Both the title and the cover art are very funny, but make no mistake, because this is a good album of cover songs and the bands are known and unknown by me. The album already begins with a very good cover song from Venom "Warhead" with the participation of Scott Kelly (Neurosis) on vocals. Next up is a song from Queen "You're My Best Friend" that starts with a keyboard that resembles the video game Game Boy, cool. "Black Betty" is a cool but mysterious song, because the author is not known. "Set It On Fire" is a song by The Scientist, but I don't know this band. The next one is David Bowie's "Station To Station" cover song, very good and I had the impression in the first auditions that it was Mike Patton singing, but it's not him. Then songs by bands unknown to me, like The Kinks, Divine, The Fugs and Pop-O-Pies. Longtime friends, Jello Biafra sings the music of English band Roxi Music called "In Every Dreamhouse A Heartache", very good. The next track I thought was a song from Suicidal Tendencies due to the style of sound, but it's a cover song from Tales of Terror. The last two tracks are from old English bands like The Jam and Throbbing Gristle, the latter being more electronic music. Melvins showing and playing songs covers that other people don't know. Cool!
Experimental / Alternative / Rock - Los Angeles - Califórnia - E.U.A. / U.S.A.