From ’85 and some Leftfield, Electro funk from Peter Hope and another collaboration, this time with David Harrow – long time Anne Clark collaborator. Very Adrian Sherwood (Harrow had worked closely with Jah Wobble and The Cabs, (Hope had worked with Richard Kirk -re-upped link below)
All short, esoteric tracks. Guest musicians include Steve Bevan (acoustic guitar) and Simon Grayling (trumpet)
“Too Hot” is fine example of the slightly industrial but funky sounds coming out of the UK Underground in the mid 80’s.
Thatcher gets sampled on the disjointed groove of “Buckle Down”, dominated by a fierce bass riff.
“Snakes Washd In” is a weird , Carnival rant over a sampled choir. “Bright Boys” is a Native American War Cry with beaten metal and strummed guitar.
Ink Deutschland – RTD-INK 1
|AA2||(Excerpt From) Bright Boys||3:02|
|AA3||Snakes Washed In||2:10|