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Handcream for a Generation

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Download links and information about Handcream for a Generation by Cornershop. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:00:49 minutes.

Artist: Cornershop
Release date: 2002
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:00:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Heavy Soup 3:21
2. Staging the Plaguing of the Raised Platform 4:35
3. Music Plus 1 4:46
4. Lessons Learned from Rocky I to Rocky III 4:24
5. Wogs Will Walk 4:53
6. Motion the 11 5:45
7. People Power 3:54
8. Sounds Super Recordings 1:30
9. The London Radar 4:07
10. Spectral Mornings 14:24
11. Slip the Drummer One 3:41
12. Heavy Soup (Outro) 2:13
13. Untitled 3:16

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In the half decade since When I Was Born For The 7th Time, Tjinder Singh and Ben Ayers seem to have taken in even more influences and flavors, which they waste no time reverse engineering and re-creating. The dance club vibe is heavy as ever here: in pure disco form, complete with pulsating bass lines, strings, and laser beam synths (“People Power,” “The London Radar”); in a global mash stew (India meets Africa on “Sounds Super Recordings,” Bhangra joy lights up a hippie commune on “Spectral Mornings”); and with an affectionate nod to rock ’n’ roll (“Lessons Learned from Rocky I to III” is topped off with a ‘70s boogie-rock guitar glaze). Just as “Brimful of Asha” confounded with its mysterious title/refrain, the tongue-twisting “Staging the Plaguing of the Raised Platform” rides atop a similarly undulant groove and singing along is mandatory, though you may wonder what the heck you’re singing about. Throw in the dub spice of “Motion the 11,” the vintage soul-funk of “Wogs Will Walk,” and the perfectly balanced, Cornershop mash that is “Heavy Soup,” and you’ve got heaven on a dance floor.