Bobb's original recordings of those songs were actually released by Denmark's Orpheus Records in 2002, on Life Beyond the Doghouse. This vinyl-only LP compiled Trimble's lost mid-80's solo recordings, some with the Crippled Dog Band from 1983, and some backed by The Violent Reactions in 1986. More info here at the Orpheus Records website. In the interview, there's talk of a stateside reissue of that material, which is long overdue!
The other FMA track, "Oh Baby" (mp3), is also a Crippled Dog Band song, originally sung by one of the Kidds (or was it a Crippled Dog?) on Harvest of Dreams, sung here by Kris Thompson.
All of the Flying Spiders have fantastic other projects, many of which are featured on the Free Music Archive as well. Kris' other projects include The Lothars (the world's premier theremin group), Terrastock vets Abunai, and of course The Prefab Messiahs who inspired the Bobb Trimble reunion (more about that in the interview).
Gary War is former Haunted Graffiti member Gary War, and for his solo work, he is often joined by Nick and Kris. This lineup played live on Talk's Cheap earlier this year, archived here on the FMA, and released on killer cassette by Captured Tracks (who have also just released a 7'' by Gary War/Blank Dogs collabo Roman Soldiers!). Vocalist Karina's group 28 Degrees Taurus can be found here, and Bobb can be found on myspace, facebook and The Free Music Archive, where Marcus recently featured "One Mile From Heaven" (read the full post here).
Here's the WFMU Playlist/Streaming Archive of the full set. For more photos and a downloadble 30-minute interview with Bobb & the Flying Spiders, check out Bobb Trimble on The Free Music Archive. All five mp3s in this post are podsafe and re-bloggable under the terms of this Creative Commons Music Sharing license