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Album Review

With Buttsqueezer, the 5000 Fingers of Dr. T have produced an interesting recording that represents an array of dance styles that saw popularity in the early '90s. Interestingly enough, the 5000 Fingers have even crafted this recording with the same synthesizers, sequencers, and drum machines, or as they say in the classical world, period instruments. The use of timbre on this recording is probably the freshest thing that Buttsqueezer has to offer; the rest of the recording, for the most part, makes use of overly used sample stabs, bleeps, and blurps that really don't fit anywhere in the sonic or compositional material of the tracks that comprise this recording. That's not to say that this isn't a good recording, it's just that listeners are left with the feeling that they've heard it all before, and that's probably because they have — somewhere in some club or some late-night party mix on the radio. Buttsqueezer actually sounds, in places, like it could have been a rough sketch for Daft Punk's 2001 release, the profoundly critical and commercially successful Discovery, only without much of a gestation period. Those who enjoy Daft Punk's Discovery period work may find some redeeming qualities in 5000 Fingers' Buttsqueezer; at the same time, those who can get passed the passé use of the compositional techniques and electronica beats and enjoy this fun recording for what it is, an uncohesive and often silly trek through '90s dance music, will truly enjoy this disc.

Buttsqueezer, 5000 Fingers Of Dr T
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  • 6,93 €
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: 05 May 2000

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