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    i say - there's some awfully good tunes on here chaps! Rema Rema? Spizz? MARS? Solipsik? Scritti? etc etc. Some i knw & have, some all new - very good. i've not bothered with his text - makes not a jot of sense to me!!!!!
    I was actually going to point out that Hair & Skin Trading Company were about half of post-split Loop, but the prolix-prone Mr Cope beat me to it.

    If anyone's interested, their first single 'Ground Zero' is absolutely fantastic and nothing like the last two Loop albums (which is a good thing). Much more sample-based. The rest of the album, however, including the track Mr Cope posts about, is largely mince.

    Anyone still pining for some new(ish) post punk goodness should check out I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness's album that came out a couple of years ago. It's produced by Paul Barker out of the Revolting Cocks / Ministry and is rather splendid.
    I really like Main, the other half of Loop. People often say Metal Machine Music (mentioned in another thread) is the sound of a guitar leaning on an amp. It isn't. A lot of Main is, albeit with someone squeaking a chair nearby, or dropping a feather near the strings, occasionally picking the thing up and playing a cool tune...and is infinitely more listenable and enjoyable than Lou Reed's effort.
    Yes, Main albums were great explorations of the guitar's outer reaches, especially Hydra-Calm, Firmament III (my favourite) and the Hz collection of EPs, which came in a beautifully designed box.
    Don Letts played the Material with Nona Hendryx track from a recent post-punk sampler on his 6Music show the other night.
    Album nothing to do with J. Cope. Looks like a varied & not so obvious selection from that era.
    Called "Bustin' Out:New Wave to the New Beat-The Post Punk Era 1979-1971"
    1. Tubeway Army - Replicas
    2. Killing Joke - Almost Red
    3. Lizzy Mercier Descloux - Fire
    4. Bush Tetras - Too Many Creeps
    5. Loose Joints - Is It all over My Face
    6. Material & Nona Hendryx - Bustin' Out
    7. Josef K - Sorry for Laughing
    8. Chris & Cosey - Heartbeat
    9. Moev - Cracked Mirror
    10. Front 242 - Body to Body
    11. Tuxedomoon - Desire
    12. Dead Can Dance - Frontier (1981 demo)
    13. No More - Suicide Commando
    14. 23 Skiddoo - The Gospel Comes to New Guinea