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The title of the EP is a reference to a line said in the 1996 Jim Carrey comedy film, The Cable Guy where Ernie Douglas (played by Carrey) is shown seated in a medieval-themed restaurant and states to the waitress "Dos thus have thou a mug of ale for me and me mate, for he hath been pitched in battle for a fortnight and has the king's thirst for the frosty brew."
"By the Righteous Hands" was a song for the Avery family of Kirtland, Ohio, who were murdered by Jeffery Lundgren and his cult of Mormon fanatics in the winter of 1989.
"Shake the Spot" is a song for Wesley Pipes, Tony EverReady, Lupp, Ice Cold, The DJ, The Champ and "the whole rest of the gang", who according to the band are an inspiration to their music.