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Boredoms – Acid Police

Bridging the gap between Butthole Surfers and early Black Dice, Boredoms 1994  album ‘Chocolate Synthesizer’ was a far chaotic-cry from the mantric whizz of ‘Vision Creation Newsun’. Puerile at times, and engaging in disruption for the sake of disruption (although, what’s wrong with that?), the album isn’t an easy listen. Opener ‘Acid police’ is pretty smooth compared to what follows, and is a joyous racket.

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