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Compilation alert! It's a 17 track behemoth on the I, Absentee label. Limited to just 250 copies in black and white digipacks (ie 125 are white and 125 are black)... we have a handful of each but don't get any fancy ideas and start asking me stupid questions about wanting a purple one or something cos that will totally wind me up and I'll have to stop what I'm doing, come down to your house and sm ...

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Ltd comp CD edition of 250 on I, Absentee Records.

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Birth Certificate by Milieu, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Goudron, Various
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 14 May 2008
Compilation alert! It's a 17 track behemoth on the I, Absentee label. Limited to just 250 copies in black and white digipacks (ie 125 are white and 125 are black)... we have a handful of each but don't get any fancy ideas and start asking me stupid questions about wanting a purple one or something cos that will totally wind me up and I'll have to stop what I'm doing, come down to your house and smash your face off. It's that kind of small trivial event that can ruin an otherwise perfect day for me. Anyway 'Birth Certificate' has 17 tracks from folks like Goudron, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Milieu, Power Pill Fist, Mothercrotch and lots lots more. Mothercrotch.... Anyhoo it's on the electronica/ electro tip and I enjoyed it when I was played in the office and that can only be a good thing.

10/10 David Heavener Customer review,

This is quite a tasty collection of tracks. A bit of electro here, a bit of idm there, and a splash of rock/synthpop/experimental tracks thrown in for good measure. Overall I'd give this cd a 8.5/10, it has a few tracks that stood out more than others, but they are all unique and interesting. Favorite tracks for me would have to be Neon Tetra's 'Drowning' with it's dark slow space glide, the acidic jungle groove of The Red Falcon Projects 'Snowfields', Dorosoto's drugged up take on Black Moth Super Rainbow, Milieu's deeply hazey 'Autumn fog lifts', and the nostalgic dreaminess of Tobacco's 'On a puffy black day'. But, they're all good, so choosing favorites is sort of an endless decision. Check it out for yourself and decide.


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