LP - Black Vinyl.
Sonic Youth takes a shot at "Into the Groove" (renamed "Into the Groovey") and manages to mold a fantastic dirge out of the original. Thurston Moore's lazy vocals pair up with Madonna's sampled voice seamlessly, and the low-quality production only adds to the homegrown feel.
Besides Kim Gordon's karaoke remake of "Addicted to Love," little else on this album resembles a normal song. Edgy noise experiments and heavy sound manipulation make these songs more than interesting, and the emphasis on dance rhythms keeps things from getting too unlistenable. Although the song order is questionable (after the first song there is a minute of silence), this album is incredibly fun and experimental. Although it was only a side project, the intense creativity of this time in Sonic Youth's career spills out all over this album, making it a rare treat for fans.
4. Platoon II
6. Me & Jill/Hendrix Cosby
7. Burnin' Up (Mike Watt Original Demo)
8. Hi! Everybody
9. Children of Satan/Third Fig
10. Two Cool Rock Chicks Listening to Neu
11. Addicted to Love
13. March of the Ciccone Robots
14. Making the Nature Scene
15. Tuff Titty Rap
16. Into the Groovey