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  • Summary: The six-track EP from the Scottish post-rock band includes three songs from Rave Tapes remixed by Blanck Mass, Nils Frahm and Pye Corner as well as three new songs.
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  • Record Label: Rock Action
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Post-Rock, Experimental Rock, Space Rock
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  1. 75
    As brief as it is, and as unadventurous as the remixes are, Music Industry 3 Fitness Industry 1 may just be the mouthful of Mogwai nourishment needed by those left wanting more after Rave Tapes.
  2. Jan 23, 2015
    The results are more intriguing than a mere collection of odds 'n' sods or remixes.
  3. Dec 23, 2014
    Rather than feel tacked-on incongruities, the three Rave Tapes remixes found on the EP’s second half provide a welcome, unpredictably outré counterpoint to the linear songs heard on the first.
  4. 60
    Opener ‘Teenage Exorcists’ really would have been an awkward fit on ‘Rave Tapes’, a rare vocal-led effort with the enveloping guitar of shoegaze and REM’s anthemic tenderness. More plausible is the idea that ‘History Day’ and ‘HMP Shaun William Ryder’ were left off the album because they’re basically Mogwai-by-numbers. Of the remixes, Fuck Buttons’ Ben Power, trading as Blanck Mass, triumphs.
  5. Dec 23, 2014
    There’s no real question that Music Industry 3 Fitness Industry 1 is only really going to be of interest to the diehards--the remixes in particular--but it’s a sign of the band’s confidence in their recent material that they saw fit to put out these Rave Tapes misfits in the first place
  6. Feb 11, 2015
    With three unreleased songs and three remixes, it’s not so much of an extension of their latest long-player as it is a way to color in the gaps between the Scottish (mostly) instrumental band’s old sound and their new sound.
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