Absolute life affirming insanity from the all time Japanese masters of the dada brainwarp. This takes the sugar shocked madness of their Picnic Time tape (which I posted a few months back) and enriches, deepens and polishes their candy coated avant-electropop into something not just insane, but formidably insane. Amidst all the cartoonish grotesque splendor however, there appears a mirage named Aishu No Melody (The Setting Sun In Africa), one of the most hauntingly lovely things I've ever heard, made doubly gut wrenching by it's inexplicable appearance among such abjectly ludicrous company. A godhead album of sick genius that's top 3 for me when discussing ANY era of the Japanese underground music scene.
Note: Link removed, as this is (amazingly!) now back in print as part of the Ata Tak boxset collection series reissued by Suezan Studios