The Treehouse + The Cave

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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Thunder, Lightning, Strike

Go Team

I've had The Go! Team's debut LP Thunder, Lightning, Strike on my iPod for a few weeks now, and until yesterday I had fallen into the habit of old favorites, unwilling to give something new a try. I was wrong however, and shouldn't have slept on this.

Like an addictive saccharine mixture of Lemon Jelly, The Avalanches, Le Tigre and Soulwax, this record just begs to be played while happily running through foreign airports. It's fun while not abandoning intelligence. Recommended.

Via Gillian

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