released January 15, 2020
Mostly* written and performed by:
GEVEREND with his guitars Strum-Strum, Woody, and Swirly, and some computer noises
BRUSHWOOD with his Bang-O-Tron full of Tupperware, cookie tins, plus some “real” percussion thrown in
QUEENIE with her violins Betty White and Baby Vee, her ukulele Uko Ono, some congas, and a badass red bass that was signed by dUg
TINY and his basses The Shark and Uprighty, his mandolin Magdalena, his other mandolin Magdalena, and a djembe
Our INVISIBLE FRIEND CHESTER with his unhearable but always felt cosmic vibes
Recorded, Mixed, and mastered between the years of 2016 and 2019 by:
Anthony Kroposky, Adam Dickinson, Carmen Verderosa, Bruce Meyers, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Frank Bridges, Max Cicchino, John S. Hall, and probably some other people at Woodrock Studios, Fish on Fire Studios, Fneeebort Studios, Ludicrous Studios, WRSU Studio, and probably some other places. It’s complicated.
Various songs feature the guest vocals of: Szilvia Lyew, Carmen Verderosa, John S. Hall, Frank Bridges, and a computer generated voice we found online somewhere
These organizations helped bring us to this place: The Roguish Rabbit, The NJ Steampunk Society, Mythmusica, Lump 'n' Loaf Records, Idea Machine Films, The Freaky Mutant Weirdo Variety Show, The Eternal Frontier, COGS Expo, Blow-Up Radio, The Adventures of Sage & Savant (That list was in reverse alphabetical order, out or respect for the forgotten letters.)
*“A Little Bit Free: A Fascism Litmus Test” appears courtesy of Fred Missile and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
And most importantly, we'd like to thank the people of Earth, outer space and all the realms of reality, those we've punched, those we've kissed, and those we've left off of our list. And everyone else. Especially you.
No anthropomorphic mooses or squirrels were harmed in the recording of this album.
We Love You All!