Way before the Dandy Warhols emerged on the scene in Portland, Oregon, The Miracle Workers were blowing people's minds by stirring up a toxic brew of lo-fi garage punk/psychedelic rock. A welcome relief for those of us who were bored of Duran Duran, Madonna, Motley Crue and all the other mainstream 80's. Although, technically speaking, compared to today's standards, this recording is awful. However, "Inside Out" has to be put into context-the Miracle Workers wanted to sound like their 60's idols, (Chocolate Watchband, Sonics, Seeds, Stooges, MC5 etc.). The opening track, "Go Now", says it all: turn it up to 10, create lots of feedback, destroy your instruments, and have a cool singer with a snotty, punkish voice to deliver the goods. But most of all, a song must last no more than 3 minutes. Enough said. Fans of 60's Psych-Punk (think the Seeds meets The Stooges meets The Ramones) will love this album. Also worth finding is their earlier recordings entitled "Moxie's Revenge".