Yes Karl Blake of the Lemon Kittens, who was also in the mighty Reflections with Mark Perry, Nag, Dennis Burns and Paul Platypus (of Doof ).
This album collects all the odds and sods from Karls Bedroom floor in the years 1977-1981. Its all brilliantly disturbed, falling apart music of the highest sub-standards that we adore here at Die or DIY?.
Guitar strings are clawed at and recorded well into the red zone, drums are made to resemble the sound of a dustbin of empty tin-cans being unloaded into a skip, and the singer (Blake) sounds like he was captured as a field recording in the padded cell of a secure mental facility.
A truly unhinged miesterwerk, from one of the genuine 'weird' guys, and a lesson in the deconstruction of song.
|A1||Baby's In Grey|
|A3||Whistle And Weep|
|A4||Blast The Human Flower|
|B1||The Waiting List|
|B3||People With No Shoulders|
|B4||Dreams Of The Lichen Tester|
|B5||A Misogyny Of Song|
|B6||Love So Much Like Violent Death|