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Gang Gang Dance / Saint Dymphna
Album:Saint Dymphna Collection:General
Artist:Gang Gang Dance Added:10/2008
Label:The Social Registry 

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Add Date:2009-03-15 Pull Date:2009-05-17 Charts:RPM/Electronica
Week Ending:17 May10 May26 Apr19 Apr29 Mar22 Mar
Airplays:221211

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2.Fri, 05 Feb 16:DJ Muscat
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3.Wed, 27 Jan 16:aandreaa
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6.Fri, 13 Mar 15:DJ Muscat
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Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2009-01-04 
Electro madness that overall qualifies the “D”: lots of dance beats present, but mostly submerged beneath heavy treatments and complexities. Previous works were noisier, fit in with electronoise. This is more accessible and musical, plain interesting. Afro funk figures high in a lot of the tracks (“tribal”). Unique female vocal stylings, desperate (Bjorky I guess). Incorporates organic instruments, congas, guitars. Very varied and excellent.

1) Tomita 70’s “trippy” synth intro, a tribal heavy percussion in front, with soaring and tripped out swirling melodies and tones (BLENDS INTO NEXT TRACK)
2) a techno’ish dance beat appears out of the tribal of the previous, guitars and female vocals appear, would play well with previous track
3) heavy, sultry hip grinding slow dance beat, dark, blends into next track but not entirely committed
4) slow dreamy heavy My Bloody Valentine feel, pretty
5) sythn brass, tribal but electro, subtle beat, not over the head, complex
6) kind of a swallowed house techno beat just trying to claw to the surface under loads of trippiness, female vocs, cool shit
7) house, with female vocals, very pop and the most “normal” clearly “dance” track yet
8) brief trippy synth, no beat, an intro of sorts to the next track
9) almost mathy prog electro-rock, with a strange dub echo thrown in, very cool, complex, vocals figure in clearly in a “songlike” structure (i.e. versus and a chorus)
10) really lovely tribal hip grinding hypnotic chill electro (comes out of previous track nicely)

Track Listing
1.Bebey 6.Inner Pace
2.First Communion 7.Afoot
3.Blue Nile 8.House Jam
4.Vacuum 9.Interlude (No Known Home)
5.Princes (Feat. Tinchy Stryder) 10.Desert Storm
 11.Dust