The final album I decided to endure that was released by Susan Lawly Records was "Extreme Music from Women", I pretty much knew what I was in store for because I'd bought the Africa and Japan parts of the series as well and had been utterly stunned by the terrible "music" on them.
The experimental electronic music comes across as a mixture of fuzz, buzz and distortion, it's hard to describe it as anything more than annoying, the title of the album comes across as rather vague but don't be fooled into thinking it's either metal or just slightly eccentric music - it's an assault on the ears!
Whilst undeserved of 2 stars, it is ever so slightly better than the other two volumes I had a listen to, I'm not sure whether you could say that it had a woman's touch about it but the vocals which don't really qualify as singing are ever so slightly more easier to make out than the other albums.
Overall I wouldn't recommend this album to even my worst enemy, a dooyoo review of the album was the one saving grace it offered me! If you are indeed a fan of "noise music" then you may see the merit in this album but I can't really feel it!