Whitey’s sophomore album is a dynamic pop-art amphetamine romp through rock and roll and dance history, brimming with energy and attitude. Swerving between glam, stoner rock, dance (and even affectionate nods towards the Charleston), it’s the sound of an artist unafraid to say what he wants, how he wants, with no regard for trends or genres. Due to a pre-release leak, this album was pulled by the artist- and is only now officially available for the first time as a Remastered Edition. This is being released by NO! Label in tandem with the rare Great Shakes Volume Two, which reached the public domain several years later and featured a variety of unreleased and session tunes from that same era.