Best of all, the lethal kickdrum attack of DJ Randy's "Drums Please" and the droning bass of "Bad Dog," by Charlie Hall vs. Cofusion, are as rapturously physical in your living room or headphones as they are on a dark, crowded dance floor. By comparison, Bones's latest, Army of One -- a collection of new, unmixed tracks -- feels like a grab bag. Nevertheless, cuts like "It's Good for America" (based on what sounds like Lee Iacocca declaring, "If it's good for me, it's good for America") and the old-school hip-hop-referencing "Bounce Skate Roll" allow us to imagine Bones mixing them into another storming set. Which, of course, is the entire point.
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