Off Pants is the second album from the JHU Mental Notes. The title stems from an inside joke, which by definition wouldn't be funny if they told it outside.

Released: September 4, 2002. Cost: US$10

    Track title -- Original artist

    Disc 1, coded Mental02A

  1. The Hardest Part of Breaking Up (Is Getting Back Your Stuff) -- 2Gether
  2. She Has A Girlfriend Now (Live) -- Reel Big Fish
  3. Walk The Walk -- Poe
  4. I Touch Myself (Live) -- The Divinyls
  5. You Oughta Know -- Alanis Morissette -> Head Like A Hole -- Nine Inch Nails
  6. Video Killed the Radio Star -- The Buggles
  7. Truck Drivin' Song -- "Weird Al" Yankovic
  8. I Think I Love You -- The Partridge Family/Less than Jake
  9. Space Oddity -- David Bowie
  10. In the Hall of the Mountain King -- Edvard Grieg
  11. King of Spain (Live) -- Moxy Fruvous
  12. Goodnight Moon -- Shivaree
  13. Track 1a
  14. Phone Sex Girls (Are Not Pretty) -- Corky And The Juice Pigs
  15. Love Shack (Live) -- The B-52s
  16. recording studio chatter (listed as sbdcy)
  17. Under The Bridge -- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  18. Hush (Live) -- Deep Purple/Kula Shaker -> 30 Second Song (Live) -- Wizo

  19. 58'08"

    Disc 2, coded Mental02B -- Live at Bloomberg Hall, November 30, 2001
  1. Introduction
  2. Call Me-- Blondie
  3. Truck Drivin' Song -- "Weird Al" Yankovic
  4. Goodnight Moon -- Shivaree
  5. Channel sketch
  6. Walk The Walk -- Poe
  7. Amadeus -- parody on Falco
  8. Under The Bridge -- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  9. The Hardest Part of Breaking Up (Is Getting Back Your Stuff) -- 2Gether
  10. One More Minute -- "Weird Al" Yankovic

  11. 38'33"

Executive producers: Michelle Moniz, Jessica Yeatermeyer, & Lisa Dulin
Produced, engineered, directed, edited, mixed, folded, spindled, and mutilated by: John Stoneham and Greg Stonerock.
Art direction by: John Stoneham
Art design by: John Stoneham, Greg Stonerock, & Peter McMenamin
Technical assistance by: J. Jester, Kira Hammond
Special thanks to: Raphael Schweber-Koren
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This album is different from any other I've seen: it has its own blog, located at

Noders you can hear on this disc in some form or another: Jurph, Qeyser, Cerulean, Murphy, Knile, and of course lyric and gs_threeve

Sources: Liner notes,, e2, and my own memory:)
A nodeshell rescue of sorts. Something I would've done, either way.