"The first ever soundtrack to a font. Experimental music inspired by the Italian Futurist Movement 1908-1943. CD includes a bonus font." "Compendium of very-post-1920 actions (with a certain Futurist bent) by a (mostly) dead-obscure obscure lot of sonic idealists. Featured: Daniel Lewis, XJ Donahue, Tony Conrad, John Avery Bice, Intonarumori, An Odessa Artery, Paul Szp, Hiens Hoffman-Richter, and Tom Kostusiak. The CD extra portion contains a P22 font catalogue and a free 'Dada' font (bitmapped, postscript and TrueType suitcases) for use on most hybrid end-user computation stations. The Tony Conrad track is an odd one alright; Midi-repeat attack melodies and some classy sprech-stimme employed to 'cover' a 'topical wartime hymn', and at 14 minutes in length it's a quarter of the CD. Confounding." -- Hrvatski.