An album that originally started out as the Duck Stab EP, but was expanded with the addition of Buster & Glen songs – hence the unusual title! The material here is spooky early Residents at their best – almost without comparison to any of their contemporaries, which is saying a lot in this period before so many others were even beginning to approach their weirdness! Instrumentation is often spare, stark, and electronic – almost a precursor to the use of analogue elements that would soon make the German new wave so great, but handled here in murkier modes often combined with distorted vocals and other processing – mostly quite tuneful, but from behind a dark curtain – similar to the way the group always hid their own identity. Titles include "Krafty Cheese", "The Booker Tease
", "Constantinople", "Sinister Exaggerator", "Elvis & His Boss", "The Electrocutioner", "Hello Skinny", and "Lizard Lady". 2CD set features very detailed notes, and a huge amount of bonus tracks – including a few dozen Duck Buster Ephemera songs that include "Soulful Sax", "Santa Dog 78", "When Johnny Comes Marching", "Unlisted", "Guylum Bardot 78", "Ow Boutthat", "Bach Is Dead (1982 rehearsal)", "Blue Rosebuds (rmx)", and lots of other live and re-imagined tracks.