The A-side is a seething indictment of so-called "friends" difficulty in understanding personal space framed via the relevant streets of Detroit's Woodbridge neighborhood. We think it's from an obscure Bob Seger System album. The B-side couples slide guitar with winsome harmonica and it sounds like a Goat's Head Soup outtake. Cover art by JAMIE EASTER gives no indication of the rural, countrified twang paired with ample amounts of rock and roll credibility (members of LEE MARVIN COMPUTER ARM, DETROIT COBRAS) emanating from this slab. Recommended if you like Southern accents, facial hair, Del Ray and the American spirit.