Once Joe got a 4-track, we renamed Bloody Nose to Bludy Noz. (Properly, there is supposed to be an umlat over the u and a ‘long vowel’ line over the o.) This really gave us incentive to flesh out our ideas. There’s still a lot of off-the-cuff improv going on here, but there’s also some actual songwriting. Several early No Consensus songs were born on this album, as is the genre-parodying M.O. While it’s still also pretty heavily noise-based in places, we take the noise in some interesting directions here and I think it’s overall pretty enjoyable. The title is named after the free Bible Doctrine Cassettes that Jeremy Spaulding and I used to get in the mail that got used for recording and making punk rock mixtapes.
Classic improvised lyric line by Joe: “Do you know that you have hundreds of animal in your mouth?”
Note: the original cassette album we released was a 90 minute tape; this version has had several tracks cut out in order to fit comfortably on a CD. The outtakes can be found on Epilepathy.