Creem Magazine described NYC psychedelic punk rock band Alice Donut's live shows as "the most decadent punk rock-fueled all-out orgies ever witnessed." The group's style and lyrics are eclectic and their music is a mixture of hard rock, punk, and post-punk, typically featuring melodic, guitar-heavy, odd-metered, and rhythm based pieces punctuated with brass instrumentation. Many of the members were traditionally or classically-trained musicians, though rarely on the same instruments they played in the band. 1995's Pure Acid Park finds the indie kings in the studio with Martin Bisi and rejoined by original guitarist David Giffen. The additional oomph is highly visible and gives added depth to an already more-than-capable line-up. Featuring a hillbilly-psychedelic version of Roky Erickson's "I Walked with a Zombie."