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Boomkat Product Review:
The Boy Whose Head Exploded forms a perfectly raucous portrayal of The Pop Group in their stinging, funked-up prime circa 1979-1980, captured at various concert venues around Europe and UK in year before they disbanded after leaving a trail of foundational post-punk destruction in their wake.
Most of the material is taken from their infamous 2nd album, For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder performed with spunky vitriol and presumably a lot of spittle on the front row. Thankfully contemporary speakers and headphones can’t recreate the feeling of hot gob in your grill (just wait for those 3D printer/speakers, we’re telling ya) but you can certainly feel the heat on these skronky AF recordings, and even see the group going for it in Don Letts’ recently unearthed footage, filmed at Alexandra Palace at an all day festival that also featured John Cooper Clarke, The Raincoats and The Slits. Bet that was a good day out, as you can hear/see for yourself…