I bought this single back in '95 at Brass City Records because I saw "Louisville" and "Howie Gano" on the back and figured for for a buck ninety-five I couldn't go wrong... plus the fake Albini lettering on the front left me nostalgic for the '80s. Turns out it was a pretty good investment, because "Kitty Come Home" totally kicks in a Scratch Acid/"back when Touch & Go was good" sort of way, which set me off on a little Freemasonry binge for a while. It wasn't long before I called the record label-- the phone number's on the back of the sleeve-- and snagged a copy of the "Sparrin' With The Varmint" CD, which is pretty good also, but if you really want to hear something cool, go to this place and download the two Freemasonry demos that you'll find there (along with some other neat stuff). You'll thank me later.
"Kitty Come Home"
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