She definitely had a unique sound which may not be to everyones taste, the best description would be a cross between X-Ray Spex and Kleenex. Her vocals are definitely different, and the songs have a jerky feel with the rhythm changing throughout so you never no what is going to happen next.
I like this single, especially the a-side 'Aerosol Burns' but you have a listen and leave a comment and tell ASFM what you think. The other side looks like there are two tracks and there is a little gap after 'World Friction' and then an instrumental (I Have left the two tracks connected - not sure if they are meant to be - does anyone out there know?)
One etching on the a-side "Good Luck With The Exams", the other side has "AA" so I guess this is supposed to be a double a-side single. Difficult to tell. Again does anyone out there know?
Band: Essential Logic
Label: Cells Records
1. Aerosol Burns
2. World Friction
Ripped from glorious scratched vinyl:
If you like this, then buy this, it includes both sides of this posting plus other singles