After nearly thirty years, Black Devil's extremely rare disco masterpiece finally receives a proper follow-up. 28 After is an epic journey into the deepest electronic disco, full of haunting vocals, warped lyrics, twisted yet melodic electronics and crisp dance beats. In 2004 Aphex Twin's Rephlex label released an album by Black Devil called Disco Club, a re-issue of a long lost supposedly Italo disco classic from 1978. Given its absurdly modern sound many doubted its authenticity, some even suggesting that it was a collaboration between Richard James and Luke Vibert. Now comes a new album, so similar in sound and structure to the original album that it's impossible to know if it was created near the time of its predecessor or in the last few years.