about the album
The history of sound was instantly shaped in this musical battle of epic proportions! It was the devil himself a thin, curly-head soprano saxophone playing leader who robbed jazz of it's soul vs. a group of "smooth jazz assassins" (Skerik, Mike Dillon and Brad Houser) that finally stood up to the forces of evil once and for all. It was the real Kenny G vs.The Dead Kenny G's in a battle to death that (through the magic of ropeadope) can be relived through this eleven-track recorded statement which bridges the gap between Demon Fuzz, the Art Ensemble of Chicago, the Minutemen, Les Claypool, and Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. One minute they're cool and jazzy, and then WHAM! They're metal! All wrapped up in some art from Mister Les Claypool himself? A reissue worth reissuing in more ways than one.