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XP8 - X: A Decade Of Decadence (2011)

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XP8 - X: A Decade Of Decadence (2011)

Post by kok3r on 02.02.12 17:13

XP8 - X: A Decade Of Decadence (2011)

GENRE..... Electronic
STYLE..... EBM, Electro, Industrial
LABEL..... Deathwatch Asia
MODE ..... avgkbps / Joint-Stereo
REL.DATE... 02.01.2012
COUNTRY... Italy



7 brand new XP8 tracks...mastered by Kolja Trelle...with guest
vocals by STEWART WHO? and remixes of 3 classic XP8 hits by
AESTHETIC PERFECTION, AUTODAFEH and TOM NAPACK! Two years since
the experimentation of their last full-length album "Drop The
Mask", XP8 are back - back to doing what they do best: a back-
to-basics assault aimed squarely at the dancefloor. Ten years
old this year, the Italian duo sign off their first decade by
delivering what both fans and DJs have long demanded - a no-
frills return to the classic XP8-style futurepop epitomised by
the 2008 album "The Art Of Revenge". Yet this is no step back -
rather, it is a very deliberate and superbly-crafted return to
familiar musical territory. Where "Drop The Mask" pulled in
different directions, "X - A Decade Of Decadence" exhibits a
singularity of purpose: to drive the listener onto the
dancefloor.

From the bass-heavy beats of "The Wound That Won't Heal" to the
social commentary of "Burning Down" (inspired by the recent
rioting spreading across Europe) "X" delivers hit after palpable
hit - expertly mastered by the hand of Kolja Trelle of SOMAN.
The call of the rhythm has a new vigour, the production a new
polish, and the vocals of frontman Marko Resurreccion a new
power and confidence - yet retaining that distinctive plaintive
quality that recalls a young Robert Smith (were The Cure to make
dance music). This is futurepop at its finest - surely the
catchiest and most accessible work XP8 has produced to date. And
as if to underline these new-found commercial credentials, "X"
also finds XP8 reunited with STEWART WHO? - the instantly-
recognisable voice of WAYNE G's platinum-selling club-classic
"Twisted" - for the killer cut "Trip", following on from his
live collaboration on XP8's "Twisted" cover which was one of the
highlights of the Resistanz festival earlier this year.

In all, "X" delivers 7 solid club-smashers back-to-back. But the
Latin numeral "X" = 10, not 7 - and this very special release
was based from the beginning on the concept of one epic track
for every year of XP8's existence. So on top of these 7 new
tracks, XP8 also deliver brand new remixes of 3 of their biggest
club hits - "Cuttin' N' Drinkin'", "The Art Of Revenge" and "Muv
Your Dolly" - from Tom Napack (VANITY POLICE), new Dark
Dimensions signings AUTODAFEH, and scene superstars AESTHETIC
PERFECTION.

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Tracklist:
01 Bullet Hole
02 Burning Down
03 Fragility
04 Wake Up!
05 Trip (feat. Stewart Who?)
06 Decadence
07 The Wound That Won't Heal
08 Muv Your Dolly (Aesthetic Perfection Remix)
09 The Art Of Revenge (Autodafeh Remix)
10 Cuttin'n'Drinkin (Vanity Police Remix)

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