A genuine discovery – from 1980. Exactly, this decade is not finished yet. The best thing about the resuscitation procedures of the music from the 1980’s is not, that one gets presented with the whole shebang once again, which was anyhow at the time already projected through the radio twenty-four-seven, rather that in the course of the recollection from the days of Postpunk, New Wave and Synth-pop abundant forgotten treasures are brought back to life. In this case the label Dark Entries has salvaged a northern English compilation from the surroundings of the band One Gang Logic from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, on which projects can be found, which have, beyond this DIY compilation, left little to none audible traces. (Solely the singer of the three times featured Thunderboys, Carmel McCourt, was supposed to, with her band Carmel, turn into a chart hit). On »Household Shocks« next to the duo One Gang Logic and their dark bubbling synthesizer-postpunk, there are further sensations like the Defectors and their hypnotic whirling melancholic-hymn „You Only Laughed“ and the electronic punk from Product of Reason. Rumors say, John Peel was one of the declared advocates of this record. One can very well comprehend. It’s good to have it back.