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Various - Kash Point Album

Various - Kash Point Album

Performer: Various
Title: Kash Point
Country: UK
Catalog Number: KP CD 001
Label: Kash Point Records
Released: 2003
Style: Leftfield, Electro, Synth-pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 083

Tracklist

1Syntax & TurboBlut Es Im Schoe
Featuring – Simon Bookish
3:53
2The Most Alco-Pop
Engineered By – Andy Allder
1:55
3The BreakfastazLondon's Burning3:42
4DJ Hair ExplosionSpeak Easy (Mixed Live @ Kash Point)3:15
5BishiUniform & Armour
Co-producer – Matthew Glamorre
3:49
6Kyle ZetoScreaming Donut
Co-producer – Matthew Glamorre
3:31
7MentholUseless Riff2:34
8BaxendaleI Built This City (Radio Edit)3:58
9Lil RichardRainbow
Co-producer – Matthew Glamorre, Richard Torry
3:26
10SuperstüdioFashion Kills3:29
11KinoBlah Blah Blah
Co-producer – Matthew GlamorreFeaturing – Bishi
3:33
12The White SportScag Lover3:05
13CantankerousNight Shift3:16
14ViktorDreamy Eyes2:04
15The Twin Introducing C33XHere Come The Girls3:53
16Doris AlloyLondon Broil
Co-producer – Dave Ball, Matthew GlamorreMixed By – Ingo Vauk
3:33
17Silence Is SexyPioneer 103:16
18ReplicantDrama Addict
Featuring – Princess Julia
3:06

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Reviews (1)
Modred
This compilation by veteran promoter Matt Glamore and friends showcases the crazy electroclash mayhem of the Kash Point "club kids" scene, London, circa 2003.

Standout tracks include, "Drama Addict", a track more faithful to original mid-80's Hi-NRG you will not find, "Dreamy Eyes", and "I Built This City" . The retro production of all being almost impossible to believe in a production world where too much is now, regrettably, possible.

Baxendale's "I Built This City" deserves special mention for its its soaring harmonies, pounding beat, deadpan vocals (ala Momus/Neil Tennant) and bizarrely megalomanic falsetto chorus. Not unlike Jefferson Airplane's "We Built This City (on Rock and Roll)", Baxendale's anthem would have been No. 1 in 1986 for the sheer size of its balls alone. Musically, it predates "Left to My Own Devices" by the Pet Shop Boys, but unfortunately doesnt come close to that orchestral arrangement by Trevor Horn.

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