If you have an hour and a half to spare: Wrapped I am in the muddy cloud of hellish genocide. For those not already inoculated against Christianity through religious education and being made to recite the Lord's Prayer every day whilst at school, Reality Asylum would have been an ear and eye-opening experience, if not a shocking one. He turns His back on me in His fear. With Eve Libertine again taking on lead vocals, Shaved Women starts with her screaming out like a clarion call to the world:
I've heard too much about the people in the ghetto, Heard too much about the working class motto.
The whole track is startling in its ferocious passion though the actual meaning of it can only really be gauged by the photo montage on the back of the record's sleeve depicting a shaven-headed woman clutching a swaddled baby, depicted as running before a group of nuns led by a Seig-Heiling clergyman. Login with Facebook Error: You scooped the pits of Auschwitz. Heard too much about. What do Japanese punx thing of Crass?