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Young Team (Chemikal Underground)

Glaswegian instrumentalists slipcase their seminally tensile 1997 debut with a second CD of odds and sods (Spacemen 3 tribute "Honey"), including live torrents of biblical album bookends "Like Herod" and enormous theological quandary "Mogwai Fear Satan." New world soundscapes, but no new ground in their reappraisal.

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