We Couldn't Think of a Title

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We Couldn't Think of a Title
Studio album by Psychostick
Released United States May 16, 2003
September 12, 2006 (reissue)
United Kingdom November 5, 2007
Recorded Headpop Studios
Joshy Apartment Studios
Robby's crappy Yet Effective Vocal Booth
Length 68:07
71:42 (reissue)
Label Rock Ridge
Producer Joshua Key, Psychostick
Psychostick chronology
The Best Sampler Ever! (for some reason)
We Couldn't Think of a Title
The Flesh Eating Roller Skate Holiday Joyride
Singles from We Couldn't Think of a Title
  1. "BEER!"
    Released: 2006
  2. "Two Ton Paperweight"
    Released: 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

We Couldn't Think of a Title is the first studio album by American comedy rock band Psychostick. The album features Psychostick's brand of metal/hardcore mixed with humor, with some of the tracks being comedy skits or transitions to other songs, like Death Burger, Indecision (which is a recurring skit throughout the album), and Good Morning. Originally self-released on May 16, 2003. This album also contains their most successful track, "BEER!!!".

"We Couldn't Think of a Title" reached #41 on the Billboard's Top Heatseekers,[2] #4 on the Billboard's Top Heatseeker's (West North Central),[3] and #48 on the Top Independent Albums.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Psychostick (Robert Kersey, Joshua Key, Mike Kocian, and Alex Preiss).

No. Title Length
1. "Indecision" 0:58
2. "Scrotal-Torment" 2:58
3. "Two Ton Paperweight" 4:32
4. "Death Burger!" 0:53
5. "No Pun Intended" 0:09
6. "Why, Oh, Why?" 5:09
7. "Pluh" 5:50
8. "BEER!!" 2:13
9. "Prozak Milkshake" 5:54
10. "Throwin' Down" 5:17
11. "I HATE Doing Laundry" 0:27
12. "Return of the Death Burger!" 0:23
13. "Largiloquent Dithyramb" 5:06
14. "Lizard Sphere X" 2:30
15. "Orgasm = Love" 4:47
16. "Good Morning" 1:37
17. "In a Band to Get Chicks" 4:11
18. "Fake My Own Death and Go Platinum / Hidden Track!!!!!!" 15:26
19. "ABCDEath" (2006 reissue track) 1:07
20. "The Jagermeister Love Song" (2006 reissue track) 2:28


  • "Hokey Fuckin' Pokey" — 3:42 (B-side released by the band through BitTorrent)
  • "Those Stupid Ifs" - 5:17 (B-side released by the band through BitTorrent)

Alternate Releases[edit]

A version with all of the skits and short songs removed from the album is sold on iTunes



  • Robert "The Notorious R.O.B." Kersey (Lead Vocals)
  • Joshua "Special J" Key (Guitar, Vocals)
  • Mike "Hawkizzard" Kocian (Bass Guitar, Vocals)
  • Alex "The Boy" Preiss (Percussion, Annoying Bird Sounds) Co-Lead Vocals (16)
  • Guest Appearances:
    • "BEER!" – Brian Navarro (answering beer part), Crack Money Records, Biomech, Detox, Digital E, Halfgain, Makeshift, Headcreep, This, The Washingtons, and Wisdom of Eternity.
    • "Throwin' Down" – Lindsey Hans
    • "Orgasm = Love" – Becky Williams
    • "Fake My Own Death and Go Platinum" – Shannon Siggins and Becky Williams
    • "Lizard Sphere X" – Big Daddy Crack and Double Dee
    • "Jagermeister Love Song" – Vince "V" Johansen
  • All songs written and performed by Psychostick
  • Drums Recorded by Scott Seymann at Headpop Studios
  • Guitars and Bass Recorded at Joshy Apartment Studios
  • Vocals Recorded at Robby's Crappy Yet Effective Vocal Booth
  • Produced by Joshua Key and Psychostick
  • Mixed and Engineered by Joshua Key
  • Mastered by Dave Shirk at Sonorus Mastering Inc.
  • Kickdrum Triggering by Ted Preiss
  • Artwork by Robert "Rawrb" Kersey
  • "The Dumb" street team led by Tony Shiavo and Alex Preiss

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
US Billboard Top Heatseekers[2] 41
US Billboard Top Heatseekers (North West Central)[3] 4
US Billboard Top Independent Albums[4] 48


Psychostick's musical influences are mentioned during a skit following the song 'Pluh' (but within the same track on the album), in which the band continues discussing potential album names for their release. For example, one band-member suggests naming the album 'Destroy Erase Chaosphere,' which references two of Meshuggah's studio albums. Other musical acts mentioned are Pantera and Sevendust.