Carter U.S.M were two people, a drum machine and a synthesiser. It’s a late 80’s alternative synth punk fusion that appealed to a new generation of discontented young voters. They were the poets of the working class in 1990’s Britain. They sang odes to the underdog and the socially inept; they gave a voice to the losers in crappy accommodation and the homeless bums that lurked around the rear of your local student union building. In short, they were what Britain needed at that time. This first album sounds dated now but the lyrics are still as relevant as ever.