If I did not know better, I would
be tempted to think that I had something
to do with the surprisingly melodic
revolution of Z Prochek, as my review
of their debut "Intravenous"
called for more focused songs and
less industrial stalling. Now, before
you get all your spiked hair cuts
in a twist, "more focused"
does not necessarily mean more commercial
or radio friendly. The well tailored
Swedish duo still very much look and
sound electronic body music, albeit
with their boots in fluffy clouds
of pop dust.