Industrial Records, the label of Throbbing Gristle, first released this pop gem in October 1980 and it was possibly the straightest yet weirdest release the label ever did. Dorothy was described as a 19 year old with no prior releases, but was actually Max the drummer from Rema Rema with help in the song writing department from Alex Ferguson from Alternative TV and Genesis P-Orridge. 'I Confess' is a perfect super cute pop ditty with lyrics that sound like a catholic confession. The flip side 'Softness' is a DIY disco dance floor nugget with Dorothy's silky smooth vocals. Includes a 12 page booklet with ephemera related to the original Industrial Records release as well as a extract of Dorothy upcoming memoirs.