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Boomkat Product Review:
These guys sure know how to make an entrance: aside from the daft industrial estate shoe shop vibes of the band name and the rudie nudie sleeve art, they've gone and collared all their weirdo mates for remixes at the end of the album (specifically Robedoor, Silver Daggers, Tussle and BIG A Little a), even recruiting arch filthnik Pete Swanson of Yellow Swans for mastering duties. The album kicks off with the holler "Urination!" signalling a tirade of drums, which actually sound pretty crisp and clean given that they've undergone the Swanson treatment. Just when you're expecting things to develop and embrace a wider range of sound sources... they don't. There's a lot more shouting fun to be had though, and even some venomous barbershop tactics on 'Erecting The Wall Of Separation'. Considering how spare the constituting elements might seem on paper, the combination of vocals and drums (all in triplicate) makes for a pretty captivating listen, brimming with excess energy and a playful destructive impulse. You sort of which all those loathsome drum troupes that stand outside your local Marks & Spencer on a Saturday afternoon would take a leaf or two out of the Foot Village book. Nudity, shouting and percussion is a winning formula.