Get ready to bawl when you hear this lost, caustic album from a dark, danceable, no-guitar, high speed synth and horn band at the turn of the millennium. Tears came easily enough back then: endless war, Dick Cheney in the nuclear throne; church, military, and global finance all in fascist lock-step at the rise of our present monoculture. Paranoia had never been more justified. Freaks, idealists, and artists possed of wit and political conscience found no quarter, no succor. And in that time of total surveillace, a classic of the age went virtually unnoticed. Distinct from contemporaries like Lightning Bolt, Pink & Brown or Numbers, Le Flange Du Mal drew upon radical traditions including Crass and Discharge both in style and lyric, barreling straight for the bizarre heart of the beast. Though unreleased, this album now bobs to the surface, corpse-bright, brined by time and bloated with fermenting possibilities of the here and now, a lost classic to live alongside your Minutemen, hardcore Devo, Poison Girls, the Ex, Fela Public Enemy and all your best hardcore and Rio. Includes a download with the band's first two albums and a video as an added bonus.