|1||Shitwater TX Blues||3:47|
|2||Three-way Tie for Dog of the Year||2:39|
|4||Golden Tickets to Heaven||3:32|
|5||Las Vegas Waltz||3:19|
|7||Sippy Cup Blues||3:27|
|8||1992 (Leonard Cohen's Failed Prophecy)||2:33|
Q: What is the record all about?
A: It’s about banging something hard. Especially if you want to get inside. It could be a door. It could be a jar of olives. It could be your dream job. It could be your soulmate.*
Q: Wow! There are eleven songs on the album. What are they all about?
A: True. There are eleven songs, and they are about things. What sorts of things? Well, let’s take a look, one by one.
1. shitwater tx blues: This song is about the sad feeling one gets when plumbing goes bad.
2. three-way tie for dog of the year: This song is for people who like dogs. And ties. And three-ways.
3. transcendentalhygienist’s lullaby: This song is about unrequited love and oral hygiene, and may put you to sleep.
4. golden tickets to heaven: This song is a true crime story about aliens, fast food fried chicken, and Jesus.
5. las vegas waltz: This song is another true crime story. It is about having sex in a ferris wheel. It is also a waltz and an organ fugue.
6. goodtimespeedlove: This song is about a t-shirt I saw in Taiwan, cars, and Catholics.
7. sippy cup blues: This song is a nursery rhyme for people who have trouble holding their alcohol.
8. 1992 (leonard cohen’s failed prophecy): This song is true. I wish it wasn’t. I wish Leonard Cohen was still alive to hear it.
9. freejazzhands: This song is about street gangs in South Emily TX. It might be true. Or not.
10. honey bomb: This song is about love and loss. It also hints at another love triangle.
11. bacon waltz: This song is another true story and another waltz. It contains sage advice from Dear Abby about cooking breakfast.
*Only if your soulmate consents to hard banging.
released May 13, 2017
the prof.fuzz 63:
professor fuzz: guitar & vocals
sleepyredhead: organ & vocals
mr. b: drums
recorded, mixed, & mastered by britt robisheaux
@ cloudland recording studio, ft worth tx