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  Armadillo In The Snow  
  Primitive Painter  
  Dead Digital  
Release Date:
  November of 2002  
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After much thought and a few back-to-back-to-back listens, I simply cannot find any reason why anyone should own this CD. Weak, recycled electro-warbles, bells, and samples wrapped around repetitive house beats with a poorly conceived and equally executed twist-up of a Tony Blair speech thrown in for good measure, there’s just nothing compelling or necessary about the disc. If mixed into a mindless expanse of rave-up dance-a-thon it might be lost in the obscurity of its own mediocrity, but as a discreet musical artifact it is pointless. Skip it.

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