This was the first album released under the Alien Music Club band name. It mixes rockabilly, jazz, R&B, funk, punk rock, and acoustic! 18-tracks of pure inspiration. The first song, "Geezer In The Gator" is a fast-paced 70's boogie-woogie piece. The comedy element is always present and track 2, "Mary Wright", chronicles experiences with the know-it-all conservative up-tight Mary. JP goes into a Deep Purple-ish rock feel in "Better Leave a Message". The most unlikely of phrases hits an Austin-based blues rock feel with "My Magic Toenail". The tune is a cross in mood that reminds us of both ZZ Top and Steely Dan. The reality here is that despite JP's passable singing ability and tremendous comedic pop/rock writings, he is a masterful musician. "Club Jazz" is proof to that as he takes a Paul Desmond 'Take 5' approach to a compelling instrumental. Ray Davies', "Tired of Waiting" is also given a mature musical treatment.