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The Qemists - Stompbox



The Qemists Stompbox
The Qemists - Stompbox / When Ur Lonely
(12"), Ninja Tune ZEN12196, 2005-06-18

Tracklisting :
A1. Stompbox
B1. When Ur Lonely

Link :
myspace.com/qemists


12" Artwork:


Press Release :
Following the success of their limited edition debut 12” on Ninja Tune, ‘Iron Shirt' b/w ‘Let There Be Light' – The Qemists return with their first full release on the award winning imprint, and their most outlandish tracks yet.

'STOMP BOX' – I just know you're going to love this; the Qemists break new ground once more, feeding heavy rock through a d&b blueprint. With the catchiest of riffs, puncturing drums, ridiculous fills and of course flawless production. The reaction on the dance floors to this one right now is immense.

'WHEN UR LONELY' – A captivating vocal accompanied by the most hallucinogenic music makes this a truly mesmerizing track, that shows once and for all why these guys are without a doubt going to be a force to be reckoned with in the not too distant future.

High profile remixes and a debut artist album to come later in the year.
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