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Turing Machine — What is the Future of What
I don't know which drum parts on this album, Turing Machine's first in eight years, were recorded by Jerry Fuchs before his tragic death in 2009, but it certainly sounds like him at the very beginning of closer "Bovina 2/23/08." The fills and subtle changes to the beat are unpredictable, but they also provide a perfectly reliable foundation upon which everything else can build. If all dance-punk sounded like this, you'd probably listen to a lot more dance-punk.



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