Brakes - All Night Disco Party Single Review


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Review of All Night Disco Party Single by Brakes

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Brakes All Night Disco Party Single

All Night Disco Party
(Rough Trade 03/04/2006)

With news of Eamon Dermot vacating the British Sea Power camp still sinking in with their fan base, he softens the blow by transforming his vocals to an almost robotic style and ploughs them into this crunching party inducer. This is done with help from a flighty band that grew out of his early solo acoustic days. The mesmerizing accompaniment provided by members of Electric Soft Parade wanders off from a solid rock base to add some spacey quirkiness.

The Kahuna remix of this track covers the offering with slowly throbbing beats to proffer a bit of an ambient feel. Eamon does not seem to be looking back, as he confidently strides into new territory with the help from a seriously talented backing outfit.

David Adair




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