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Boomkat Product Review:
This slice of proto-power electronics was released in 1981, marking Whitehouse's turn towards more minimal, elemental sounds which somehow instill an even more uncompromising aesthetic, departing somewhat from the comparatively palatable industrial outbursts of prior releases.
The album brims with devilish noise tracts, making microscopic transitions from the squealing unpleasantness of 'Shitfun' (featuring Bennett shouting out his various electronically disfigured obscenities) to the alarm-mimicking, binary-tone noise twitches of 'Socrastination Day'. Excruciating.