The tracks span from rough sequencing of “Spirals Of Smoke Drifting From Soot Stained Chimneys” to rude stomper “Message From Filippo and to “Blast!”, which feels like sitting in a car currently showered in a car wash station. The catharsis arrives with daunting 303 cut “Sea Shore Acid”, serving as a shark alarm to expel all sunbathers.
In recent times Hamburg’s Helena Hauff has been sighted twice on Bunker’s hawkish offshoot Panzerkreuz. As a member of Black Sites she appeared on a split EP with Ghettogem and now the Dutch label’s number 1028 features a ruff solo effort by Fräulein Hauff.
The guys behind early Bunker tools have found a sister in arms when “Return To Disorder” is essentially about dirty ghetto drums and blistering acid lines. A six-tracker with total playtime of 35 minutes qualifies for a mini-album and offers great moments to those who know.