Having used the success of their Plus Club CD as a platform to rebroadcast their debut long-player Future Mix at the tail end of 2001, intercontinental techno creators Amil Khan and Charles Siegling, based in Hong Kong and Paris respectively, hook back up with an album which revisits some of their best work to date. Having tackled half the track listing themselves, the pair draft in some Technasia fans to rework some of their other material. Emotional techno is very much in evidence, the boys' own take on their drifting piano which embellishes the rattling breakbeat punches of "Force" radically different from Claude Young's version that mechanizes both piano and vocal into an emotive chime which battles with a tonal swell of static, the kick drum the only element not to be corrupted by the mix. The brand new sweeping two-minute Global Communicative "Millenniums" completes an awesome package.
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