11 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Packed with cameos from Q-Tip, The Charlatans' Tim Burgess, and Bloc Party's Kele Okereke, 2005's Push the Button was the Chems' most song-oriented effort to date. Exhibit A: "Galvanize," a rousing hip-house number that’s powerful enough to shout along to. Tackling winsome alt-rock, steely dance-punk, and even Bollywood breaks, the duo bend all manner of styles to their will, and on cuts like the flamenco-infused funk of "Shake Break Bounce," the results are truly out of this world.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Packed with cameos from Q-Tip, The Charlatans' Tim Burgess, and Bloc Party's Kele Okereke, 2005's Push the Button was the Chems' most song-oriented effort to date. Exhibit A: "Galvanize," a rousing hip-house number that’s powerful enough to shout along to. Tackling winsome alt-rock, steely dance-punk, and even Bollywood breaks, the duo bend all manner of styles to their will, and on cuts like the flamenco-infused funk of "Shake Break Bounce," the results are truly out of this world.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
14 Ratings
14 Ratings
2shoog ,

Not ANYTHING like Exit Planet Dust...which is not a "good" thing.

I loved many songs and still liked the rest on EPD. This doesn't sound ANYTHING like techno. It's NOT a techno/electronica cd but more like a new album by a new artist which may be what they went for...except they left their FANS out of their line-up. I like one song but if you didn't know who it was you'd never think/guess it was TCB's

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