Even people who might dislike Ten Second's self-titled debut album will have to admit that it is highly interesting. Ten Seconds is Bill Forth (guitar and vocals) and Jeff Fayman (keyboards). Aparently this album arose as a result of Forth and Fayman wanting to expand on industrial music. What better way to accomplish this than to have pioneer music experimentalist Robert Fripp (of King Crimson) and contemporary industrialist Bill Rieflin (Ministry) on the album? Fripp contributes a great deal in terms of Soundscapes, which complement Fayman's keyboard work well. The guitars and vocals are processed (something I like) in almost all the songs, resulting in some very interesting and unique noise. This album is excellent, and definitely worth checking out if you're into electronic noise in the slightest.