This album may just be the oddest on display here in the Vault's record library, and that's saying something! I found it for a dollar in a cutout bin and just had to have it. I mean, how often do you find an album of sounds and music for your at-home S & M sessions fronted by a crazed uber-queen, on the Hot Waffle label no less?
Side A features eerie background music that drones on for about twenty minutes, and side B repeats the same track, only with the added bonus of the occasional whip-crack sound effect and some poor bastard screaming, "Yaaaah!" by way of emphasis. Why is this not available on CD?