One of FLA's early "bests"
simpcity | 01/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Digital Tension Dementia is one of FLA's best songs, delivered with pounding beats and great vocal work. This is the 7+ minute version. I won't endorse the politics, except to note that they reflect a predominant subpop-cultural view of world affairs during the last days of the Cold War, before the breach of the Berlin Wall:
Can't say yes, can't say no, you're living in a fascist world.
Violence is your point of view; it always gets the best of you
Freedom's just a luxury of self-induced hostility.
My back is up against the wall, and everywhere dead men fall.
Big Money has the great sample "Why are you a killer for kicks?"
The editing is by Anthony Valcic. This Wax Trax Cd was originally released in 1989 and is described as licensed from Third Mind. Evidently TVT reissued it a year later. An FLA classic, along with Caustic Grip (1991) and Tactical Neural Implant (1992), that belongs in your collection of late 80's industrial canadian stuff."