Mixmaster Mike - Anti-Theft Device      
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written by Philip Oliver    
Asphodel is the label that brought us the Xecutioners debut set earlier this year which amazed heads worldwide with their turntable wizardry. Now its the turn of Invisibl Scratch Piklz member Mixmaster Mike to step up to the wheels of steel and unleash his skills to the world. The most obvious difference between this and the Xecutioners release is that theres no emceeing on here at all but that don't matter cos the music speaks for itself. Like Hugz, 'Vyce Gripp' is one of my favourite tracks, the track is just so well orchestrated its unbelievable. 'Billie Klubb' starts off with some apocalyptic strings but things soon lighten up as you get further into this track. Other choice cuts include 'One minute massacre' and 'Well wicked' but to anyone who ain't sure about instrumental albums be sure to try and check this one out, you forget completely about the lack of emceeing available here. This album in itself will put to rest any doubts to anyone who doesn't consider a turntablist to be a real musician, Asphodel return triumphant again.

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