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|2. Look At The Rain|
|3. Bad Love|
|4. Sexy Music|
|7. Automatic Mojo|
|8. Dry Rain|
|9. I Can't Be Counted On|
|10. Medley: Baby What You Want Me To Do/I Can't Be Counted On|
|11. Sexy Music|
|12. Automatic Mojo|
Hard driving riff rock, Meat Puppets style. "Huevos" was recorded in four days and released less than six months after "Mirage". But where that album was spacey and lush, "Huevos" is rough and spontaneous. Writing for the Village Voice,Howard Hampton declared it to be "steeped in bliss", while in the the Los Angeles Times,Gina Arnold called it "the band's best effort yet".
For this edition, the album has been expanded to include five additional tracks, featuring early demos of "Sexy Music", "Paradise", "Fruit", and "Automatic Mojo", as well as a cover of Jimmy Reed's "Baby What Do You Want Me to Do".
As an added bonus, the albums in this series include an "Enhanced CD" partition for play on home computers. "Huevos"offers an excerpt from a January 1988 concert. Shot by David Travis and Joe Barton at the Variety Arts Center in Los Angeles, the clip features a live version of "Automatic Mojo".
I love the Dead and punk rock, and no one has ever combined them like the Pups.
Despite the sparse production, this album still sounds very psychedelic, as the Kirkwoods seem to have the freakout gene embedded in their DNA.
It's really those combination of things that make this such a great album - one that I will never get bored of listening to.
good opus , vraiment un album accompli, belle production , les amateurs et fans apprécieront. super universPublished 2 months ago by Genest Didier
This is my second favorite Pups album after "Too High To Die" which is one of the greatest albums of the nineties. Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Quinn
Both musically and lyrically this album just makes my hairs on the back of my neck stand on end. While the casual fan might say MPII, Up on the Sun and Too High To Die are the... Read morePublished on November 22, 2007 by R. Ritterman
I find that this album and "up on the sun" are cut from the same cloth. To me the only difference is that "huevos" is a more concise and consistent collection of what's great... Read morePublished on October 2, 2007 by splanky57
This is the one I could never, ever warm up to. The album sounds like it was written AND recorded in four days, by ZZ Top's little brothers no less. Read morePublished on August 15, 2006 by Spinal Cracker
I've heard everything the puppets released except for three records (forbidden places, monsters, and too high to die), and so far I rank this as their worst effort. Read morePublished on November 13, 2001 by LatherZap
This is my favorite and perhaps the best Meat Puppets album for this simple reason: It rocks. Not only that, but it rocks in a fun and sexy way (unlike the heavy-handed... Read morePublished on July 25, 2001
Oh, sure... it's a bit rough around the edges... but there are more than enough worthwhile moments on this platter to keep your interest. Read morePublished on July 6, 2001 by Marc (with a 'c')