I am in the night
I am every part of it
The consumption of its beast 
The deck that it deals
The veins that bleed
The caress of its serpent

I am the night
As it writhes and undulates toward dawn
It moans and cries a symphony of anger
I am its agony as it struggles against the light
And dies with the strike of the Sun God.

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1995 - Human Pitbull/London Records - 422 828 591-2

1Massive Tangled Muscle3:46
2Pigskin Parade3:14
7A Case of Bad Face4:06
8Remember Zelda*2:56
9Disease or Accident4:02
10Washington D.C.*5:37
Total Time41:56

Executive Producer:Henry Rollins,Recorded by Steve Mack,Assisted by
Jamie Ewart except * recorded by Harvey Birrell.All songs mixed by
Henry Rollins and David Bianco.All songs written by Die Cheerleader
except "Washington D.C." written by Die Cheerleader/D.Slick.
All songs published by Human Pitbull Music (BMI).
"Washington D.C." contains an interpretation
of "Somebody to Love" written by Darby Slick and
published by Irving Music, Inc. (BMI).
Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision Mastering,
Los Angeles. Mixed at Larabee Studios.

Design and image manipulation by PLASMA-ART+(GONOVA)
Original photography by Ruth Rubine.

Rita Blazyca - Guitar
Debbie Quargnolo - Bass
Sam Ireland - Vocals
Andy Semple - Drums

Dave's Comments:

Rollins takes on the role of executive producer here, and he's standing behind a very good band. The music is just what you'd expect from a band that Rollins speaks so highly of: The music is hard, driving, and well played. The lyrics are interesting and definitely merit the listener's attention and contemplation. The relative lack of success of this release can only be seen as a typical illustration of how the music industry functions: Despite the fact this work was released with a distribution deal through London Records, this still was not enough to succeed in a marketplace that is literally controlled by the big label machine. This CD is as good or better than most things I've heard, check it out!

David Tenenbaum (08.29.99)