This energy-core spazz-out session just might make you want to try to attach yourself to the ceiling with your teeth. The Blood Brothers meld upbeat, awkwardly rhythmic garage-core with a dual breakdance scream-athon, piano, and riot-inciting caterwauling. The concept-album-esque title and theme of March on Electric Children revolve around degraded entertainment, based on an abstract and dark short story that makes up the lyrics and liner notes. Seamlessly composed and adrenaline-inspired, the whole collaboration results in something more catchy than it should be, something you'll find yourself singing over and over again as you plan to throw yourself out a window. Few albums that attempt such a style are so well thought out, structured, and put to tape; the Blood Brothers pull it off with no doubts about their determination and ability. Prepare yourself to morph into a robot and chew up the floor.
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AllMusic Review by Blake Butler