"A lathe-cut 5" record by Ethan at Funky Frankenstein. This will be a split with the Nashville local bands A-side PUJOL & B-side Meth Dad. Both tracks were recorded live at Meth Dad's venue Queen Ave. We will recreate the live recording, like a play, in real time, on Record Store Day 2015 at Queen Ave. Word for word, sound for sound. The artwork for the 5" will be a 5 1/2x7 inch risograph printed handbill inside of a plastic sleeve. The handbill will be FOR the show that is occurring on April 18 2015. The handbill will reference 1980's punk fliers from Nashville. We are using some of the actual materials used by Nashville punks in the 80's. The Pujol song is a live recording of June Bug. The Meth Dad song is a live recording of Bones.