For this unruly combo, Lunch steps aside to concentrate on her trebly, nightmare-surf strumming and assigns the vocals to Bobby “Berkowitz” Swope, who sings like a nauseous, homosexual Frankenstein menacing you with an icy growl. Vivienne Dick’s B-movie organ disfigures The Doors into a bad-acid freak show; Sclavunos and bassist Liz Swope’s sluggish tempos anticipate the cruel plod of early Swans.
They released a 7” Try Me / Staircase in 1979. Some unrealeased tracks appeared on Lydia Lunch’s compilation “Hysterie”
Edited by BoneKnife on 10 Nov 2010, 17:37
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