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|1.||Quote Unquote||06:56||Show lyrics|
|2.||Slowly Growing Deaf||06:59||Show lyrics|
|3.||Squeeze Me Macaroni||05:38||Show lyrics|
|6.||Stubb (A Dub)||07:19||Show lyrics|
|7.||My Ass Is on Fire||07:47||Show lyrics|
|8.||The Girls of Porn||06:42||Show lyrics|
|9.||Love Is a Fist||06:01||Show lyrics|
|10.||Dead Goon||10:02||Show lyrics|
|Trevor Roy Dunn||Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Bar||Keyboards, Clarinet, Tenor Sax|
|Vlad Drac||Vocals, Keyboards|
|Theobald Brooks Lengyel||Saxophone, Keyboards|
|Maximum Bob||Vocals (backing)|
|John Zorn||Saxophone (alto) (Track 9)|
|Matt Murman||Engineering, Digital Editing|
|Dan Sweetman||Interior Art|
|David Louapre||Cover Art|
|David Bryson||Engineering, Mixing, Recording|
|Nobler then Oedipus, and...||100%||Leperous||May 25th, 2010|
|"Thanks, Mom!"||90%||almightyjoey||November 26th, 2009|
|It's A Madhouse!!||100%||elfo19||May 1st, 2009|
|Some good, but at it's...||40%||TallManPhantasm||May 25th, 2007|
|Fairly Insane. But good?...||55%||caspian||July 18th, 2006|
|Diversity personified||95%||Kanwvlf||July 26th, 2004|
|Great Album||90%||Madman||August 14th, 2003|
|Now THIS is more like it!||88%||OSheaman||July 14th, 2003|
The picture-disc LP version, limited to 2000 copies, features artwork from the CD insert in greater detail.
The song "Quote Unquote" was originally titled "Travolta", after the actor John Travolta, on the first pressing of the CD. Warner Bros. Records persuaded Mr. Bungle to change the name of the song when Travolta threatened to sue.
A music video was made for "Quote Unquote", which was banned by many networks for its "creepy" content.
"Squeeze Me Macaroni", "Stubb (A Dub)" and "My Ass Is On Fire" contain dialogue samples from the David Lynch film "Blue Velvet".