A slobbering, brain-dead, light-speed mess of an album. The vocals are occaisionallt incomprehensible, the guitar and bass are frantic and occaisionally atonal, and the drums are pounded with the ferocity and precision of an angry kickboxer. What sounds like a bunch of whiskey-feuled hillbillys in a garage with some cheap instruments poking fun at hardcore punk actually turns out to be a wild and raucious begining to the career of one of the greatest alternative bands of the mid eighties and early nineties. Although it isnt exactly an essential listen, it is an enjoyable record. Especially if youre a fan of the wild and wierd.