Another couple interesting facts about the LP itself is that the inner sleeve featured a bar scene: a dirty ashtray, some pumpkin seeds, water rings from glasses on the top of a bar... the cool thing is that it was paint with water. Just like the staple bound books with pictures of Scooby Doo that you used to "paint" when you were just a squirt.

It was released in a brown bag as a direct message to critics, who had accused the band of being able to sell records only on the basis of their name. The band released it in brown paper to prove that even without mass marketing, the album would sell.