Heuristics Inc.'s second album, "Your domestic problems are completely solved," is a 12-track trip through catchy sample-laden tracks about robots, threatening dark ambient pieces, long danceable songs, and some less identifiable electronic genres. The album is a collection of tracks Heuristics Inc. created as a member of the Internet supergroup Tapegerm, in which the members share loops and sounds and create mixes using them. "Domestic problems," for short, is the second CD to feature Heuristics Inc.'s Tapegerm tracks and is the successor to 2003's "Fluffy Dinosaur Attack."
Review from Smother.net:
Well first off they're friends with Arthur Loves Plastic so they deserve an ovation for knowing a beautifully gifted musical mind right off. Assembling samples amid techno beats and bleeps, Heuristics Inc. does so with a knowledge base filled to the brim with a wacky Mystery Science Theatre sense of humor. "An Ill-Advised Break-In at Karate School" would get even the stoic Mr. Miyagi off his feet and dancing with its chopped up karate hi-ya's and gnarly beat. I love music like this, it's a wonderful breakaway from the generic techno and electronic music that seemingly is everywhere these days, even in bad car commercials. And the Dilbert comic was greatly appreciated by one engineer who finds marketing a vast waste bucket of lost common sense.