1. Three Door Hatch: “Affinity Programme”
Obscene satanic improv from Osaka’s finest. A police investigation continues.
2. The Paranoids: “Sneer Sneet”
The compositions that invented music as we know it, including three new scales.
3. Adrienne Goldmine: “Field Recordings”
Adrienne’s distorted electric banjo and deep, dark voice are ground breaking and provocative. Who would have thought such a high class gal could get so low down?
4. Rock Men: “The Rockin’ Ain’t Stoppin'”
The Men’s idiotic metal gets a quick spit and polish, making it almost (but not quite) palatable.
5. Perry Comotose: “Still In One Piece”
The alcoholic crooner gargles his way through a self penned, self pitying set, with severe delusions of adequacy.
(list provoked by the Guardian’s lazy, poorly edited and depressing “1000 Albums to Hear Before You Die”)