Two Lone Swordsmen ‎– A Virus With Shoes

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Warp Records ‎– WAP126CD, Warp Records ‎– WAP126
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CD, EP
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Tracklist

1 Brother Foster Through The Phones 4:23
2 Confessions Of A Justified Sinner 3:00
3 Kist 3:43
4 It Hits 4:04
5 Cloned Christ On A Hover Donkey (Be Thankful) 4:14
6 Celcus Speaks The Truth 5:25
7 Palais Munich 4:53
8 Our Kid's Berwick 2:16

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Credits

Notes

Track 4 contains samples of 'Prodigal Son' by Electronic (courtesy of Parlophone Records).

Written, produced mixed at The Rotters Golf Club.
Published by MCA Music (except track 4, MCA / Warner-Chappell / Polygram Music).

P 1999 Warp Records Limited
C 1999 Warp Records Limited
Made In England

Released in clear tray jewel case with stiff card insert.
Second cat# is found on the tray insert.
Zomba distribution code only to be found on sticker (back cover).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021603 126022
  • Barcode (String): 5021603126022
  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): WAP126CD · MASTERED BY DOCDATA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LA31

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Falmer4All

Falmer4All

April 10, 2004

Yet another quality production from our friends Weatherall and Tenniswood...as above, agreed! Not a duff track in sight! Always been a firm Weatherall fan as DJ and producer...althought admittedly he did lose me a bit on the Sabresonics album. This is another quality piece of music from the chaps - imaginative samples and some great (almost hip-hop style) drumbeats layered with some incredibly addictive synths and rolling basslines....my only disappointment is that they didn't stay in the studio and top this one up to full album length - 1 hour of this would make it a desert island disk.
Khayem

Khayem

September 23, 2002
At little over 30 mins for 6 tracks, this perhaps in more like the mini-albums/ EPs that you expect from indie guitar bands than an album proper. In many ways, this ploughs a similar furrow to contemporary 2LS stuff like "A Bag of Blue Sparks" and the more recent "Tiny Reminders", yet it shouldn't be ignored and a solid piece of electronica. The opening 2 tracks merge seamlessly and set the trend for a dystopian soundtrack - imagine "Angel Heart" set in Newcastle! Stand outs are "Brother Foster..." & Bernard Sumner-sampling "It Hits" and title of the year surely must go to "Cloned Christ on a Hover Donkey (Be Thankful)" but in all honesty, not a duff track in sight.