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    Robotron 4, ‘Cyborg 203’

    John Davis, Flashcan

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    John Davis & Too Much, ‘Mr Break — Electro Tube’

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    ‘Flashcan’

    John Davis, Flashcan

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    AE3D°, ‘Laser Man’

    John Davis, Flashcan

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    John Davis & Too Much, ‘Robot Baby Jane’

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    X-Ref, ‘Dream Six-0’

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    CMO‘S’, ‘X-1-12’

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    Robotron 4, ‘Electro-?’ (digital only)

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    John Davis & Too Much, ‘Destination Earth’

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“Funk that makes Prince sound like a bow-legged honky.”
DJ Magazine

“If you were convinced Juan Atkins’s electro productions were mainly influenced by Kraftwerk, think again.”
Test Industries

“Davis’s music takes various Prince, Rick James and Zappesque detours, but the real treasures here are the extended experiments that recall the scores to early rapsploitation films. Frrresh.”
The Fader

“With his serene vocoder melodies and outrageous drum programming, Davis comes across like a mellower Egyptian Lover, and in tracks such as ‘Cyborg 203’ and the elegant, tear-stained ‘Dream Six-0’, he’s produced a couple of lost future classics. Seriously impressive.”
Vice Magazine

“This robust collection of amorous synth-funk jams is ripe for revival.”
Uncut

“The legendary John Davis has brought the baddest chrome-ass sexdroid to ever destroy an electric boogaloo dancefloor, in a pimped-out neon De Lorean all the way from 1984, for your body-popping enjoyment. Imagine the beautifully smooth movements of Kraftwerk robots doing their ‘worship the power generator’ thing... and now imagine it horny.”
20 Jazz Funk Greats


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