Bracing and elusive. A skeleton key to the rest of the album (and the first short piece on the album, natch): punk minimalism stripped down to punk nothingness. Like many pieces on Pink Flag, the song is best understood by what it doesn't give the listener. The song hasn't been reduced to its essential; it's been reduced beyond the essentials, reduced to silence. The dropouts throughout the song aren't false endings; rather, they're ellipses: whole parts of the song are missing. And where are those missing parts to be found? Try the rest of popular music, I suppose.