Resilience - Kid 606
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  • Summary: Miguel Trost Depedro's latest electronica release is a departure for him, as each track is more focused than on previous releases.
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  1. 80
    A welcome drop in intensity. [Oct 2005, p.102]
  2. It's a collection of simple but warped electronic pop music, where Kid606 spins a tight hook into five or six minutes of chugging or swinging bliss. No more, no less.
  3. 80
    It all suggests a sea change in attitude. [Sep 2005, p.114]
  4. It doesn't have the edginess of the Kid's previous recordings, and cloaks its eclectic sense of play in tasteful, textured layers, but in so doing achieves a consistency that has previously been lacking.
  5. This unassuming record certainly deserves as much attention as [his] former big noise. [Sep 2005, p.116]
  6. [He] flips his hip-hop, rave and reggae on their head, using them to produce cute, beautiful tracks rather than ear-shattering junglist uproar. [20 Aug 2005, p.58]
  7. Resilience is the most mom-friendly album that's ever been released under the Kid 606 moniker.

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