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***We was spending time with SIC ALPS the other day—staying inside, playing sides—and we got on a Tronics run. Sic Alps ain’t collectors or anything…they know their stuff, but not to the point where they live in a museum. Be that as it may, those old Tronics singles are all right by the stereo, pretty much like a part of the décor. And the same goes within the Sic sound as well. Maybe a secret weapon we’re revealing here, but they’ve got more rocks just like it in the quiver, don’t worry. And it’s not like you’re gonna find any of those originals for less than like a hundred pounds of flesh and blood, shit. We did hear tell of a couple of reissues just recently—power to you, living in a world of affordable Tronics recs! But enough about Tronics! We’re not talking about them, we’re talking about a sweet and hot mini record of Tronics songs deuced and reduced by the one and the only Sic Alps! Yeah. So here’s a day’s Sic time put in one night, four songs worth—blathered and slaved over, and tinted in the mix for awesome effect. Some beats get softened, some are solidified with march-force pressure, tempos run a bit faster/slower in general…all informed by a fire/passion for the game that those guys and these guys play. Like when the Stones covered Chuck. Love backed by force indeed. “Pangea Globe” it’s called. (STREET DATE - 4/24/2012)