180g Vinyl Pressing / Also Available on Colored Vinyl
The Muffs burst onto the California music scene at the beginning of the '90s, and after a few independent singles and EPs, they were quickly snapped up by Warner Bros. Records. Entering the studio with David Katznelson and Rob Cavallo (who would go on the helm records from Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, and more), The Muffs eponymous debut roared from speakers across the country in May of 1993. According to renowned critic Jim DeRogatis, "You'd have to reach all the way back to Blondie's Plastic Letters to find punkish power pop this endearing."
The quartet rips through the album's 16 tracks, ranging from an Angry Samoans cover, to the college radio smash, "Lucky Guy." In addition, alt-rock superstar Jon Spencer (Pussy Galore and his own Blues Explosion) adds some theremin and The Godfather Of Exotica Korla Pandit's Hammond organ makes an appearance. Even the beverage Fruitopia caught the buzz, using the album's "Everywhere I Go" in a popular television campaign.
Drastic Plastic presents this sweet and snarky album on the vinyl format for the first time in both 180g and colored editions.