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)
Mister Love
Possum Kingdom
I Come From The Water
I Burn

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.