NIGHT SOIL MAN – Garden of Delights LP

December 7, 2009

 I only recently heard ‘Garden of Delights’ this year when I eventually decided to pick it up out of interest. The future Drive Like Jehu rhythm section of Mike Kennedy and Mark Trombino play on this record, making it something of a curiosity piece. Released on Vinyl Communications in 1989 it’s hard exactly to see where this kind of prog-punk fitted at the time. It’s not the easiest of listens, taking the lurching off kilter Honor Role sound and combining it with bizarre female vocals. Obviously the barrage provided the rhythm section is present but with a not so great production, luckily 2 years later we have the monumental Jehu LP to fulfil any shortcomings:


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