36D ( which stands for “36D”) is the long-lost result of a loud union among some of Detroit’s strongest bands. Recorded in the early months of 1991 and promptly held hostage in a messy divorce settlement, this lascivious powerfest joined Ed Alterman of Slot, Big Chief’s Mark Dancey, Barry Henssler, and Phil Durr with Robert Eastway and Dan Ross of early 80’s harder-than-hardcore outfit, Born Without A Face. The suite of song here are evocative of hometown lust and loss, but “sensitive they’re not – they’re every bit as guitar-heavy and groove-intensive as good body-moving music should be. Recorded, Mixed, And Mastered By Al Sutton @ White Room – Detroit, Mi. Art by Mark Dancey. Limited 1000 Unit Pressing.