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The title of this new Factory Floor record is playfully coy. These tracks were, indeed, initially conceived to score a film - specifically a 90th anniversary showing of Fritz Lang’s 1927 movie Metropolis at the London Science Museum’s IMAX screen. On paper the pairing of Factory Floor’s frosty electronics with Lang’s sci-fi masterpiece makes for a mouthwatering match, and the group’s musical offering is more than good enough to stand on its own two feet too. A Soundtrack For A Film is a hugely ambitious work, clocking in at around 150 minutes and filled with ideas. The scope and scale of the thing allow Factory Floor to both play to their strengths - their brand of Joy Division-inspired electronic post-punk remains in good nick - and also expand their sound further than ever before. It’s a sign of the band’s growing power that they’ve pulled this one off.

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  1. 1 Metropolis 10:51 Factory Floor
  2. 2 Beneath 3:50 Factory Floor Buy
  3. 3 Run 1:44 Factory Floor Buy
  4. 4 Father 9:52 Factory Floor Buy
  5. 5 Identity Switch 9:11 Factory Floor Buy
  6. 6 Circuit Senses 11:33 Factory Floor
  7. 7 Babel 12:40 Factory Floor
  8. 8 Cave 3:44 Factory Floor Buy
  9. 9 Wonder 5:15 Factory Floor Buy
  10. 10 Suspicious 6:49 Factory Floor Buy
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