|EP by Butthole Surfers|
|Released||September 6, 1989|
|Genre||Avant-garde, hardcore, psychedelia|
|Label||Touch and Go
|Butthole Surfers chronology|
This was the band's last release on Touch and Go Records.
- "Helicopter" – 6:47
- "Bong Song" – 3:41
- "The Colored FBI Guy" – 2:46
- "Booze Tobacco Dope Pussy Cars" – 2:19
The UK edition, on Blast First, was originally released on 10" vinyl. It was later reissued on a mini CD with a plastic clip-on cover to fit in all CD players.
It has the same tracks with slightly different names and in a different order to the US release.
- "Bon Song"
- "Booze Tobacco"
"1401" is the true name of "The Colored FBI Guy", as it is always used on set lists. The name is a reference to the address of the house that Butthole Surfers lived in at the time.
|UK Indie Chart||1|
- Allmusic review
- Lazell, Barry (1997). Indie Hits 1980-1989. Cherry Red Books. Retrieved September 5, 2014.