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Now Dekorder indulge themselves in a set of bastardised mangled late-'60s/early-'70s easy listening from Andy Pekler which in print sounds atrocious but believe me, this is sounding super interesting!! So in many ways this tapped album comes across more like a cosmic ambient record made by Leyland Kirby then released by Trunk - there's a lot of pitching and backwards masking occurring that makes for a bizarrely alien and disorientating experience that is nevertheless quite soothing in a curious fashion. I couldn't begin to explain how drowsy and whacked-out this mind-altering record is, how a music that was once schmaltzy and whimsical can become so psychotropic and bonged-out. There's real skill in the way Pekler has reactivated and morphed this old music into something quite otherworldly not to mention utterly intoxicating. A real hearty surprise!
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