World domination enterprise
World Domination Enterprises were an English indie rock band active in the s. The band mixed elements of indie rock, post-hardcore and dub. World.
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Description:World Domination Enterprises Interview: With their debut reissued at last, Wyndham Wallace tells his story and wonders if the time is finally right for them to do big business It was a noise like no other, wrapped around a skeletal framework of punk, dub, rockabilly, reggae, hip hop and pop. Of the many and varied noise records that I have bought or had brought to my attention before and since — Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine, Health, Keiji Haino, Lighning Bolt — few provoke such extreme reactions from friends: Nothing shreds my speakers so regularly at such volume; its overpowering, monstrous immensity is a source of relief, a panacea for frustration, a primitive, deafening howl. When people ask what World Domination Enterprises sound like, the simplest answer is that they tear the flesh from my bones in the most deliriously pleasurable fashion imaginable. And so, despite a cover feature from Melody Maker and the patronage of David Bowie who invited them to support him in Cardiff , the band were soon torn apart by almost apocryphal means: