...and if Matador is too occupied reissuing Chavez and Pavement records, I suppose there's nothing we can do about that. But someone is sure missing out. So, let it never be said that WFMU fails to bring the meat and potatoes to the table when digging for and presenting culture-defining artifacts. Released on Casablanca, recorded live 1979 at the Roxy in Hollywood with backing band that includes Christopher Guest credited as Nigel Tufnel (three years before Spinal Tap, though well dressed and with short hair), Ming the Merciless, Lars Svenki, Dwight Night and Beanie Barnhill. Tracks flow into each other as it's a live record, so MP3's of Side One combined: "Vamp On", "Night After Night", "Creature Without a Head", "King of the Cars", "Squiggy's Wedding Day", "Love Is a Terrible Thing." Side Two: "Babyland (For Eva Squigmann)", "(If Only I Had Listened To) Mamma", "So's Your Old Testament", "Sister In Law", "Honor Farm", "Starcrossed", "Only Women Cry", "Foreign Legion of Love", "Vamp Off." Thank you to Amanda Barrett for donating this and many other of Mr. Boyd's records to the station. As for Collectors' Choice, you clearly goofed bigtime by picking the Laverne and Shirley record instead.