Unfortunately, this was the one Consolidated CD that I could not find for years, so it was the last of their 8 albums that I was able to collect.....boy, do I wish I would have gotten this one back in '94 when it went to press! There is such a diversion from their 1992 release "Play More Music" and this album. With the help of avant-garde artists Jack Dangers (Meat Beat Manifesto) and Gregg Proops (Who's Line Is It, Anyway?), the Crusading Rap Guys have begun their deviation from what we refer to as "Industrial" to a new form of expression. Don't worry--you still get an ample dose of rantings from various concert crowds, but they have finally transcended the perameters of mainstream music......From here on out, don't expect to hear anything merely industrial from this group. There are a few filler songs on this recording, but songs like "Butyric Acid," "Consolidated Buries the Mammoth," "Born of a Woman," "Cutting," "Meat, Meat, Meat and Meat," "Dog + Pony Show" and "Emanicipate Yourself" make this CD a four-start triumph and worth the purchase price....FROM THIS MOMENT FORTH, WE ARE BLACK LESBIANS!