"Surgery" was originally titled "Mengele" (a reference to Josef Mengele, the infamous Nazi doctor) and was performed live numerous times by the band in the 1980s, including during a performance on New Wave Theatre.
"The Bud Club" was originally titled "Budweiser" and appeared on the bootleg 7" of the same name.
"Hootchie Cootchie Man", originally made famous by Muddy Waters, was previously performed by Fear in 1983 on the Get Crazy soundtrack.
"Catfight" was written by original guitarist Philo Cramer and recorded for the band's unreleased 1979 demo, as well as for Cramer's project The Coup d'État Lab Band. It was also performed live many times.
"Hard 'Cotto' Salami" is a rehashed version of the well-known Fear song "Beef Bologna".
"Beer:30" was apparently written in the early 1980s, but was never recorded and never or rarely performed live during that time.
"Beerheads" was originally entitled "Skinheads", and was performed by the band in the early to mid-1990s.