Radical Connector - Mouse on Mars
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  • Summary: The German elecronica duo of Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner are back with their first LP in three years, combining distorted vocals and samples with their glitchy yet melodic--and sometimes even humorous--instrumentation.
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  1. This may not be Mouse on Mars' most ambitious albums, but it's among the group's most successful -- it's not at all difficult to feel a connection to this truly intelligent dance music.
  2. Sexy robot vocals slip and slide all over juicy squeals, raindrop plops, and jungle-thick beats. [20/27 Aug 2004, p.124]
  3. Stimulating dance music with infectious grooves. [#7]
  4. Despite its flaws, Connector stands as one of their best.
  5. The German duo has hitched its busy beats to big-ass melodies. [28 Oct 2004, p.100]
  6. The act's most melodic and accessible album of its career.
  7. A fitful and languishing affair whose best moments will have you yearning for more, while the worst may leave some listeners wondering what they were doing here in the first place. [#248, p.59]

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