A collection of live and acoustic home recordings from the legendary ‘Elvis from Hell’, Jeffrey Lee Pierce, and his Gun Club. In the early 80’s Pierce’s b*stardised blues painted pictures of the seedy underbelly of southern California, from the urban squalor to the desert indians. The first disc of live stuff with the full band is some of the best recordings of the group I’ve heard. They are notoriously uncapturable due to their tempestuous nature, and the tens of thousands of dollars they collectively burned on narcotics. Pierce died recently, and this disc is a decent accounting of a band that had the Cramps, Black Flag, and X open for them at one time or another.