This was the first (nearly) legitimate full-length album by Gruvis Malt. The band toured New England extensively from 1999 to 2001 to support it.
released April 23, 1999
Tracks 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11 recorded and produced at Diva Studios by Gruvis Malt and Evil Dave Stem (a friend, a pro, a passionate musician) in Providence, RI.
Track 2 and 7 recorded at Reptile Studios in Providence with Derek Martin.
Tracks 2.5, 4.5, 8, 9.5, 11.75 recorded live at the Beachcomber in Cape Cod with Chris Blood.
Tracks 7.5 and 10.5 recorded cheaply at the Castle with a blinky trinket (Roland VS-840 digital 8-track).
All songs remastered, all percussion fixed, remixed, and reformatted Frank Difficult at Sound Station Seven in Providence, RI.
Cover art by Brendan Bell and Gavin Castleton.
Gruvis Malt circa 1999 was:
Ethan Ruzzano - guitars and trombone
Brendan Bell - vocals and percussion
Saunder Jurriaans - bass
Scott McPhail - drums
Gavin Castleton - keyboards and vocals
Erik Nilsson - saxophone
DJ Mr. Rourke - turntables
Eric Bloom - trumpet
Rich Hall - toys
Dave Stem - erased Sticky chorus, Ninja-advice.