It's not been that long since the last Bambounou outing on 50 Weapons but Jeremy Guindo-Zegiestowski is at it once again with this precise two tracker of gold-standard hybrid cuts that feed off techno before mixing it up with a curious DNA that is all his own. "Ignition" takes a dub techno chord and makes it bounce and roll at a skewed angle while the rest of the track seems to be focused on charging ahead. "Take It Out On Me" is less convoluted with its staunch techno focus, all thick, thudding kick and cyclical patterns of robotic chatter, but there's still plenty of room for some quirky breakdowns and fills in amongst the more delineated fare.
They say that the editor's cut is final, and with this debut re-edit compilation, who are we to argue? It's apparent from the outset that this release is firmly in the party pleasing, housed up end of the re-edit spectrum. Nothing wring with that though, as sing-along anthem "Ai No Korrida" gets a tough boot up the backside by Buzz Compass, "Party Now!" brings some '70s party sunshine courtesy of Alien Disco Sugar and A Taste Of Honey's mighty "Boogie Oogie Oogie" gets subtly tweaked to perfection by VinylAddicted.