Mix Up Original recording reissued
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Dark, hypnotic and on 'Fourth Shot' bloody scary. This is the best debut set I have ever heard. It ranks up there with the first Stooges and Suicide albums.
If you have any interest in avant garde/ electronic/ industrial music this is an absolutely essential purchase.
This is the original artifact of the blasted industrial era, harsh, abrasive and full of electric sparks; proto post Steam punk, decked in transistors rather than braided with Victorian valves or blast furnaces. As the modern production has become more sophisticated these slices of life take on a museum type aural quality. Vibrating more harshly as time recedes, as they finally reveal a vision of banality forever stretching forward into lands of grey and beige.
This has the buzz of the analogue twiddle, kept in tight formation with a formal bass, the template for much that was to come - Einsturzende Neubauten, Test Dept- the next generation of begoggled industrialists who took the elemental charts from this design. Later refashioned with a hammer and anvil to pound out another skeletal structure.
Time has marched on, and these bands, unfortunately reside in broom cupboards, firmly locked into these forums. At one point they were vital, odd visceral signposting a brutal direction to a different event. Smothered over later by the hand clappy disco euphoria of the 1980's. And so the Cabs eventually succumbed to the dictates of the shoe shuffle beat.
On this record they stick the pin into the Central Nervous System and you can hear the transformed scream.
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