"Anoraknophobia" (1991) with its gatefold sleeve.
The Phonophone press release heralded its release as "both a homage to 60s pop culture and
Furk Zhenk's attempt to update the themes behind The Who's masterwork for a 90s audience".
Furk is quoted as saying, "Pete Townsend has always been a huge favourite with us. In the 60s, whenever
we were in London, we would go to see The Who play. Their sound has been a big influence on Kilopop!
In fact, if you listen closely to our records you will hear that anyone who has ever played drums for us
has played in a Keith Moon way."