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|1.||No W||03:24||Show lyrics|
|5.||Warp City||04:01||Show lyrics|
|Al Jourgensen||Vocals, Guitars, Harmonica, Programming|
|Kol Marshall||Keyboards, Hammond B3|
|Mike Scaccia (R.I.P. 2012)||Guitars, Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Max Brody||programming, drums, saxophone, background vocals|
|Angie Jay||Vocals (backing)|
|Odin Myers||Vocals (backing)|
|Carl Wayne||Vocals (backing)|
|Kol Marshall||B3 organ|
|Turner Vanblarcum||DJ voice|
|John Monte||Bass, Backing Vocals|
|Lawton Outlaw||original cover, inside tray art, art direction, design|
The band return to their more metal roots on this album and Mike Scaccia returns to guitars.
Al Jourgensen has stated that the name Houses of the Molé is a tribute to the Houses of the Holy album, released by Led Zeppelin in 1973.
Contains the hidden tracks Psalm 23 (5:41) and Walrus (2:45).
"Psalm 23" is an alternate version of "No W" (minus the Carmina Burana samples) preceded by a mysterious rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner (source of the recording unknown). Later versions of Houses of the Molé do not feature the version of "No W" with the Carmina Burana samples. Instead, a version of "Psalm 23" with a shortened intro is included as the first track (and labelled as "No W"). "Psalm 23" is replaced by the track "Bloodlines".