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Album Review

Formerly El Guapo on Dischord Records, Supersystem offers up electro-dance-funk on Always Never Again, their debut full length on Touch & Go Records. Where El Guapo explored the areas of free jazz and post-rock leanings, Supersystem dives into the depths of electronic beats and keyboards with talk-rap rants with some organics attached. The first half of Always Never Again seems to lean more toward extended electro-dance tracks, laying down a heavy dance vibe with steady repetitive parts. The last half of the record is where Supersystem seems to hit their stride and let the musicians flex their muscles a bit. Supersystem seems to shine when they get to the world elements of the music — tracks like the spastic soca of "Click-Click," the syncopated, guitar-driven "Miracles," and the West African vibe of "The Love Story." At times on Always Never Again, the vocals can be distracting, and a touch annoying, pulling the listener from the interesting music that is being laid down. Always Never Again is a decent debut and, hopefully, Supersystem, in the tradition of El Guapo, will continue to further explore musical possibilities on their next record.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Supersystem, comprised of Justin Destroyer, Pete Cafarella, and Rafael Cohen, was formerly known as El Guapo when on Dischord Records. Adding drummer Joshua Blair (Orthrelm) to the dance mix, Supersystem penned new tracks and released the Born into the World/Defcon single on their new label, Touch and Go. Always Never Again, Supersystem's full-length debut, was released in April 2005. The band returned to the studio quickly, collaborating with producer Jonathan Kreinik for their second album, A Million...
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