Lovely recut from just one existing, yet perfect testpress from back in the day.
"…if you get turned on by cavernous kick drums, queasy strains of synthetic acid, and satisfyingly punchy low end, you will most certainly enjoy the way T.B. Arthur rolls here.
There are hints of reduction-style Population One in the opening track, though the feeling is a bit more claustrophobic than Terrence Dixon’s work, whilst “Track 3” has a wonderful mid point moment where the production seems to fall apart before gathering itself up and heading in a completely different direction. Whilst I’ve not witnessed it deployed in its intended environment yet, it’s hard not to visualise the rather evil “Track 4” detonating a dancefloor; the snake-like acid lines, the seedy drums and the descent into percussive madness that consumes the track all seem perfectly geared to this end."
On TB 1, 2 & 3:
"…three 12”s of really outstanding tripped-out machine funk that serve their purpose equally well whether they were made in 1995 or 2015, and whether they were made for fun, for a joke or as an expression of drug psychosis."