Test Dept. ‎– The Unacceptable Face Of Freedom

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Ministry Of Power ‎– MOP 2
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A1 Fuckhead 5:37
A2 51St State Of America 4:04
A3 Comrade Enver Hoxha 4:59
A4 Fist 3:33
B1 Statement
Voice [Involving] – Alan Sutcliffe
4:25
B2 The Crusher 4:04
B3 Victory 4:10
B4 Corridor Of Cells 8:02

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Comes in a multi-foldout sleeve which forms a crucifix shape when unfolded.
A later reissue came in a normal jacket.

Nuetrament (On TDA Face1)
Rico (On TDA Face 2)

℗ & © 1986 Some Bizzare
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  • Matrix / Runout: MOP 2 A¹ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout: MOP 2 B¹ DEMOCRACY DYED WITH BLOOD 141 MPO

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IndustrialSoundtrack

IndustrialSoundtrack

December 29, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Classic album. Test Dept 'Statement' is featured in our film Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay www.industrialsoundtrack.com .
migmag

migmag

May 12, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
I bought this in 1986, and have always loved it. Yesterday, I watched Walter Hill's The Driver, and discovered that TUFoF' Corridor of Cells borrows/samples Michael Small's opening credits theme. Has anyone noticed it?
distantHum

distantHum

January 11, 2004

LP cover unfolds to create a large (3 feet across, 4 feet from top to bottom) cross.
"Fuckhead" is still an amazing feat of sound to me... bagpipes and a strident protest rant over minimalistic loops and a butt-shaking hardcore beat (accented by what seems to be a cowbell getting the crap beat out of it). Almost makes you forget that this is supposed to be "industrial" music.