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This is a 300 limited pressing re-release of a 1993 album featuring the duo from Seattle: Slicing (guitar, vocals) & Grandpa (drums). Noise trash fuzzy forgot what we did last night anger inspired happy holocaust mesh of surprisingly ear-friendly experimental music. The high pitch feedback isn’t as abrasive as say Yellow Swans, and you can still hear rock influence on this 7”. Side one starts out as a more drone-y experimental minimalist piece with a solemn march beat, but ends up with a rock sound, while side two begins as a rough live rock recording that slowly becomes more experimental ending with freak-out screams and glorious feed for your spine.