After two albums it was just about the right time for Neutral to enter the let's make a single-mode,
and of course the outcome is a wonderful head-scratcher of the finest kind. The A-side bliss that is
'A-B-C' is a somewhat classic Neutral track though exploring the more disconnected, free-roaming
side of the damned things. Woke up on the wrong side of the bed, life is off kind of anti-rock and
perhaps the first time we ever heard drums in Neutral. The feedback mayhem on '2-0-1-6' was captured
in a barn out in the forest of the region of Småland a freezing summer night in front of a
drunken moshpit of approximately 27 losers. You can't play in Belgium every weekend hums the grisly buzz
from the monitors. The whole deal is finally sealed by a lovely interpretation of Le Forte Four's
'Japanese Superheroes' that is as awkward as it is exquisite, a fanfare for the record scavengers and eternal dreamers.
200 copies. Black vinyl, white cardboard sleeve with postcard attached, stamped white labels, insert.
Plays at 33rpm.