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Marginally more commercially folk-pop than their Allen Ginsberg/Harry Smith-produced debut, the Fugs were still fuzzed-out intellectuals who, loved to wallow in the sludge on this second LP from 1966, which features such social treaties as "Dirty Old Man," "Skin Flowers" and "Kill for Peace". The expanded band can even get Velvets-pretty on occasion. (Lee Crabtree plays celeste, for god's sake.) All Fugs records are essential anachro-poetic late-beat documents of core members Ed Sanders and Tuli Kupferberg, even when they slicked up for a major label. The CD includes some live tracks, as well as some outtakes from an aborted session for Atlantic. --D. Strauss