"Rich in comic irony, the narration is nonetheless as deeply rooted as a folk ballad… thought provoking 16 minute gem." Julian Cowley (The Wire Magazine). Oct. 2014.
“It’s a masterpiece, is it not?… It is quite magnificent.” Marc Riley (BBC 6 Music). 28/5/2014.
A post-punk dub epic within which a ‘spryte of the air’ extolls the English county of Lancashire’s role in the plans of Satan. The track was originally premiered by the Lancashire radio programme On the Wire in 2006 and released on SueMi Records, Berlin, in 2007. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of its original vinyl release this remastered 2017 CD version has been produced, with a cover image by artist Leo Fitzmaurice, and with a much richer and more prominent bass guitar sound.
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