1994 album by the Toadies
. If you remember the song Possum Kingdom, it was their one hit wonder
, and it was one of the songs from this album, their only album that I know of. Its sound is typical rock, as is the setup: lead vocals and guitar (Todd Lewis), bass (Lisa Umbarger), drums (Mark Rezinicek), and another guitar (Darrel Herbert). Todd's growling voice as he weeds through
the songs reminds me that I am not yet completely a docile bovine
, that I have issues and rightful anger, that I am struggling with life in much the same way he is singing about. What follows is the song list, on most of which I will be noding
separate write ups so that this isn't just another "shameless lyrics" string of nodes that people, including myself, have complained about.
Mexican Hairless (instrumental)
I Come From The Water
Disclaimer: Since this album is not blessed with a lyric sheet for the songs, my rendition may be less than true to what's really there. I'm writing them based on the songs themselves, so I apologize in advance if I am at times, off by a few words.