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|2.||"Near The End" (7:12)|
|1.||"Time Of Speed Not Day" (8:02)|
|2.||"The Struggle" (6:38)|
|1.||"Heard Syndrome" (9:03)|
|2.||"That Hour" (7:49)|
|1.||"The Flat (London Projects)" (9:51)|
|2.||"Passing You By" (8:24)|
Astonishingly, 23 years have passed since Glenn Underground and Boo Williams established the Strictly Jaz Unit project, a fluid collective of underground Chicago deep house producers. These days, SJU mainly operates as a duo, and it was this stripped-back line-up that produced "The Tempest", a rare album-length outing bristling with quality cuts. As a whole, the album is far more intergalactic, electronic and sci-fi sounding than either man's solo productions, with just a few hints of the luscious instrumentation and swinging grooves associated with their previous work. There's no dip in quality, though, with the dubbed-out deep house hypnotism of "Heard Syndrome", the Patrick Cowley/Giorgio Moroder influenced "The Struggle", the Chicago-goes-Yorkshire bleep flex of "Time of Speed, Not Day" and acid-fired gorgeousness of "The Flat (London Projects)" standing out.
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