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P.S. I Love You Import


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 17 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mille Plateaux
  • ASIN: B00004YLFT
  • Other Editions: LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

1. Sing It
2. Whereweleftoff
3. Together
4. Twirl
5. Sometimes
6. Now I Wanna Be A Cowboy
7. Sonqizzover
8. Strum
9. Fuck Up Everything You Can Before You Plan On Slowing Down

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Southern California's Kid 606 seems quite happy with his persona of iconoclast and audio terrorist but not so much so that he's going to get stuck doing the same thing for the rest of his life. P.S. I Love You is his deepest foray into the realm of melody to date, although he hasn't exactly gotten mellow. Untempted by the metronomic 4/4 grooves that often characterize even the most radically experimental techno, for the first five tracks Kid 606 prefers jagged syncopation and crackly digital textures. Track 5, "Sometimes," heads out for territory that could almost be called ambient--a beatless cloud of sound like a massive electronic Aeolian harp. Following that is the Porter Ricks-flavored "Now I Wanna Be Cowboy" and then it's back to the abstract extra crunchy style for "Sonqizzover," cognate in sound and nomenclature to "Sonqizzmaster" from the Clicks and Cuts compilation. His existing fans are certainly going to want to keep in step with this phase of his evolution, and those who consider much of his output the equivalent of having someone shout in your ear may be pleasantly surprised. -Bob Bannister

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By David M. Madden on Oct. 18 2002
Format: Audio CD
i love how every kid 606 release has a unique flavour: this is no exception. "P.S. I Love You" is in the vein of minimal, house style glitch; rife with ambience, pops and clicks so spacious one could drive a truck between them.
Very interesting in an experimental dance-floor kind of way, but not quite the in-yer-face-out-there, a-new-sound-a-second Kid 606 we are used to on releases like "GQ on the EQ" or "Down With the Scene".
It is definitely the alternative for people tired of good old Oakey and wish to hear actual craft and thought put into moving the crowd.
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Format: Audio CD
I was shocked when I saw the above review because I am a big fan of down with the scene and listened to it more than any other record last year but when i just recently got ps I love you I was schoedk as to how good it was and how much different styles of music kid606 has to offer, down with the scene maybe pretty sonically unbelievably but this record is just captivating from start to finish and the songs "twirl" and "strum" alone are worth the cost of the whole record!! a must for people looking for something different but really awesome at the same time....
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By Dirk Hugo on Jan. 19 2001
Format: Audio CD
Those who were captivated by Kid 606's "Down With The Scene",beware - this is nowhere near as interesting or exciting. Essentially, it's two distinctly different musical concepts thrown onto one album. The first is a series of tracks where rather featureless synth washes are overlaid on some elementary and monumentally unchallenging drumbeats - it's all been done to death before. The second is a slightly more engrossing study in timbral shifts that recalls the avant garde of a few decades past. By the kid's well established standards, below par.
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