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“A one-man project out of Los Angeles, Agitprop 666 makes ugly, noisy EBM from the old school, all messily dissected samples, reverb-drenched breakbeats, and thickly rumbling bass synths. Thematically, this album runs the gamut from the political commentary of title track "Mind Control" to the morbidly grotesque, as on the deliberately provocative "Cannibal Corpse," which features prison interviews with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. "The Final Solution," which deals with Nazi death camps, manages to combine both interests.... .....This is rough stuff by today's standards, with neither the melodic hooks of pop-infused EBM nor the distorted but simplistic beats of power noise, but fans of more avant-garde fare like early Skinny Puppy (especially the B-sides) will really be able to appreciate this confrontational debut.”