- You may risk to ruin Your relationship with the neighbourhood if You play some Ex Models' records. [read past review of 15/nov/o4] - That doesn't mean that this industrial and spastic noise Music is not shining, shining of a madness constantly nervous, strong of convulsions of feedback and drumming. - No-wave roots, guitars beaten up, Devo plus Teenage Jesus and the Jerks together, and voices of epilepsis, often in a hysterical falsetto. 6 new episodes, forming an Ep in limited edition, featuring also Kid Million, currently drummer for Oneida. 6 tracks happy to exceed in harsh inhaudible, touching autism of syncopated sounding. There's no quiet for the Ex Models. Opening with 15 seconds of silence, then You can hear a hint of carrillion, suddenly suffocated by a slaughtered guitar. Then 5 minutes of factory-like noises with That's funny i don't feel like a Shithead (maybe an answer to a conscience crisis), the hammering of Munity, and the album goes on till the end of Chrome Hearts in a fast zig-zag run of an aplomb arithmical and punk.
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