Dating from 1986, this spoken word and sound collage involves material from between 1981 and 1986. Philip explains:"There are bits of various other tapes and records, unreleased bits, and bits recorded for the occasion to fill gaps, for instance “Black Rubber Towel” which begins the second side. It got reviewed by Dave Henderson in Underground, and an A&R man at EMI wrote and asked me for a copy. I sent him one, though now I think I really should have ignored him."
A Classic Philip Johnson melange of spoken narrative, found sound, noise, tape manipulation, and unhinged songs.I even detected a tv interview with Mark and Brix smith,from the Tube i think; where Brix Cringingly answers 'Smash Hits' style questions about her boyfriend, like 'what kind of music does he like?'
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Side A (20:49)
Side B (26:02)
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