This album was originally titled “Techno Theology”, but the label changed it for the sake of cleverness (as the band was from Dallas, TX).
Samples: “Satan Is Dead”: “Satan” sample from Butthole Surfers (and probably Orbital’s “Satan” also), “…is dead” from L.A. Style’s “James Brown Is Dead”; “Madolyn vs. the Sons” contains a sample likely of televangelist Pat Robertson.
Produced for N’ Soul Productions. Mixed at N’ Soul Studios, Canoga Park, CA. Executive produced for Partners in Tyme Productions.
All songs © 1993 Metro One/Lift Publishing (ASCAP)
℗ & © Metro One. Distribution by Spectra Distribution.
Front insert: 8-page double parallel, color print exterior, grayscale print interior.
Back insert: color print exterior, black print interior.
Disc tray: clear.
CD: 3 spot-color print (black, white, and silver metallic).