A collaboration with Pain Teens vocalist Bliss Blood. The full title of the album is "Exit-13 featuring Bliss Blood - Smoking Songs: 13 Depraved Tracks of Refer Madness"
Recorded at Sound Cage Studio, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, August 1995.
Mastered at SAE Mastering, Phoenix, Arizona, August 1995; M Works, Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 1996.
Released as promo CD in cardboard sleeve (cat. # 6934-2) and CD (cat. # RR 6934-2).
"Sweet Marijuana Brown" (02:45) also contains hidden track "Loading Dock" (03:16) after 10:17 of silence.
Note: This is NOT a Grind or Metal album: it's an adaptation/parody of classic Jazz tunes - marijuana anthems from the 20s, 30s, and 40s. Some lyrics is very close to original, some - slightly rewritten.
Track 1 written by Buster Bailey. Originally performed by Buster Bailey's Rhythm Busters, 1938 *
Track 2 written by Gerry / House. Originally performed by Trixie Smith, 1938 *
Track 3 written by Hezekiah Leroy Gordon Smith aka Stuff Smith. Originally performed by Smith and His Onyx Club Boys, 1936. Later performed by Rosetta Howard and the Harlem Hamfats, 1937; Bob Howard and His Boys, 1938 *
Track 4 based on the song "Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad)", written by Aaron Thibeaux Walker aka T-Bone Walker. Originally performed by T-Bone Walker, 1947 **
Track 5 written by Marion Sunshine / ?. Originally performed by Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb and His Orchestra, 1936 *
Track 6 written by Sam Coslow / Arthur Johnston. Originally performed by Gertrude Michael in the musical film "Murder at the Vanities", 1934. Later performed by Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends, 1947 *
Track 7 based on the song "Willie the Chimney Sweeper", written and originally performed by Ernest Rogers, 1927 **
Track 8 based on the song "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue", written by Ray Henderson. Originally performed by The California Ramblers, 1925 ***
Track 9 written and originally performed by Bea Foote, 1938
Track 10 written by Hezekiah Leroy Gordon Smith aka Stuff Smith. Originally performed by Smith and His Onyx Club Boys, 1936. Later performed by Rosetta Howard and the Harlem Hamfats, 1937; Bob Howard and His Boys, 1938 ***
Track 11 written and originally performed by Lillian Green aka Lil Green, 1941 *
Track 13 written by Leonard Feather. Originally performed by Barney Bigard Sextet, 1945 *
* - lyrics close to original; ** - lyrics partially re-written; *** - lyrics fully re-written