One of the more overlooked post-punk bands to come out of the early 90's, Cop Shoot Cop scared away all the high school alternative kids with their heavy, dual bass chops; eerie samples; and sinister (sometimes distorted) vocals. Interference is no exception, as the noisy, buzzsaw guitars (the latter of which are especially heard on "Turning Inside Out") and all-around angst complete this EP. Cop Shoot Cop sometimes resemble a more industrial Jesus Lizard on 45 rpms. Very original and criminally ignored, this is yet another out-of-print, quarter-bin gem.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco