This here is one of the oddest LP's your bound to find anywhere no matter what planet your from. The first side consists of Id M Theft Able who combines the high art of musique concrete with the low art of primitive children’s songs. His side starts off with a, most likely, found recording of kids singing B-I-N-G-O with odd backwards tape noodling and a deep slow voice creeping in to make sure things start off with a weird vibe. Seconds into B-I-N-G-O things shift into some heavy musique concrete physically whipping back and forth between harsh contact mic scrapes, vocal madness, bleeps and bloops, and the sound of coins dropping. The rest of Id M Theft Able's side goes back and forth between the harsh musique concrete sounds and the odd, short songs that are reminiscent to a kid playing with a spingy door stop and singing songs in a weird monster voice. Brilliant stuff!!
Side B is still bizarrely weird but in more of a punk rock fashion. Cave Bears do their best to do the worst rendition of The Germs "Forming" you will ever hear with one track called "Germicide." This one is a complete mess of drums, guitar, and mumbling vocals that never really seem to come together but never really try either. This makes for one of the most awkward punk recordings you'll ever hear. It's like your listening to some junior high punk kids playing their first show to two neighborhood girls in the basement of their stepfather's basement. Wouldn't have it any other way!! Great stuff through and through!! 9/10 -- Jon Lorenz (24 March, 2010)