Boomkat Product Review:
"Do You Feel Shame?" morbid dance music, inspired as much by Titicut Follies as Black Sabbath, this is the death of disco (or metal, same thing anyway). Crack: W.A.R.(We Are Rock) presents six tracks of haunted carnivals, socially retarded cabaret and the loneliness of being lost at sea. Drum machines, synths, sure... but, Crack is a band; innocence up front and something a little more impish in the back. King Riff, Obscuratron, Le Kim and L'erin all create a cacophonous din of electro-smash complemented by L'erin and Le Kim's school yard taunt vocals. Their first release, a sold out self released split 12" inch with Ann Arbor's wolf eyes, gave only a slight indication of the misery to come."Silent Fantasy" is their first release for TB6 and fits in all too well with the other inmates. Next time anyone decides to take over the teen center or burn down the local theatre, Crack:W.A.R. will be off to the side taking notes. Death disco? Electro-chaos? Punktronica? ..imagine Throbbing Gristle retooling Adult and you r close.