Perverted songs with porno bass grooves and some equally nasty electric guitar, accented by all kinds of other instruments, effects, UFO screams, and drawly Texan vocals. The "ultra weirdos!" on the plastic sleeve sums things up pretty well. Only noting the first or my favorite FCC violation for each track. The liner notes do a better track-by-track than I ever could, so check them out. Some songs sound like Frank Zappa on Over-Nite Sensation, and there's hints of a Minutemen influence. but otherwise pretty unique– listen to this album, KZSU is lucky to have it.
4 (1:55) Constant record-scratching effects produced by a cut-up laugh track (taken from "the infamous child-molestor episode" as per the liners), guitar soloing, and some light keys near the end.
*8 (3:34) Heavy bass kicks things off, 70s grungy guitar comes in to provide texture. High-pitched, white-boy-soul vocals. Sex lyrics not quite FCC bad here.
9 (5:35) Jim Morrison/Bowie hybrid vocals, with early 70s Bowie guitars. Pretty repetitive, not bad though.
13 (4:12) 80s synth pop bass section, 50s rock and roll guitar, Geddy Lee/Fleetwood Mac vocals with more 80s pop lyrics
**1 (4:15) FCC "I take my dick and jack it, all over my baseball jacket". Loungy, jazzy, country, funky, chugging along at the end.
2 (2:40) FCC "pussy" Violent Femmes vocals, sleazy 70s electric guitar.
3 (3:12) FCC "fuckin'" Straightforward guitar jam/edgy lyrics, shrieky effects.
5 (2:40) FCC general descriptions of dicks and what they do. Tex-mex acoustic jamming
6 (2:35) FCC sexual imagery/descriptors. Music is a good example of Dick Panthers' upbeat, varied guitars without as many of the effects or weirdness that comes out on other tracks.
7 (3:46) FCC more sex. One of the more boring tracks, long and somewhat plodding.
10 (1:19) FCC "fuckin'" trippy monologue on hotwheels vs matchbox
11 (2:20) FCC fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck cock fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck 50s rock n roll sock hop
*12 (3:28) FCC "fuckin'" Dick Panthers does R&B/trippy soft rock