Released in February 2010 in an edition of 200 cassettes.
"What's actually here is poppoid, but in a rather experimental context, not unlike some of the most melodic constructions of the LAFMS gang. Swank."
-- Byron Coley in Wire Magazine
"Human Resources have been echoing on repeat across the convoluted labyrinth of tunnels which stretch like the blood vessels of the evil Hydra which is the bunker where we dream our evil dreams, a corrupted Mt. Rushmore carved with the faces of the Great Psychodelians, Delia is there, and so are Mark E. Smith, Blixa Bargeld, Roky Ericsson, Thurston Moore and many others, severe and enigmatic like Easter Island faces, perhaps a slight shift in their countenance, is that a smile, at the subtle reverberations of the music to which we revel in our forbidden chambers."