LHS exist in their own musical dimension of BLACK FLAG, LOVE, and THE MINUTEMEN. Fiji kicks off with the folk-rocker, "Triggers & Knives," which could have been recorded by ARTHUR LEE and company back in the '60s. Then you're immediately thrown into the hardcore melee of the next three songs until side A closes with the syncopated instrumental, "BHS." Side B gets even more out there with two eerie instrumentals, a folk-punk number, a straight-up hardcore thrasher and a weirdo BUTTHOLE SURFERS-style track. LHS are punk rock at it's challenging, unpredictable, original best.