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Delinquency

V-Twin Delinquency Domino

V-Twin





Delinquency (Domino)







In real life Domino's answer to the Jesus & Mary Chain, everything

seems to have gone a bit weird around at V-Twin's house. The cover of this

record features a man in shades playing the bongos. Inside, V-Twin have

given over one of their traditionally scuzzy bursts of lo-fi rock'n'roll to a

host of 'name' remixers. Jagz Kooner (of Primal Scream/Regular

Fries
fame) turns it into a pulsating Suicide freak-out, while

Gareth Jones (of, er, Depeche Mode fame) doesn't really do much. On

the other side, though, you get Adam & Eve (aka Neil and

Jennifer from Royal Trux) 'remixing' the song to such a radical and

brilliant extent that you suspect they've just re-recorded the song with them on

it. Good idea.







James Oldham

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