Gone from the production ranks for a few years (he spent time working for MTV and on a video-game project), Neil Landstrumm returned with another LP of driving experimental techno and sub-basement level breakbeats. Based in Brooklyn, Landstrumm gathers influences from the illbient community for hip-hop trash of "Mute Hop Robo Cop" and "Wax Melts Me," and turns the title track from electro to synth pop and back courtesy of a Police sample ("Invisible Sun"). Purists need not worry: There's plenty of the patented Landstrumm crunch, he simply added a few experiments to the experimental techno.
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AllMusic Review by John Bush