The 45, the second official release, was recorded in 1987 at Jem Studios, a 16-track basement home studio in Morrisville, PA.
The recording was again engineered by Eric Powell. Also again, the mix-down was performed at Studio 4 during the graveyard shift. Because we had to rent a 16 track deck for the mix-down and patch it in, we ended up with a nasty 120 Hz hum in the final recording. In the digital remasters, it has been removed.
"Snobs Like Her", sung by Bobby, is a prototypical Sarcastics formatted tune, including the middle break and subsequent build up, harmonies, and understated guitar solo.
"All Inside My Head", sung by Zippy, is an even more straightforward pop song that should have appealed to the masses if it had ever gotten any exposure.
The 45 was pressed by "Discmakers" in Canada, and again Bobby "Art-Fag" Barrella created the fine artwork. The fictitious "Dickey Doo" label was associated with Pyramid Records, run by some shiester who promised us the moon and gave us one!!
Whereas Flaming-A-Go Go got some airplay on Street Beat, for some reason this (arguably superior) offering was ignored and never, as far as we know, got any airplay at all. We sold them at gigs and most band members have a boxful of them in the attic (at least those of us that have an attic).