Black Anarchy tapes deliver 22 minutes of patience testing rudimentary UK punk courtesy of VOMIT. The cover calls this the Nihilist Insurrection demo, and honestly that name is more fitting than the Live In The System moniker scrawled on the tape label. Seven songs (there were 8 on the tape, but "You Cannot Hide" was damaged and warped far beyond repair) played at a grade school level and recorded in a manner that highlights the "quaint" ineptitude of VOMIT. Female vocals are shrieked at timeless intervals, plodding drums bash out one of two standard UK punk beats and a guitar fumbles away at one string, typically not venturing beyond the three notes per song ratio. But the thing that confuses me the most is that I LOVE THIS!! Yes, it's fucking awful, but VOMIT assault every aspect of my senses simultaneously, and drench everything in accidental and incidental noise (including AM radio fuzz and other random soundscapes between songs...and sometimes during them) so that the result is sometimes an amalgamation of CRASS and THROBBING GRISTLE. There is even more magic on Side 2, but the tape snapped in half two songs in, so I'll hold that one off till a later day (after my ringing endorsement of "Yes, it's fucking awful" I'm sure that all Terminal Escape readers are anxiously awaiting the tape's repair), but today you get seven inept attempts at song and one brilliant 6+ minute noise assault likely created in someone's bedroom 25 some odd years ago. You win.