This is the latest instalment in a long series packed with rare original tunes that are full of killer breaks and aimed at crate diggers everywhere. Beginning with the 70s prog-horror of L'Aspagueur's "Final", we move on to the Eric-Clapton-on-The-Love-Boat-isms of Ronn Forella's "Crystials", past The Doors-esque "Moon Morning" by Armin Rusch Speilt and on to the sinister electro-funk of "Pit Sign 1" by Hiroshi Miyagawa. Other standouts here include the creepy disco of "Sci-Fi (Japan OST)" by BGM, the self-explanatory "Moog & Drums" by Kauld Wess and "Plenty Action" by Soft Touch - the only vocal track on the album.
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