This is a pretty good LP with a certain degree of wise-guy humor (starting with the best intro for a record since Stink, by fellow Minneapolis rockers the Replacements). By the time you get to the tumultuous "Underwater Pastor's Daughter," you realize you're onto something. It skips around a lot, but most of this is good enough to merit release, with interesting back rhythms -- a Twin Cities specialty: see Rifle Sport, Ground Zero, and Man-Sized Action -- and curt singing. Worth tracking down.
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