Product information "Fanny: Revelry and Decadence as the Right of Slaves"
The second album by Fanny on Mirex, the now defunct side-label to Hymen.
Crazy experimental breakcore! The label info said at the time:
fraser runciman (a.k.a. fanny) has struck again with his second cd. previously, he has released cdr-s, vinyls (on labels such as zod records and widerstand.org) and a full length debut cd on mirex. this debut full length, 'fear and loathing for dummies', was the cd version of the zod 12" plus new material. however, 'revelry and decadence...' is all new material - another attack of ultra-fast break beat clashes that are mixed with odd samples and grinding bass power. fanny's “take it or leave it” attitude is also visualized - if you can stand the cover then you won't have any problem with the sound. this record at the right volume feels like a kenworth truck running through your wide open mouth into your throat – glory!! special plastic sleeve packaging.
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