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|1.||"Kenny Dub Headband" (9:47)|
|2.||"Ambient Rab" (3:39)|
|1.||"Going Down" (7:28)|
|2.||"Dub Shine" (4:32)|
|1.||"Another Bird" (10:57)|
|2.||"Le Wasuk" (repress) (2:26)|
|1.||"Le Wasuk" (6:52)|
|2.||"Lovehunter Dub" (4:37)|
When it comes to production, the Idjut Boys are at their best when they let their dub influences run free. It's why their early, spaced-out deep house releases remain and high demand, and why Versions - a thoroughly dubbed-out re-imagining of their so-so 2012 set, Cellar Door - is arguably their most enjoyable album to date. Presumably put together while exceedingly high, the album's seven re-titled alternate takes flit between glistening Balearic dub (the 11-minute, gently evolving journey that is "Another Bird"), thrillingly percussive, Afro-and-rock tinged dub disco ("Lovehunter Dub", "Le Wasuk"), undulating dancefloor epics (the echo-laden piano and chugging rhythms of "Kenny Dub Headband") and the kind of drowsy ambient fare that recalls the finest Fila Brazilia productions ("Ambient Rab").
Mike Misiu, Felix Dickinson, Gaetano Battista, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Manu Archeo, Martin Haberland, Lexis (Music Is My Sanctuary), Nick Anthony Simoncino, Eddie C, KevinTsuba, Richard Zepezauer (RZ-1), JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Steve Lee, Jamie Fatneck, Terrence Pearce
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