Zoviet France's Collusion exudes a rare beauty for an album of such varied sounds (each track was originally released on a different compilation).
A wide range of stylistic choices are on display, from the chilling account of the brutal murder/suicides from Jonestown on Ram to the surprisingly sedated and subtly beautiful Something This Beautiful, the album is a pretty great find for those looking for a taste without drudging through 20 odd releases.
Though the first includes a long passage from a religious-revival preacher (complete with the sample used for the title of the early-'90s rave hit "Injected with a Poison"), the dark ambience and white noise of later songs like "Sprey," "First Vigil" and "White Dusk" make for a surprisingly exciting album.
A1 With Us Today
A2 Sucking the Instrument
B1 I Felt the Breath of my Assassin
B2 Soft and Close by Me
B3 False Witness