Hippy dippy weirdo country bumpkin acid-laced sketches, twangs, songs, and jams. James Toth is known as Wooden Wand and Neil Michael Hagerty is better known for his work in Royal Trux. Was recorded in one month (probably shorter than that) in Denver. Nonsensical spoken interludes and jokes in between songs (usually the last 15-20 seconds, accompanied by bells). Excellent musicianship (complex, snarling riffage) and pretty lighthearted. No FCCs.
1. Hagerty-led oddball upbeat slightly outsider-y feel weirdo pop. (2:36)
2. Appalachian folk meets golden gate special brownies jaunt. Toth-led song, "Sunset Dust." (3:23)
*3. Slower groove, bass showcase. Toth-led. (4:29)
4. Faster upbeat rhythmic with subtler waves of percussion and Hagerty's nasal vocal cracks. (2:09)
*5. Sweet Home Alabama rock and or roll by dudes on drugs. Actually kind of nice. There's a quiet noise/ambient/field recordings section for the final 2 minutes. Toth vox. (4:53)
6. Jam. 18 minutes. Instrumental. Trippy. Harmonica. Tambourine. Lots of post-punky guitar feedback. Some of you are going to play it simply based on that. The rest of you won't. That's okay. (18:05)