The past due-’80s intersection of industrial EBM (electronic body music) and acid home proved strong in the careers of Psychic TV and Front 242 aswell as Bigod 20, the acid home project of longtime EBM producer Talla 2XLC. A trio composed of Talla plus maker Jallokin and later on vocalist Zip Campisi, the group debuted in 1988 with a set of club strikes, “Body to Body” and “America” — the second option with extra songwriting credits by Richard 23 and Patrick Codenys of Front side 242. Trouble using their label pressured a hiatus of over 2 yrs, however when the main label Sire Information came phoning in 1992, Bigod 20 authorized an American offer. The first solitary under the agreement was “The Bog,” with 242 vocalist Jean Luc DeMeyer. The duo added Zip Campisi to sing on the debut album Metal Works, released later on that yr. By 1994’s Supercute nevertheless, Talla 2XLC acquired still left for what could loosely end up being termed a single career, recording by himself for Polygram, Suck Me Plasma and Cleopatra.