Reissue in a limited edition of 300 copies of mega-rare and super-obscure true classic from the Australian underground, originally released in 1980. The 5 songs on this EP are ranging from sick and noisy Weirdo-Punk à la ELECTRIC EELS to RESIDENTS-like oddities. Super-chic packaging as well, in a fold-out cardboard-sleeve and with two fullcolor-print postcard inserts.
"Facts are a little thin on the ground for this one. It's two brothers of Italian extraction, called Calvitto. Production is by later producer to the indie stars of Sydney - Phil Punch. The studio was called Groove, we think on the North shore somewhere, and Groove, owner of the eponymous studio and label, plays drums on here. We hear he was also the lender of the punk influence on this track. The rest of the EP is DIY in nature; we hear the influence of the Residents. Not to say the rest isn't worthy - it's some of the finest DIY from Australia." Wallaby Beat
"A strange noise-rock monstrosity from the nation behind, come to think of it, some of the finest records in the genre (SPK's "No More," Slugfuckers "Deaf Disco", any early Tactics). This record however is hopelessly obscure, and doesn't have much of a reputation outside of the want lists of Oz-punk completists. That is wrong, wrong! The EP ranges from sick, amazing Electric Eels/X Blank X noise/art/punk howl to Residents-y blubber to the oddly anthemic klutzy and scrappy atmosphere of the title track. It is odd that this band sank without much of a trace, especially as it seems like they hailed from Sydney."
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