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If Company Flow's instrumental album Little Johnny from the Hospital: Breaks and Instrumentals, Vol.I
is musical wallpaper then it's of the peeling, stained and cockroach-ridden variety. Opening with a track that tells the story of a little girl shooting a man who is trying to molest her ("Suzy Pulled a Pistol on Henry"), Little Johnny
plays less like hip-hop than the soundtrack to some weird sci-fi horror film as performed by Pete Rock
or The Wiseguys
on a bad comedown. Unintelligible alien voices gibber and moan over skipping, stuttering beats; distorted, off-key samples struggle to keep time and deranged rock guitars roar over squealing horns and organs. The creeping paranoia of early tracks "Be Aware" and "Workers Needed" quickly gives way to the manic, insectoid madness of "Giga Pet Epiphany" and "Worker Ant Uprise" before careering towards the screaming mental-breakdown conclusion of "Happy Happy Kill Kill". Content and subject matter that can only be classified as "difficult listening" might be off-putting, but repeated listening is rewarded with appreciation of an album that is unique, multi-layered and above all, deliriously catchy. Listen, but listen with the lights on. --Paul Philpott