1996 Vancouver punk band's only full-length album, 21 minutes in length, notable primarily for being Neko Case's debut as a lead vocalist, although her loud, punk-rock singing on this project is not typical of her later style. Case shares lead vocal duties with bandmates Tobey Black and Corrina Hammond. Many of the songs are about partying. The album's best-known song/music video, "Ms. Lefevre", celebrates the character "Renee Lefebvre" from Woody Allen's movie What's New, Pussycat? Also includes covers of songs by Wanda Jackson ("Mean Mean Mean") and Nancy Sinatra ("How Does That Grab You?").