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  1. Vut

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  2. Viran

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    Meeting of the Minds, the proper studio follow-up to 's Main Street People, wasn't a big seller trichabfrandinteofredgennueneygildazzcar.xyzinfo production failed to capitalize on the group's chemistry, offering songs that were formulaic and stale. The hokey "One Chain Don't Make No Prison" starts off promisingly, with a searing guitar riff, but then a weak set of lyrics tests Levi Stubbs' credibility.
  3. Shaktikasa

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    Theater Of A Confused Mind. Stellar 2nd album of Detroit techno sci-fi from Terrence Dixon's Population One avatar. Arriving a mere 20 years since his Population One debut, 'Unknown Black Shapes' - whose follow-up EP, 'Hippnotic Culture' coincidentally inspired Rush Hour's moniker - we're made privy to Dixon's most intimate, noirish portrayal of a psyche in eight tracks traversing .
  4. Dikus

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    Theater Of A Confused Mind is his second full-length as Population One, following ’s Unknown Black Shapes. Samples of all eight tracks can be heard on Rush Hour’s website, while album opener.
  5. Mozil

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    The album came out in the Northern Hemisphere spring of (a full decade before the summer of ’66) – if Elvis wasn’t ahead of his time on this one, then at least let’s agree all he laid.
  6. Daisho

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  7. Vimi

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    Theater Of A Confused Mind is a powerful statement from Dixon, expanding on the sci-fi themes of previous Population One material and posing several cryptic questions. Dixon's own voice introduces the album on "Out Of Control" and as matters progress those trademark queasy lines of melody begin to take control - "Inner City Circus" being a stand out of this set.
  8. JoJozuru

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    Dancefloor and Techno No less than twenty years on since his debut LP Unknown Black Shapes, Detroit legend Terrence Dixon dons his Population One guise once again for his second full-length .

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