5 The birth of cyberpunkcy8erm4n | 03/03/2008 | See all cy8erm4n's reviews (6)It was 1986, punk had been & went & either synth pop we all associate with the 80s or dark & depressing were the only real choices. Along came SSS with orange hair only matched in height by their pink stillettoes. They talked of world domination & were going to be the next big thing. Such was the hype by the time this, their 1st album came round they had reportedly siged a £4 million deal with EMI, secured Gorgio Moroder as a producer & sold the space between the songs as advertising space. As controversial as they were flambouyant most people never actually listened to the music, which if you do is actually rather good. The opening Love Missile F1-11 (for which they filmed a promo to the promo video) was also the 1st single & has the Sputstyle electronic space bass many a fan still yearns for. Similar style can be heard in the 2nd single 21st Century Boy & fan favourite Sex Bomb Boogie. Other songs were remixed by Moroder in the worry that they would sound too similar but are available on other releases (check out the best of) with the original sound. This is bone shaking electronic rock n roll at its best & at this price what have you got to lose. This album should be in every top 100 going but isn't so if you seek the alternative & want to find out where Prodigy, Primal Scream, U2 & anyone who tries to use bpm with pounding bass got their ideas look no further.