What do you get when you team the weirdest actor in Hollywood (one Crispin Hellion Glover) with two of the weirdest guys in pop music (Barnes & Barnes of "Fish Heads" fame)?
Something, well, WEIRD! Like, really freaking strange. Fans of The Residents and King Missile might find something to groove to here, but really this provides a voyeuristic dive into the deep, dark waters of one of the true characters of modern times (Johnny Depp or Keanu Reeves rock and roll crossover this ain't). Glover reads from his books of poetry ("Auto Manipulator" is about exactly what it sounds like it's about) over B&B's demented musical excursions. The result is a true cult classic, whose brief 1989 vinyl release remains impossibly scarce and impossibly pricey. Thus this first vinyl reissue (with three tracks never before on vinyl), in light blue with crimson "clowny clown clown" splatter vinyl limited to 2000 copies for Record Store Day! 12" x 18" poster and CD booklet featuring Glover's deeply disturbed comic book scribblings, too! (Don't bother calling the home phone number Crispin put on the back cover, it's disconnected).
A2. Selected Readings from Rat Catching
A3. The New Clean Song
A5. Clowny Clown Clown
A6. Getting Out of Bed
A7. These Boots Are Made for Walking
B1. The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze
B2. Never Say ""Never"" to Always
B3. Selected Readings from Oak Mot Part 1
B4. Selected Readings from Oak Mot Part 2
B5. Selected Readings from Oak Mot Part 3
B6. Selected Readings from Oak Mot Part 4