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Customer Reviews

For hardcore fans only

If you didn't like "For Screening Purposes Only" then you will not like this at all. In general i really like this record. There are 2 too many remixes of circle square triangle, but that was their big single so what do you expect? The highlights here are Whats Your Damage? where the guitars are replaced with a synth line and electronic drums that are so 80's-tastic that you immediately want to go watch the breakfast club...The version of Catch it gtakes all the best elements from the original and puts it ibnto a pretty sinister sounding hip hop track...and the new mix of pull the lever is pure collage genius. The rest of it is pretty standard remix techno fare. The version of boa vs. python though is comically lacking any edge.

Biography

Formed: 2004

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

With a goofy name and a sound that spans noise, metal, dance-punk, and pop, London's Test Icicles formed in 2004 out of a group of friends who made up spur-of-the-moment bands and played impromptu gigs. Before arriving in London, Florida-born Sam Merrann moved to Australia at age seven and played in metal and punk bands; Smashing Pumpkins and Slipknot fan Devonte Hynes was born in Texas and moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, as a child; and native Briton Rory Aggwelt moved to London to attend art school....
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