Archive release from the legendary San Francisco-based band. In addition to their frequent and raucous live performances at clubs in the Bay Area, it is this first recording (1988), made at Hyde Street Studio with Sandy Pearlman and Blue Oyster Cult's recording engineer, Paul "Dr. Blades" Mandl, that cemented interest in MCM and the Monster. Here are 10 infectiously hooky, puerile, distinctly not-politically-correct-at-all, hard rock/hip-hop numbers that provide a very clear window into the core of the San Francisco music scene at the time. Until now, these recordings have never been released. These songs were, however, massively popular via the #1 college radio station in the country at the time, KUSF, San Francisco. There they received heavy airplay (on 4-track tape cartridge), for years. Nearly all of KUSF's 32 new music programming DJ staff from 1988 to 1993 played all 10 of these songs consistently on their weekly radio shows.