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|Studio album by Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper|
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Bo-Day-Shus!!! is the fourth album by the rock and psychobilly musical artists Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper, released in 1987. It contains the song, "Elvis is Everywhere", the music video of which was shown on MTV and Beavis and Butt-head.
All songs written by Mojo Nixon and published by Tallywacker Tunes/La Rana Music except as indicated.
- "Elvis Is Everywhere"
- "We Gotta Have More Soul!"
- "I Ain't Gonna Piss In No Jar"
- "The Polka Polka" (Skid Roper)
- "I'm Gonna Dig Up Howlin' Wolf"
- "The Story Of One Chord" [*]
- "Gin Guzzlin' Frenzy"
- "B.B.Q. U.S.A."
- "Positively Bodies Parking Lot"
- "Wash No Dishes No More"
- "Lincoln Logs" (Skid Roper)
- "Wide Open"
- "Don't Want No Foo-Foo Haircut On My Head" [*]
[*] Bonus tracks on CD release
Kiernan McCarthy of Allmusic Guide praised the album's humor, writing, "Not every joke Mojo Nixon lets fly on Bo-Day-Shus! is a knee-slapper, but one cannot deny his persistence. If you don't like the first quip, he might catch you on the second one, or the tenth." He specifically referred to "Elvis is Everywhere" and "I Ain't Gonna Piss In No Jar" as the best examples of this. Robert Christgau also appreciated "Elvis is Everywhere", comparing it to the music of Phil Ochs, but was critical of several of the other tracks, especially Roper's contribution "Lincoln Logs".
- The Dinkleberry Singers:
- Golden Harmonies by The Pink Expectations: Caren Abrams and Jane Robson
- Sweet Soul Horns by Jim Martone and Leif Cole
- Hammond B-3 organ by Mighty Joe Longa
- Slide guitar by Mike Martt
- Engineered by Robert Feist
- Assisted by Bryan Rutter, John Kliner, John Kerns and Mark Paladino
- Recorded and mixed at George Tobin Studio, North Hollywood
- Additional recording at The Edge in Los Angeles and Sunswept Studio in Studio City
- Booking: Venture Booking, New York
- Trail Boss: Bullethead
- Photos: $cott Ambrose Reilly
- Mastered at Capitol by Eddy Schreyer
- Art direction by Patrick Pending
- Cover painting by Patrick Dillon