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|1.||"Forever Summer" (3:45)|
|2.||"Warning Fails" (5:02)|
|3.||"A Lovely Change" (4:13)|
|4.||"Night Quake" (4:15)|
|1.||"The Bad Boys" (5:02)|
|2.||"Salsaro Ete" (5:10)|
|4.||"Kelly McGillis" (4:44)|
On their third album, Tiger & Woods have decided to flip the script a little, paying tribute to Italy's remote, rural clubs of the early 1980s. To do this, they've sampled up a wealth of material from Rome's boogie-inspired, Italo-disco era Full Time and Goodymusic labels and turned it into slow motion and mid-tempo gold. As a result, the album's eight tracks are altogether more sun-kissed and Balearic in feel than their electrofunk-inspired club jams of old, though this is no bad thing. In fact, there's an argument to suggest that "AOD" (it stands for Adult Oriented Dance apparently) is their most enjoyable and listenable album to date, with less reliance on heavyweight loop jams and more intricate musical touches. However you spin it, "AOD" is a glassy-eyed, loved up triumph.
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