Aww, man. I was hoping you meant someone choreographed a bunch of industrial machinery to make industrial music analog style.
Sadly, it's actually not that far from the regular ol' industrial music of the variety you hear on the radio. Er, I mean, music of the music industry.
And I thought the IBM songbook was scary.
You don't know from scary.
Bah! I listen to Russian hip-hop and Lovecraftian solstice carols voluntarily. Your old New Jersey songs hold no sway over me.
I always wondered where the intro to Less than Jake's "Never Going Back to New Jersey" was from.
It's funny, I just got home from performing a poser show with my laptop, and I'm totally sampling these for the next one.
I sampled from this collection frequently when I was living and playing iSv shows in Vegas around 2001. Good times.
"iSv"? I know this is short for something I should know.
I am fascinated with the concept of the triad of American Standard bathroom odes. Then I started looking at the rest of the titles and thought about a whole bathroom opera. I'm not sure if I'm looking forward to or scared of the bathroom oriented "Shake It!", though.
I actually have the SGI Octane album somewhere. It is horrible.