On their 2nd album, the kent punk duo still deliver an energy blast few can match at the moment - full of rage, they speak their minds about modern britain in a way that so few dare to & it features cameos from Beastie Boys' Mike D & Baxter Dury.
it's not intellectual. it's not ostentatious. it's not subtle. but.......it is full of vitality. it is raw & fericious. it is very, very easy to get drawn into & addicted to. theirs is a world of direct speaking, fighting against the apathetic, sheep-like, non-committal tendencies of modern day society & the music that results is a thrilling 2 fingers up to the suits, the conference tables & the bullshit manifestos. " the world needs an album like this. Something that is more raw, more alive & less polished" - mike d.
- Spit It Out
- Consume Or Be Consumed featuring Mike D
- Take Control
- Mr Industry (Skit)
- Rich Man
- Play Dead
- Fuck The Hi Hat
- Gary (Skit)
- The People That You Meet featuring Joel Amey (Wolf Alice)
- Steer Clear featuring Baxter Duty
- Cold Hard Floor
- Same Again