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As far as I know, Pseudo Echo is nothing _but_ cheese. Yes, enjoyable cheese, in a retro-camp sort of way, but cheese nonetheless. And I'm still awaiting the reissue of their debut album "Autumnal Park" (or simply "Pseudo Echo," here in the US), which is the most enjoyable of their three albums. It's quite faithful to, and almost singularly representative of, the wiry new-wave synthesized stuff of the early to mid-eighties, which, at this point, is more dated than any music from any other era; the kind of music that evokes visions of pink mohawk spikes, subway graffiti, and leather jackets on girls. Sadly, Pseudo Echo's two latter albums are complete garbage, particularly "Race," which is one of the worst albums of the '80s (in which the band infamously apes Van Halen in the worst way).