2021 Repress of the album from 2002, originally released on vinyl in 2016
Still relevant after all these years, with a sui-generis critical approach to both music and the everyday, each new listen offers breaths of fresh air but also raises unforeseen questions.
Their caustic humour brightened us up, and their sharp gaze gave strength and relief to many. The music on the other hand touched us, and somewhat unexpectedly some of it even managed to move a few bodies on a dancefloor or two. Besides, as Danae Stefanou notes, what we have here is not just music, but a "survival guide in conditions of domestic dystopia". To stay positive, however, we would rather see it as "timeless sonic evidence of the importance of an improvised everyday life."