Recorded on 06/09/01 to a cassette four track by PJ Sykes at Cullen's pool party. At the end of "Breakin da Law" you can hear Cullen request for a blank cassette tape. I believe we taped over "To The Extreme" Vanilla Ice for the rest of the set.
Front cover photograph by Dewey Mayhew.
Back cover photograph by Blythe Penn.
Inside collage by PJ Sykes.
This recording was intended to capture the hight of Lynchburg's "Butt Rock" or "Buttcore" movement. Like most "Butt Rock" shows at the time, this recording features cover songs, crude jokes,
immaturity, mockery, and awesomeness.
Often friends of the band would fill in for the original members at the last minute, such friends included P.J. Sykes, Graham Birce, Alex Tomlin, Chris Howe, Donnie Graham, and many others. WBR went on to open for Yellowcard and Something Corporate and even caught the ear of one Andrew W.K....more