They were never the most original production crew - hey they even pinched their name from Future Sound Of London - but they did know how to rock. Later releases spawned "Melodia" and "Welcome", both exceptional tracks, but this is their first. As far as I know, they don't think much of it these days, but it holds good memories for me. If there's a flaw, it's that each track tries to do too much, but it's also what makes them interesting - there's a fusion going on here of pretty much every sound they were into at the time - rave, house or techno.
Even so, my favorite bit is on the centre label: "...anyone found copying, broadcasting or sampling this record will be hunted & shot".
A1 Resist The Beat
A2 Raving Mad
B1 The Witch And Her Spell
B2 Barefoot In Sydney