Release Info: Sanity Plexus- Devil's Deception 12''
Almost had a heart attack when my freshly mailed copy of this had sibilance issues. Fortunately, it was just a brief turntable malfunction, and I'm able to bring you this stellar debut from England's Sanity Plexus.
The two-piece band hailed from Manchester, home of some of the best post-punk bands in the world, so you can expect some fruitful gems here. Aggressive drum machines (most running a similar, but effective program), incisive guitar work, yet solid, danceable rhythms. A real treat!
It seems the band earned quite the following during their tenure, which lasted for three LPs. The band grew poppier and less aggressive with each release, which culminated in a name change. Sexus, as the band would then be known, grew in popularity into the early 1990s with a more acid house sound, typical of England at the time. Sexus released two LPs before disbanding.
You can fill in a few more details by visiting the band's site, which appears to be run by a member. You can also download the title track from the band's second release, the Tough Guy Shell 12''. Without any further ado, here's the info for this killer release.
Sanity Plexus- Devil's Deception 12''
2. Masculine Mask
4. A Boy Can Get Scared
6. Service With a Smile
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