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Artist: The Young Fresh Fellows
Date Released: 1985
Produced By: Conrad Uno
- Searchin' U.S.A.
- How Much About Last Night Do You Remember?
- Where Is Groovy Town?
- The New John Agar
- Sharing Patrol Theme
- You've Got Your Head On Backwards
- Two Lives
- Mr. Salamander's Review
- Trek To Stupidity
- Topsy Turvy Theme
- Hang Out Right
- Agar's Revenge
- Good Things Go
The second official Young Fresh Fellows release finds the trio a foursome with Jim Sangster on bass, moving Scott McCaughey up to rhythm guitar. In the liners to the 2-fer CD of this record packaged with The Fabulous Sounds Of The Pacific Northwest, Scott McCaughey says this is his favorite Fellows record, and it is a damn good one. This one has a few covers, including the first of their many Sonics covers, "You've Got Your Head On Backwards". Also, check out "Trek To Stupidity" where they out-Ween Ween before Ween was really Ween...ing. This album would definitely be essential and a fine place to start even if it weren't available on the same disc as the first record—but since it IS, what are you waiting for? Get this CD! - Rev. Syung Myung Me