Apollo 440

Electro Glide in Blue

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A more satisfying album than their previous Sony effort, Electro Glide in Blue sees Apollo 440 moving closer to straight-ahead techno and away from commercial pop, a good move considering the electronic atmosphere of the times. Whether it's the Sony Playstation video-game track "Rapid Racer" or an incredibly well-done duet with former Associates vocalist Billy Mackenzie on "Pain in Any Language," Apollo 440 proves they're no strangers to the dancefloor.

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