As we turn the page, Erics father wakes up with the moon light beaming on his face through the shattered glass, he's still in the warehouse, still sat tied to a wooden chair. He's dazed, trying to comprehend the mess that this father and son relationship has escalated to. Closing his eyes for just a moment of thought, he reopened them to find Eric standing over him, looking relentlessly unhinged. In Eric's hand is a bunch of paperwork, 'Look at this, look at this, you thought you could hide this from me!?!' he shouted. His father recognises the documents that hold the details of his safety deposit box. Through the grit of his teeth, he says to Eric, 'Thats all i have, all i've managed to keep from you, how can you treat your own flesh and blood like this. You make me sick, your no son of mine'. Within a split second of the last syllable leaving his lips, he feels the impact of a devastating left hook, Eric follows with 'You know why, and don't fucking tell me you don't!' As he picks up the paperwork and leaves the building with a smirk, his father lies there out cold, claret dripping on the floor.
The soundtrack comes from another heavily rooted Midlands connection with over a decade of experience in UK rave & techno culture. Chris Finke aka He/aT joins the Prodigal Son crew with two exceptional and rowdy original tracks, appropriately named, yet in true He/aT formation, we welcome to wax 'A Sorry State Of Affairs' and 'Not Exactly The Summer Of Love, Is It'. The latter of the two receives two remixes from Berlin based Brit Ed Davenport's alias Inland. He supplies both a sturdy Dub mix and an invaluable Melodimix.
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