I read about this album in 'Rip It Up and Start Again' and it sounded so good I was desperate to find it. I looked all over London for this album, from HMV Oxford Street, to Zavvi Piccadilly Circus, to Sister Ray and both Rough Trade's and couldn't find it. I went to San Francisco this month and finally found it at Amoeba records. I felt pretty smug about it, imagining myself telling people I had to go to Flipper's home town and visit the hippest record store in the world to find it. And now I find out that, in fact, Domino re-released this album in June, thereby diminishing the impact of my find.
Anyway, this is an outstanding album, one of the pinnacles of post-punk. It's a bit like a cross between PIL and Black Flag. It's something like Public Image Ltd, but less arty and more raw and funky. It's just great.