Originally self-released as a 7'' in 1982, Plath's self-titled release is definitely one of the obscure gems of the Italian underground. Plath were a duo from Prato, formed in 1982 by Silvia Innocenti (voice, bass guitar) and Fabrizio Lucarini (synth, drum machine). Plath were influenced by Throbbing Gristle and early Cabaret Voltaire works. A side includes the original single in full, with the classic "I Am Strange Now", recently unearthed by Alessio Natalizia (Not Waving) in his monumental Mutazione (2013). The B side contains a killer percussive edit of Alessandro Adriani made for the most crazy mental dancefloors.
|A1||I Am Strange Now|
|A2||Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl)|
|B1||Proletarian Submission 2 (The Howl)|
Remix – Alessandro Adriani