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01. Can't Fool Me
02. War Mames
03. Barrel of Shit
07. Confessions of a Congressional Page (U.T.B.)
09. Justice for All
10. Slow Screams
12. Big Brother
14. Kill Spread
Label: Fartblossom Enterprises/No Core Records
Cat #: FBE 007
Tracks 1-7 recorded at Inner Ear Studios February 1984. Produced by Don Zientara and ANOT. Tracks 8-14 recorded at Jag Studios January 1985. Produced by Brian McCay, David Schmidt and ANOT.
Despite the pretty keen "Toasterhead" cover art by Brian Walsby, this album lacks the ability to raise the temperature of your emotions beyond a slight movement of your facial muscles. The songwriting is mediocre and ever with the "number of influences" this hardcore band can only make parts of songs work. They try many different things but they don't really have a unique style and the tunes seem to pass right through me.
-Thomas Siegel (from Ink Disease #10, Winter 1985)
A real mixed bag of smart and dumb lyrics hardcore, and metalcore music. It's largely on the sharp side, though, and all the music rocks. I know Kent likes it, but she likes anything from North Carolina.
-Tim Yohannan (from Maximum Rocknroll #32, January 1986)