1. (00:03:41) Terrorvision - Problem Solved
2. (00:03:27) Terrorvision - Ships That Sink
3. (00:04:32) Terrorvision - American TV
4. (00:03:29) Terrorvision - New Policy One
5. (00:04:02) Terrorvision - Jason
6. (00:03:22) Terrorvision - Killing Time
7. (00:03:44) Terrorvision - Urban Space Crime
8. (00:04:01) Terrorvision - Hole for a Soul
9. (00:05:27) Terrorvision - Don\'t Shoot My Dog
10. (00:02:56) Terrorvision - Desolation Town
11. (00:03:06) Terrorvision - My House
12. (00:04:00) Terrorvision - Human Being
Playing Time.........: 00:45:48
Included.............: NFO, M3U
Covers...............: Front Back CD
Total Size...........: 63.5 MB
Formaldehyde is the first album by the rock band Terrorvision. It was recorded at The Chapel in June 1992, with all songs written and arranged by Terrorvision. Released in 1993.
Debut release from the Bradford based quartet leading the early 90\'s post-grunge \'Brit-Rock\' revolution. Terrovision took influence from the declining grunge bands such as Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. To this they added a sense of energy anda positive attitude which led to a sound akin to their counterparts Kerbdog and The Wildhearts. The single, \'Jason\', displays the underlying darkness to their pop-rock.
This is the little known of debut album from the classisest thing ever to come out of Bradford. Its solid stuff all the way through, more heavy than their latest stuff but don\'t let that put you off. Best tunes: \'Desolation Town\', \'My House\' and \'American TV\'- this one even has a sample from Robocop of all places. I rate this on a par with \'Regular Urban Survivors\' but behind \'How to make friends...\' - their masterpiece to date.