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|1.||"Plant Lilies At My Head"|
|2.||"Court Of Devotion"|
|2.||"Children Of A Lesser God"|
|2.||"The Seasons Won't Change (& Neither Will You)"|
|1.||"Wake The Night"|
|2.||"Rites Of The Wild"|
Hinted at it in transmissions from Blackest Ever Black for some time now, the chance to grasp the debut album from Tropic Of Cancer will be greeted greedily by the group's fans. Those intoxicated by Tropic Of Cancer releases thus far for Downwards, Mannequin and Blackest Ever Black will not be disappointed one iota by Restless Idylls, an eight track album recorded solely by Lobo in LA and subsequently graced with production work from Regis. Indeed it's the Downwards boss who teases extra emotive levels out of TOC gems such as "Children Of A Lesser God" whose central synth motif takes on whole new consuming levels of psychedelia here in comparison to the version that originally featured on last year's EP I Feel Nothing. Its factors such as this that lend the album a shining clarity that separates Restless Idylls from previous Tropic Of Cancer releases and ensures its an album likely to feature in those end of year lists.
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