This album has united two Lithuanian projects under a theme of
resistance. Papua New Guinea cannibals' resistance against outsider
effects is different from resistance of interwar period Lithuanian
guerrillas, but you can find these associations on a musical plane, and
Body Cargo and Pogrom each present their own interpretations. Both
projects deliver four solo tracks each. Body Cargo's creations are
filthy post-morten and Pogrom this time seeks a balance between
aggression and romance (there's even a piano!). There are also two joint
tracks, where first Pogrom does sounds and Body Cargo delivers vocals
and then vice versa.
10 tracks and a playing time of more than an hour. This is the first Body Cargo release on CD!
You can also find a symbolic link between two labels that released this
album. Cipher Productions is geographically closer to Body Cargo themes
and Terror is on the same land as Pogrom. Jewel case packaged with an 8
page booklet, 300 copies.