Tropic Of Cancer ‎– Permissions Of Love

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The One Left
Beneath The Light
It's All Come Undone

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MNQ 023 Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(12", Ltd) Mannequin MNQ 023 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
MNQ 023 Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(12", Ltd, RP, Whi) Mannequin MNQ 023 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
none Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(3xFile, AAC, Single) Mannequin none UK, Europe & US 2012
MNQ 023 Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(3xFile, FLAC, Single) Mannequin MNQ 023 Italy 2012
none Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(3xFile, MP3, 320) Mannequin none Italy 2012
MNQ 023 Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(12", Ltd, Num, Pur) Mannequin MNQ 023 Italy 2013 Sell This Version
MNQ 023 Tropic Of Cancer Permissions Of Love(12", RP, pur) Mannequin MNQ 023 Italy 2013 Sell This Version

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rizzo_rosario

rizzo_rosario

October 10, 2013
referencing Permissions Of Love, 12", Ltd, MNQ 023
Camella Lobo's cultish Tropic Of Cancer make a very welcome return with an exquisite 12" on Rome, Italy's Mannequin imprint. Their flawless formula of starched drum machine, plangent jangle and wrist-slitting synth romance is resolutely unchanged and that's completely fine by us. Title track 'Permissions Of Love' is achingly gorgeous, Camella's opiated glossolalia following the sanguine contours of a dystopian, droning lead synth and a nightshift drum machine pattern made for bedsits and cruising light industrial zones at 4am. On B-side, 'Beneath The Light', a tinny waltz underpins ether-hued organ set with warehouse/roadhouse reverb, and 'It's All Come Undone' slumps into deliciously blank-eyed torpor tendered by ringing ambient synth. You'll have to justify the high asking price with the fact that this is easily one of the finest artefacts from the whole modern minimal wave/bleak post-punk scene that you'll likely hear this year.

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blohmao

blohmao

August 19, 2013
referencing Permissions Of Love, 12", Ltd, MNQ 023

The song is very good, but the quality of the sound seems quite bad to me.