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|2.||"Officer's Club" (4:26)|
|3.||"Het Go" (5:32)|
|1.||"Ghetto Blast Ya" (4:31)|
|2.||"I Can Phil It" (4:53)|
|3.||"Power Press" (4:36)|
|1.||"L Tronic" (5:19)|
|3.||"Don't Fuck Around" (4:20)|
If you really want to get technical, Luke Vibert has pretty much released on every respected UK label since the mid 1990's. From Warp, to Mo Wax and now even Hypercolour, the veteran electronic pioneer has had a star-studded career. In more recent years, Planet Mu has also released pleanty of his goodness, and Vibert now returns to the imprint with a new album, Bizarster. The only way to describe this collection of tracks is that they are simply the product of many years in the game and millions of hours spent breathing many different genres and styles in. From "Knockout", an odd broken beat-grime hybrid, to the deep house vibe of "Officer's Club", and the trip hop swing on "I Can Phil It", this is an LP for anyone who is in to the UK's electronic dynasty. There's a little bit of everything in there, a collection of Vibert's journeys throughout the years.
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