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|1.||"Warehouse" (Andrew Weatherall remix) (9:46)|
|1.||"Half-Life" (Andrew Weatherall remix) (13:50)|
|1.||"Battery" (Andrew Weatherall remix) (8:22)|
|1.||"Reactor" (Andrew Weatherall remix) (6:43)|
|2.||"Lombok" (Ian Tregoning version) (3:58)|
Here's something to raise the spirits: a double-pack containing a quartet of Andrew Weatherall remixes of "Frautonium", the opening track from Yello's largely disappointing 2016 full-length, Toy. Cannily, the former Lord Sabre has taken elements from the Swiss veterans' original version and made four varied new tracks. "Warehouse" is a trippy chunk of techno built around rubbery drums and wild electronics, while "Half-Life" is a woozy chunk of throbbing late night cosmic house. "Battery", meanwhile, laces kosmiche synths and trippy electronics over an electro-influenced new wave beat, before the gently positive "Reactor" sees him in full-on A Love From Outer Space mode. There's also a tasty bonus in the shape of a luscious ambient rework of "Lombok" by former Yello manager (and Shamen collaborator) Ian Tregoning.
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