The original 12" version was pressed on sky-blue vinyl. The four track collection weaved the pair's now familiar motifs of nature, childhood and madness around a central theme: the Branch Davidian religious sect and their Waco retreat.
The second track is named after Amo Bishop Roden, the widow of a rival of David Koresh. Roden reoccupied the Waco site after its destruction, sleeping in a ditch near the property until federal authorities who had been keeping her away finally abandoned it.
The EP's title refers to the one line of vocals around which the work is based, a vocoder-processed and slowed voice sample (said to be Roden): come out and live in a religious community in a beautiful place out in the country.
The EP's artwork features blurred and fragmentary photos of the compound and Davidians, including the aforementioned Roden and the eye of David Koresh. The Davidians theme returns on the group's subsequent album, 2002's Geogaddi.