Any momentary disappointment occurring when aging music journos realise that ZZT is not a typo and therefore won't be involving Paul Morley and Trevor Horn quickly disappears thanks to a combination of the press release for Lower State of Consciousness and the record itself.
The press release, you see, is nothing more than a phonetic recreation of the sounds you'll find on the CD. To quote:
"weeee weeeee weeeee weeeeeee doum chak doum chak...
...evil evil evil...
No drivel about how they're the greatest thing since Flowered Up or The Troggs, no dubious biographical 'facts' about how they were raised by iguanas in Newport, no wink-wink nudge-nudge about how they consumed half the GNP of Columbia while holed away in Accrington putting the final touches to this single.
Instead, just the plain, honest truth about how this song sounds like a bonkers few minutes of electronic beeping interspersed with a bit of squelchy feedback, no lyrics and a B-side that may involve Justice. Pure, pure brilliance.