12 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Electronic trickster Luke Vibert integrates a bit of all his aliases into Bizarster. He gets loopy with leftfield disco à la Kerrier District on "Officer's Club" and "I Can Phil It," plays with jazz breaks and stretched D'n'B like Plug on "Knockout" and "Doozit," and tweaks electro into distorted shapes on stand-outs like "Manalog" and the retro-raver "Ghetto Blast Ya." On the way out, the spirit of Amen Andrews manifests for ragga jungle banger "Don't F**k Around." With 12 songs and almost as many modes, the album is a mood-swinging masterpiece.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Electronic trickster Luke Vibert integrates a bit of all his aliases into Bizarster. He gets loopy with leftfield disco à la Kerrier District on "Officer's Club" and "I Can Phil It," plays with jazz breaks and stretched D'n'B like Plug on "Knockout" and "Doozit," and tweaks electro into distorted shapes on stand-outs like "Manalog" and the retro-raver "Ghetto Blast Ya." On the way out, the spirit of Amen Andrews manifests for ragga jungle banger "Don't F**k Around." With 12 songs and almost as many modes, the album is a mood-swinging masterpiece.

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