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You’ve Got Foetus On Your Breath – Mark of the Ostracizor

Hard to believe this track hasn’t featured on this blog yet, as it’s an early Foetus track that’s a big favourite at Sentinel HQ. An infectious bassline riff underpins a track that see’s Jimmy give his very own Industrial take on early 80’s Funk (something he was keen on back in the day, along with versions of Electro). This is from his 1982 album ‘ACHE’; an album that really saw him find his way with the Foetus sound and was a precursor to the almighty ‘HOLE’ album from 1983.

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