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Boomkat Product Review:
Following on from the stylistic departure that was the uber-limited "Wrong Meeting Part I" boxset, Two Lone Swordsmen continue to evolve into something encroaching on a traditional band format. Building layers of guitars, vocals and krautrock-infused melodies over a bedrock of electronic beats, there's a clear post-punk theme running through the album, with the austere sounds of Joy Division and early Cure records springing to mind left, right and centre here, especially on tracks like the motorised electro-rocker 'Glories Yesterday'. 'Shack 54' is more upbeat and sounds like it could rub shoulders with the finest indie dancefloor slayers from LCD Soundsystem and !!! In its darker moments, you'll be able to detect a certain industrial quality to 'Born Bad/Born Beautiful', suggestive of a bit of a Nine Inch Nails influence if that's not too uncool a statement. From even further out of leftfield there's 'Hey Deborah Anne' an idiosyncratic take on rockabilly posturing - quite bizarre and quite brilliant. The album closes on the more experimental 'Lose Control Of Yourself' which once again sees Weatherall and Tenniswood very successfully dipping into Joy Division's distinctive oeuvre.