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Hexstatic - Red Laser Beam / Roll Over



Red Laser Beam
Hexstatic - Red Laser Beam / Roll Over
(12") Ninja Tune ZEN12197, 2007-06-11

Tracklisting zencds197p (promo CD) :
01. Roll Over (radio edit)
02. Red Laser Beam (album version)
03. Roll Over (extended)
04. Red Laser Beam (extended)
05. Tokyo Traffic (extended)
06. Bust (extended)

Tracklisting zen12197 (12 inch) :
A1. Red Laser Beam (extended)
A2. Tokyo Traffic (extended)
B1. Roll Over (extended)
B2. Roll Over (extended instrumental)
B3. Roll Over (acapella)

Press Release :
Hexstatic are back! With "When Robots Go Bad" the audiovisual masters have produced their most satisfying audio set yet and this double A-side single is the first taste of it.

A building, growing epic, "Roll Over" features the remarkable vocals of Sabirajade, a newcomer who is set to cause much havoc with a voice that evokes real heart and soul. "Red Laser Beam," meanwhile, is more tooled up for the dancefloor, ramming punk rock guitar up against next level electronics and B-movie sci-fi.

Ever the men for maximum value, Hexstatic have also included two other tracks on this muscle-bound EP, all extended work-outs of album tracks. "Tokyo Traffic" sounds like the best video game you've never played (a Japanese 'Frogger' perhaps?) and "Bust" is the kind of cut-up, deconstructed computer boogie that'll have you popping and locking round your front room like you're twelve again.

Hextstatic are best known for their amazing work in the Audio-Visual field, from pioneering early experiments to their hilarious, exhilarating live shows of the last few years. "Roll Over" shows they can make great music, too. Simple as that. Control-Alt-BOOM.
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