"Bites & Remission" by Skinny Puppy is a classic that should be in your
"Manipulated" by Gravity Kills is pretty fun and dark and beat-ridden.
It's also the thing in this list I bought most recently, so you ought to
be able to find it.
"IBTABA" by Wire is pretty beat-full as well.
For historical perspective you should get some late Throbbing Gristle
stuff, or what they split into, namely Chris & Cosey and Psychic TV.
I like some of Cabaret Voltaire's stuff, like "Plasticity" and (I think)
"Red Mecca" (the latter is on vinyl, and all my vinyl is at work, and
I'm at home).
BTW Can you pick up KSPC (Claremont) in Pasadena? They used to place
good stuff when I was at Mudd.
Joseph S. Barrera III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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> Help! Now, forsooth, I am _gymming_ and my craving grows ever
> insatiable: I MUST HAVE MORE LOUD, REPETITIVE, SYNTHETIC