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The Milkmen's skimpy charms run very thin on Beelzebubba , an album with precisely three assets: a great title, amusing artwork and the catchy but dumb "Punk Rock Girl." Metaphysical Graffiti likewise manages some cute song titles ("If You Love Somebody, Set Them on Fire," "In Praise of Sha Na Na" and "I Tripped Over the Ottoman," an ode to Dick Van Dyke), but the tunes themselves are thoroughly lame. Gibby Haynes makes a guest appearance on "Anderson, Walkman, Buttholes and How!" The disco-versed "Smokin' Banana Peels" was remixed by Don and David Was (four separate ways!) as the centerpiece of an EP that contains five flimsy-to-awful (none more so than "The Puking Song") non-LP items.


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