Goodness me, goodness me industrial disease.
Around the time that big hair and parachute pants were all the fashion a new sound was being forged on the streets of Chicago by a small independent label and record store called Wax Trax Records. Bands like Ministry and The Revolting Cocks found a home and began creating a buzz that would later become known as Industrial Dance music.
Today’s Runner, RevCo’s 1990 release Beers, Steers & Queers may sound a little primitive by today’s standards, but back then, on the Chicago dance club scene, it was all the rage. Clocking in at over and hour and fifteen minutes, you’re guaranteed to lose 5 pounds sweating to this oldie.