Skipping class to smoke and listen to Alice Cooper, Steve Brudniak and Gerry Diaz weren't unlike many other teenagers in mid-1970s Texas. They'd go home after school and bang on their parent's piano and jam with a cheap electric guitar. Eventually, their shoestring budget afforded them a Vox Jaguar organ previously owned and shredded-on by Fever Tree keyboardist Rob Landes. Perhaps it was the juju left on the instrument by the Houston 60s psychedelic/garage rock icon, perhaps it was the duo harvesting their creative flora from years summoning psychedelic and blues energy inside the garages of their family homes. Whatever it was, their brief recording session at the local community college produced a spectacularly distorted self-titled record of unglued and organic scuzzy psychedelia.