CODE’s 1995 debut LP ‘The Architect’ is a sought-after UK techno cult outing, but for complicated reasons it was deprived of the immediate acclaim it deserved and a follow-up never materialised. Until now. Some 25 years down the line and you’ll still be reminded of better-known acts like Orbital, Leftfield or Underworld, but the diversity and quality of the musical palette on ‘Ghost Ship’ defies easy categorisation, with expansive tracks like ‘Love Perfection’ bringing to mind a blissed-out Talk Talk.
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