20th anniversary edition of Sissy Spacek’s first album, first ever LP edition. Frantic, violent, destroyed music.
“Probably the world’s first plunderphonic grindcore record. Although in this case all of the plundering is self inflicted and self directed as they record their own blasting grind record and attack it with a razor blade and spit out a garbled, sputtering, stuttering no-wave masterpiece. Think Oval, if he only scratched Drop Dead and Crossed Out CDs. Nice.” —Aquarius Records
20th anniversary edition of Sissy Spacek’s second album, first reissue since it’s original release. Incomprehensible, discombobulated.
“This four-track explosion of sound had my jaw agape from the first note to the last. With minor
percussive breaks between sizzling hard-wired damage, this wasn’t at all what I expected. Instead John Wiese has offered tracks that intensely re-align your senses for their fifteen minutes of “insane”. It’s not until we get to the final track “Please Don’t Sleep While We Explain” that the wash of colorful collision is tempered and muffled to conclusion. It’s a scream-fest, jazz jam with fire to spare. Not for the weak hearted.” —TJ Norris