For those into the mythos, this Cleveland/Akron underground compilation pretty much defines the term "must-have". Let's start with the inclusion of one of the greatest Pere Ubu songs that never was, here brought to you by the duo of David Thomas and Tin Huey's Ralph Carney. Just pure lunatic bliss. Now factor in two further Carney gems of damaged Residential rock and fully six GODHEAD tracks of instrumental minimal synth in a style redolent of The Human League circa The Dignity Of Labour by one Dennis DeFrange (virtually half the album) and you've got the makings of a stone cold classic. Really, there's not a duff cut in sight. Hell, even The Waitresses manage to turn in something great (well, they did start out weird, for the few who've heard their debut single) with a much odder version of their new wave hit "I Know What Boys Like", here mysteriously re-titled "Wait Here, I'll Be Right Back...".
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