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Essen's own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums, all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you're used to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished basement.
|A3.||Throwback (album cut)||04:37|
|A4.||Shit iz Real||01:02|
|B1.||(Forgotten Intro) 4 my peeps||03:14|
|B3.||You Can't Groove||04:24|
|B4.||To the Beat Interloot||00:48|
|C2.||Kilometer Disco||Max Graef||04:47|
|D1.||One for Viktor||04:37|
|D2.||Long Live Human (One for Sveta)||02:43|
|D3.||A Bit Warmer||05:43|
|D4.||Brother T (Greeting to Rasho)||01:30|
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