M'lady's writes: "Possibly the most sought-after LP in this set, Jack Ketch & the Crowmen were (to our knowledge) a one-off group, with Billy, Bruce and Bertie out of the Milkshakes. Brutal basement executioner styles abound here, dark songs from a dark place. Incredible and mysterious, not surprising for a group named after Britain's most infamously inept hangman. For the believers."
Reissued by M'lady's in close participation with Billy Childish (Thee Headcoats), Bruce Brand and Damaged Goods Records.