...So goes one of the strangest sounding punk songs ever released, "Endless Blockades For the Pussyfooter" by the mysterious Japanese speedcore band G.I.S.M. Originally released in the U.S. on the P.E.A.C.E. compilation issued by the MDC's R Randical Records in 1985, this song and the band's bizarre "Anarchy & Violence" artwork was a strong standout for its weird chugging metal riffs, a guitar solo that sounds like it was recorded from a pair of headphones, clumsy English lyrics sung in cartoony voices and -- above all else -- the weirdly random delay-drenched talking throughout the song.
To me, "Endless Blockades..." has always been the original "All Your Base Are Belong To Us." (if you're not familiar, be sure to click this link and watch the video!)
Very little is actually known about the band, but there are two fan websites that outline the basics known about its discography and feature G.I.S.M.'s stark artwork and the few blurry photos that only add to the band's mystique.