INTERNAL AUTONOMY are perhaps the complete antithesis of yesterday's noise assault. Female fronted late 80s UK peace punk showered with acoustic guitars and liberally effected ethereal vocals. Even the term "punk" might be a stretch on tunes like "One Fine Day," but IA were no doubt punks in their approach, and driving songs like "Persons Unknown" and "Burn The Witch" are fucking top notch anarcho shits that are impossible not to love. Together until the early 90s, INTERNAL AUTONOMY released several records (most notable to folks in the US was probably the Only You Have The Power 2x7" on Profane Existence in 1993) and this - their 4th demo.
Included at the beginning of the demo are the only two tracks I have from the drummer's side band MARBLE INDEX. The first is a dark goth punk burner called "Rose Marie," and then they confirm suspicions about their influences with a cover of SISTERS OF MERCY's "Alice." I've only got the two songs, and they came on the same cassette as the IA shit, so it seemed logical to throw it in...pretend they are bonus tracks on a CD retrospective. And pretend these are your liner notes.