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16-08-2015, 06:18
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Von Sudenfed - Tromatic Reflexxions (2007)

Artist: Von Sudenfed
Title Of Album: Tromatic Reflexxions
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Domino
Genre: Electronic,Alternative, Post-Punk
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Tracks: 12
Total Time: 00:49:06
Total Size: 124 / 407 MB

01. Von Sudenfed - Fledermaus Can't Get It (03:56)
02. Von Sudenfed - The Rhinohead (04:16)
03. Von Sudenfed - Flooded (04:46)
04. Von Sudenfed - Family Feud (04:28)
05. Von Sudenfed - Serious Brainskin (03:53)
06. Von Sudenfed - Speech Contamination/German Fear of Osterreich (03:59)
07. Von Sudenfed - The Young the Faceless and the Codes (04:34)
08. Von Sudenfed - Duckrog (02:46)
09. Von Sudenfed - Chicken Yiamas (02:36)
10. Von Sudenfed - That Sound Wiped (06:05)
11. Von Sudenfed - Jbak Lois Lane (02:56)
12. Von Sudenfed - Dearest Friends (04:44)

Mark E. Smith teamed up with Mouse on Mars and made an album of their signature dance music with besotted crypto-screeds atop. Sacrifices had to be made here – for Mouse on Mars, the removal of a unifying melodic theme to make room for the vocals, and for Smith, the omission of a hired-hand band to terrorize and berate. Sounds like it was easier all around, particularly if there was no actual studio contact between the two parties (weirder stuff has happened). Both parties come together and give you what you paid for, with no surprises, provided that what you paid for was More Songs About Royalty and Piss (“Flooded” remains the favorite here … wear a raincoat, and bring a video camera for some quick online ca$h).

Seriously, Tromatic Reflexxions is a great record for all of the reasons you might suspect – unless you don’t like MoM, or MES, or either, because two wrongs are not gonna make a right, especially here – but it’s hardly the first time the Fall’s mouthpiece has been tapped out for the politics of dancing. Mouse on Mars grabbed him in 2004 for their “Wipe That Sound” remixes, which precipitated Von Sudenfed’s very existence. Flash back to the late ‘90s, when electronica outfit D.O.S.E. grabbed one of Mark E.’s vocals and created the track “Inch,” pairing the Ludd up with the sort of beats that exaggerated the Fall’s lost decade of techno-pop and often insipid, fuck-with-the-fans mentality that rattled loose in his own private breakdown lane. We’re omitting past collaborations with the Sham-en, Bez, Stereo MCs, Sugar Bear, or Rick James, too, mostly because they never happened.

Ultimately, what Von Sudenfed proves is the benefit of interchangeability within both sides of the group dynamic. Mark E. Smith should insert himself – yes, even forcefully – into more groups’ sounds, and likewise, Mouse on Mars oughta find more vocalists to experiment with. Moreso the former than the latter; I want an option to include MES on any recorded music, randomly generated from banks of verse and chorus a thousand phrases deep. That way he could keep going long after his sagging body gives out, and, without the burden of existence, can aspire to all of the idiosyncrasies his literary dump has thumbprinted on the counterculture’s forehead for lo these three decades.

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