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Meat Beat Manifesto lurches back into view with the projects first new album in some years, Impossible Star. Packed to the brim with the usual MBM gear - dubwise basslines, soaring synths and mangled breakbeats. Yet on Impossible Starr, Jack Dangers and crew seem to be indulging us in a sorted of left-field pop sound that owes as much to liquid funk (well about as much liquid funk as you can get with MBM) as it does Scorn style dub scorchers. Interesting turn for the group, yet sure to spark interest with longtime fans.