A few months ago, Blow-Up's overseas release, In Technicolor, was embraced by the global electroclash scene. Now retooled for the U.S.

A few months ago, Blow-Up's overseas release, In Technicolor, was embraced by the global electroclash scene. Now retooled for the U.S., the disco/electro-pop album arrives stateside with a new title. Los Angeles-based Blow-Up (DJs/producers Paolo Cilione and Claudio Camaione) has altered the track list with a few new tunes, including a cover of the Human League's "Don't You Want Me." Debbie Harry supplies vocals for the hypnotic "Uncontrollable Love," while Lydia Lunch sings on the driving "On the Prowl." The glorious "Fly With Me"—with invigorating vocals and disco strings—demands nonstop club play. With accessible songs like this, Blow-Up could easily (pardon the pun) blow up big.—KC