Some of you may have seen this one kicking around previously over at Capa Nostra Syndicate, but I believe there may be a skip or two on that particular upload. So apologies for the repetition, but here's a freshly ripped version of this quirky minimal synth/post-punk hybrid from 1981.
This particular LP actually serves as a nice companion to the VHF lp. Quirky synths, minimal beats, and a strange connection to bands like Devo, Voice Farm, and Futurisk. Of course, there's a few duds along the way, but I especially am fond the first track. Minimal synth fans should recognize David Kane, one of the album's main contributors. Better known as Quintronic, he's the man responsible for the Trek w/ Quintronic LPs, which you can get over at Mutant Sounds. Kane was responsible for the electronic elements of the LP, while Kent Weber (of the Fems), played all guitars and effects. Terry Sullivan, the vocalist, has no other releases as far as I can tell.
Celibates- A Shameless Fashion 1. Coming Alone 2. Keeping The Count 3. Making Moves At Random 4. Girls With Headphones 5. Rap City (In Blue) 6. She's The One 7. Reflex 8. Whipped Cream Girls