Taint Pluribus Taint Unum - (1987)
Recommended to those who want to experience The Cows at their most impenetrable and noisy. This is not to say that this record is worthless, but it is relentless. And, if you tire of guitar feedback, screeched vocals and a rhythm section that only infrequently knows what it's doing, this may be more than you can handle. However, fans of Japanese noise acts like The Boredoms and some of John Zorn's more extreme jazzcore outfits might think this is pretty cool. This album has been long out of print and surprisingly has never been released on cd. It can be assumed that Amrep could not get the rights from the very defunct Treehouse records label.