The album was released on the band's own label, Latino Buggerveil. It offers a wide assortment of demos, unreleased studio tracks and songs originally released on compilations, recorded between 1982 and 1994. Most notably, it contains outtakes from the 1985 sessions for Butthole Surfers' Rembrandt Pussyhorse studio album. Some tracks are unfinished songs; for example, "Day of the Dying Alive" was later reworked as "Jimi," while the vinyl-only song "Sherman" is an alternative version of "Backass," both of which are on Hairway to Steven.
1 4-track recording, 1983 2 Home 8-track recording, 1987 3 Studio recording, 1985 (Rembrandt Pussyhorse sessions) 4 Studio recording, 1982 (Butthole Surfers sessions) 5 Studio recording, 1988 (Hairway to Steven sessions) 6 Practice space recording, 1992 7 Practice space recording, 1994