Label: Susan Lawly – SLA 001 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: UK Released: Jul 1990 Genre: Electronic Style: Power Electronics, Industrial
Heavy crop of paint-thinning, morally delinquent POWER electronik nuisance from everyone's favourite band - Whitehouse.. here acting as the classic likely-lad duo of William Bennet and Philip Best. Whilst I personally struggle to back MOST of what this lot have hacked up throughout their flowery career and I’m thankful that a lot of it has been flushed down the BOG - purely as a stake in the ground for where transgression within 'music' should run-up to, it's vital for Whitehouse to exist. And surely better them than someone else, at least their music is visceral, upsetting, scathing, totally uncompromising and entirely degenerate enough to at least attempt to reflect the themes laid-out on this one - 1990 LP 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' co-produced by none other than Steve Albini. To even describe the stomach-churning filth that's going on here is beside the point (not to mention the track titles that would shut this account down), but a rocksteady classic in the canon of industrial / experimental scuzz.. approach with caution or ideally not at all! (OG Susan Lawly.. NM/NM).