The raw and uncompromising sound of Leeds, England-based Bedlam Ago Go arose in the frustration of surviving in two inner city casing advancements. Leigh Kenny (b. Kent, Britain; vocals), Phil Naylor (consumer electronics), John Ludman (bass) and Twill (electric guitar) emerged together within the middle-90s from disparate musical backgrounds. Kenny and Naylor acquired caused different audio systems, while Twill was a veteran of many local punk rings. After signing towards the Sony S2 label, they composed and rehearsed materials because of their debut recording within the four-track studio room that they had bought making use of their progress. The music group’s chaotic fusion of punk, dub and hip-hop was melded into form by Prodigy collaborator Neil McLellan. Kenny’s lyrics on songs like the singles ‘Smooth 29’, ‘Time of year No. 5’ and ‘Asylum’ had been frank and troubling snapshots of contemporary urban culture, coping with the attendant subject material of assault, unemployment, medicines, paranoia and mental disease. Following the launch of the recording Kenny left to create a new device LSK, who produced their debut in 2000 with Mosaic. The recording featured vocal the help of Kenny’s sister Rhianna, who quickly afterwards released her own single career.