Letters from the Front (Slap)
Sherman’s March, Pts. 1 and 2 (Belt)
Prayer to Shango (The Happiness Boys)
Meat Parade (The Happiness Boys)
The Skater (Belt)
In Native Tongues (The Happiness Boys)
The Garden (Slap)
Helen’s Return a. Shell b. The Horse (Belt)
The Pull of Opposites a. Night for Day b. Playing House c. Left, Unsaid (Slap)
Includes collaborations with Edward Bobb, in the Happiness Boys.
“This bizarre release spans the career of one individual (Stephen Nester), three of his projects, and the years ’82 through ’94. Describing most of these songs as soundtrack pieces or complex club-geared instrumentals would only be fair if the movie had a warped dream sequence and the club allowed timber wolves to roam around and snack on lethargic onlookers. Jim Thirlwell either borrowed from Nester or influenced his compositions, because fans of Foetus’ more experimental orchestral material will groove on this chaotic offering.” (HUH MAGAZINE)
“I am tempted to make references to Illusion of Safety or some of the more avant garde projects from Europe and French Canada like Vromb. The cd booklet is an occasion in and of itself, it folds out and has multiple spines, full-color panels with artwork that baffles and repulses at the same time. All in all, a pretty damn good release. Quite an interesting disc.” (MANIFOLD)
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