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|1.||"Manifesto Balearico" (6:25)|
|2.||"Palmy Days" (4:48)|
|1.||"Got Headphones?" (5:01)|
|2.||"OK Goodnight!" (5:07)|
Over the years, we've become accustomed to hearing Bottin push the boundaries of sleazy, analogue-rich nu-disco and revivalist late-night Italo. On this edit outing he successfully switches focus, delivering four re-rubs of a suitably Balearic persuasion. After opening with the huggable grooves, dreamy chords and hushed spoken word vocals of "Manifesto Balearico", the Italian producer brilliantly dubs out some slap-bass-propelled post-disco oddity ("2 Palmy Days"), before reworking a suitably cheeky chunk of Italo-disco/sleazy synth-pop eccentricity (the ace "Got Headphones"). To finish things off, he offers up "OK! Goodnight!", a fine fusion of glassy-eyed female vocal snippets and what sounds like replayed sections from Steve Miller Band's "Abracadabra".
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