Lust Control
Fun Fun Feeling (Compact Disc)
©1991 Blonde Vinyl Records

23 songs, including: Rebuke, Big Bang, Fun Fun Feeling, Jesus Washed Judas’ Feet, Dancing Naked, John Styll, That Groove Thang, Say It Like A Rock Star, Swimsuit Edition Wallpaper, You Too, Circumcised Baptized & Moon Pies, Living In The New Age, Witch Hunt, What About Your Wife, What’s Goin On, Madolyn Murry O’Hair, Apocalyptic Nightmare, Rude Awakening, I Want To Die, Wretched, There Is A Fountain/Madolyn Murry O’Hair (Cornerstone ’89 live version), and Dancing Naked (Cornerstone ’89 live version).
Features actual NASA space monkey photo on cover and band Olin Mills portrait on the back.

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