...according to our Mike on 14 September 2011.
Some dude just turned up at the office with these one-sided garage rock LPs the other day. Apparently he played in this band in the '80s and dug out the recordings recently and decided it was time for them to come out on vinyl. What we've got here is a solitary side of muddy and messy garage rock. It sounds quite bad, but I suppose that's the point here isn't it. We've got repetitive riffs, snotty vocals, and all-over-the-place guitar with an almost constant phaser effect over the top, all recorded in true no-fi fashion on a cheap tape player in someone's house. If you're into dirgey and obscure garage punk, I can confirm that this is definitely a dirgey and obscure garage punk record.