I just don't understand why JMJ plays Exit without the Snowden dialogue. What's the point? I think it is a dreadful track musically, instantly forgettable. But it's saved by the political-cultural-technological message from Snowden.
I always got the impression it was a rushed track, that he secured the interview with Edward Snowden late on in the making of Electronica and needed to embed the spoken dialogue into something quickly in time for the release of Pt 2 Heart Of Noise.
I honestly thought it would be quickly dropped as a live track, even with the Snowden part retained. Just makes no sense without the central message.
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