NO LESS should need no introduction to most. West Bay Coalition powerviolence devastation with a penchant for manic grind and song construction that was on an entirely different plane. Sure, plenty bands used samples and blatant nods to hip hop sounds and culture, but NO LESS were just advanced. The ability to play whatever weirdness popped into their heads, and an affinity for substances that kept those minds on the fringe at all times. Two demos included in one download, 1994's pro-dubbed Lesson II and a handwritten collection of self described "New Shit" from 1993. Choice tracks include "Buffalo's (sic) Stampeding," "Gin and Tonic" and the epic "Inner Lude - Just Kook Out All Over The Place." Absolute next level status.