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|1.||"On 7 Mile All Night" (5:12)|
|2.||"Beautiful Jerusalem" (5:34)|
|2.||"8th Chance" (3:10)|
|1.||"Dexter & Joy At Night" (4:53)|
|2.||"Reporting From Detroit" (4:38)|
|1.||"Music Box" (4:42)|
|2.||"Star Garden" (4:02)|
|1.||"Electronic Travellers" (4:10)|
|1.||"Growth & Development" (4:44)|
Detroit techno originator Terrence Dixon serves up another of his stunning albums on Rush Hour after making us all wait seven years since the last one. That one, Theatre of a Confused Mind, was as Population One, this one is under his own name, and it is another exploration of afro-futurist techno that could only come from the Motor City. The drums hit hard, but there is always soul in the synths. 'Reporting From Detroit' brings street-level angst and tension where 'Star Garden' explores the cosmos above, while moments of deep self-reflection are encouraged, nay mandatory, during tracks like 'Growth & Development.'
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