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  • Summary: Jack Dangers recorded this brief album under his own name (rather than as Meat Beat Manifesto) as part of the "Series 7" collection of albums, which require artists to record seven songs in a period of seven days.
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  1. Dangers' music remains remarkably fresh and adventurous. [June 2002, p.80]
  2. Though Variaciones Espectrales might be too noisy to work as background music for some listeners and too experimental for the dancefloor, it's another accomplished, fascinating slice of sound/beats exploration from this consistently pioneering artist.
  3. Sample heavy numbers like "No Secrets No Surprises" would have been standards of Coldcut mixes ten years ago. [#219, p.77]
  4. It's a hypnotic mid-paced but hard-sounding beast which yields more with each play. [June 2002, p.112]
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