|3.||"The Call" (feat Gustaph)|
|4.||"Lotus" (album version)|
|5.||"Whistleblower" (feat Peaches)|
|6.||"Blame The World"|
|8.||"King Of The Top Floor" (feat DJ Spank Spank Of Phuture)|
|10.||"Tower Of Babel"|
|11.||"Vegas" (feat Mixhell)|
You have to admire the no-nonsense, let's-have-a-rave ethos of Belgian duo Mumbai Science. This debut album - dropping on the back of four years of impressive 12" releases for Lektroluv - offers a whirlwind trip through their robust, dancefloor-friendly influences, which range from electroclash, new beat, Belgian hardcore and acid techno, to 808 electro, the Chemical Brothers, Boys Noize and straight-up electro-house. Deja Vu is arguably well named, as it does feel like a hangover from another era, when making dance albums was just a matter of whacking together a load of confirmed dancefloor bangers. That's not a criticism, though - in fact, it's rather refreshing to hear an album free of pretention. Mumbai Science want to have fun, and we're all invited along for the ride.
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