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Nancy FortuneThe Secret Life Of Nancy Fortune

Label:Viewlexx – V12/14
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro

Tracklist

A1Them3:20
A2Analogically Reacting4:19
B1Electric Signal4:22
B2First Operation4:16
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Copyright & publishing: Hotmix 2001.
Limited test issue.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): 08 47168 20 1A1 V 12/14
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side B): 08 47168 20 1B1 V 12/14

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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The Secret Life Of Nancy Fortune (4×File, ALAC, Reissue)ViewlexxV12/14NetherlandsUnknown

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Jarren
"Them" is clearly the standout track, and is A1 for good reason. The main selling point is a dry, rolling bassline. Mororder style, but very understated. A big, rasping riff enters around the 2:40 mark but then the track inexplicably fades 30 seconds later. Quite bizarre. Why no more music?

Nancy put Analogically Reacting on her 2009 album Crystallised for good reason, it's very indicative of her overall sound around this classic period.

Electric Signal is my personal favourite of the four. For reference, listen to "What's Happening" from Inner landscapes - The Gospel According To The Women In White and "Silicon Valley" from Jyl - Jyl. Not forgetting of course Alden Tyrell - Disco Lunar Module.

I'm not too sure about the mid-section of Electric Signal (a rather tense held key which goes on a little too long), but I can forgive it as it returns to the ice cold melody eventually.

First Operation is regrettably quite forgettable.

FINAL SCORE

70%