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Digitally Remastered by Bob Weston @ Chicago Mastering Service, May 2019
Artwork by Jay Ryan @ The Bird Machine

Recorded by Jim Holmes, February 1997
Originally released on 7” black or gold vinyl, Dyslexic Records, 1997 (DYS023)


She’s luetic or a lunatic
All alone in her room
She hits her head on the wall
Just to feel one thing
Just to feel at all
Her one phrase is when he invades
Stoic cold means he’s coming
Set your body down
Lay her body down
Restrain and watch her scream
Seventy pounds of passivity
Soon they’ll repaint the walls
Beneath her skin she feels things crumbling
He visits physically most every day
Locks the door to her room
She’s passionless but she lacks the strength
To refuse or remove herself
All she feels beneath her skin
Atrophy a certain calmness
Set your body down
Throw her body down
Restrain and watch her scream


from Fine (Or Superfine) / 70 lbs. +bonus track, released June 5, 2019
Jenn Solheim: bass and vocals
James GIllespie: guitar
Eric Mahle: drums
Jim Holmes: Recording
Jay Ryan: Artwork
Bob Weston: Remastering


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