2001's What's in a Name? is re-recorded and reworked version of the classic Because This Fuckin' World Stinks album from a then recently re-formed Fartz. More insane than the first time around, Blaine Cook's paint-peeling vocals are intact, fortified by the surprise return of original bass player/lyricist/art "genius" Steve Hofman, plus Alex "Maggot Brain" Sibbald (Accused) on guitar and Karl Fowler (Detonators, North American Bison) on drums. This live in the studio outburst was set up, recorded, and mixed in 14 hours straight by legendary Seattle knob-twiddler Jack Endino (Nirvana, Mudhoney). Includes the standout original "Police Force" plus covers of Motorhead's "Iron Fist" and Black Sabbath's "Children of the Grave." In your face cruel-school hardcore as raw as it gets. Music to torture retro power-poppers by.