Someone mentioned the Treepeople/Archers of Loaf split in a comment the other month, which I said I'd post it eventually, so here it is. The deal here was that each band got their own 45, covering one of the other guys' songs plus offering up one of their own.
I was never a big Archers fan-- even if it seemed like everyone around me was-- so it's no surprise that the Treepeople record is the better of the two here, though not by much. Actually, this whole thing is really good, and would make for a pretty solid introductory mini-course on '90s indie rock if you had a reason to ever want such a thing.
By the way, this particular copy was rescued from Jim Testa's moldy basement sometime last year and looks virtually unplayed. What I'm saying is, if this was your record label and you'd sent this copy to Jim way back when, hoping to get reviewed in Jersey Beat, you got snubbed, motherfucker.
"Web In Front"
"Meet At The End"
Archers of Loaf -
(these files are now listen-only)