okay, quite some time since we last had something of a certain obscurity here, this will change today though.
A little chunk of plastic left by a band no-one ever heard of, no-one ever saw and who never went anywhere but still theres a couple of minutes of magic that captures a feeling/time/emotion eternally for the people who connect with it, although the Joy Division influence is still apparent, then again: is this a bad thing?
What makes this tune so mighty to me is the big build up until the lyrics come in, this alone surely makes it a masterpiece of its time. Your number thirty-five, folks, enjoy:
(from the 'The Strength Of Your Cry' - 7"-EP) - Xcentric Noise Records - Second 1 (1983)
And, should you have been wondering, yes, I do know how to spell 'Doppelgaenger'. The Luddites, apparently, didn't.
Then again: who cares anyway?