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Whenever I've heard Dan Deacon before I've thought that his stuff's just like the "where's the ice-cream" bit on Nathan Barley only worse, and without the element of parody. To be honest, this 12" isn't quite as bad as I was expecting and I'm sort of enjoying it on some weird level. The first one's sort of like Lightning Bolt playing synths over Klaus Dinger beats but saturated with ...

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Ltd yellow vinyl 12\" on Carpark.

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Dan Deacon/ Adventure by Dan Deacon/ Adventure
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6/10 Brett Staff review, 19 February 2009
Whenever I've heard Dan Deacon before I've thought that his stuff's just like the "where's the ice-cream" bit on Nathan Barley only worse, and without the element of parody. To be honest, this 12" isn't quite as bad as I was expecting and I'm sort of enjoying it on some weird level. The first one's sort of like Lightning Bolt playing synths over Klaus Dinger beats but saturated with milk from the numpty cow. I dunno, I know loads of people really love this guy and I can't imagine them being disappointed with this.. I'll stick with Deacon Blue though. Adventure contribute a hi-NRG 8-bit disco Crystal Castles sort of tune (ruining Blade Runner forever with sample use that's bang out of order) and a final track which is actually dead good fun, despite on the surface being as annoying as everything else on this yellow vinyl discypoo.

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