About the Book
(exerpt from NURFACE's “Pick of the Month”)
“L.S.D. Means I Love You” is, in this reviewer's opinion, the single greatest bad-ass rock of the last 5 days. Released 8 years ago on Falsified Records, this 12-piece Sequim-based ensemble pumps out an endless deluge of 24-hour-a-day balls-to-the-wall boogie.
Formed back in '97, Pinto Rearend Collision's 2 core members are Arthur “Arthur” Molt – ex-Toreadors lead vocalist and choreographer, and Petey “ “ Silverfish – one-time New Toreadors accordianist, harpsicordist, and home decorator. Fleshing out the rest of this talented quintet are Browmsey “Joe” Cleghorn (lead guitar), Joe “Browmsey” Cleghorn (lead bagpipe) (no relation), Sir Reginald (triglycerides), Bronto “32=(6xY)” Nimnimbaugh (tuning fork), Ken (turning the spit-crank), Lord Edmund Deckchair (absolutely nothing), Convoy “etc.” Convoy (string, bits of thread, a-wooga horn), Lt. Col. Dr. R.R. McCorg, U.S.M.C. (edible jelly), and Hugh “waste of space” Snodpuss (bum boy).
Disbanded back in '97, this jazzmo-turnpike techno-jive based afro-moondoggin' 3-fold quartet is really 12 & ½ groups in one. The title track - “17, 000 & Then Some Men on a Dead Man's Chesterfield” is a funk-a-doodle masterpiece; a megalicious frisson of easy listening/whistling/& computer genereated drone. Reputed to've