Laraaji describes this album as: “Casio synth jams recorded at spiritual retreat guest rooms and a tiny bedroom on the Upper West Side in 1984, lysergically-spectacular anthems for a continually arriving new moment.” Oh. K.
According to Wikipedia: "Iggy Pop praised their version and stated: "That's good. She sings it well and she threw a little note in when she sings it, that I wish I had thought of, it's kind of improved it [...]. The horn thing is good."
Fred Frith on Burns Black Bison guitar, Casio, radio, voice, WW II pilot's throat microphone; Bill Laswell on 4- and 6-string bass guitars, pocket trumpet; and Fred Maher – drums, percussion. Frith also recorded this song with his group Skeleton Crew, but I like this version better.