After a trimuphant headlining world-wide tour to promote their first album, Weapons of Mass Confusion, Hijackalope was recaptured, returned to their dank cells at Abu Gharib (located conviently behind Wal-Mart) and forced at hotdog point to create yet another amazing album for people of all races and credos to enjoy. And yes, that was one long sentence I just wrote.
Summoning unholy power through a new drum machine, old guitars and the Q-tip-ran, Hijackalope has hacked together a big pile of life-changing tracks here, all free, of course.
Phillip GeeHawd, arrested in New Jersey with his hands in a pita, returns to play guitar and other instruments and Osama So Huggable once again mans the computer, sequencers and crow imitators. A new addition to the Hijackalope family for this record is MC Rashasha who helped the band create stuff that accidently sounded a bit like songs. Our apologies in advance for that.