Unhappy with the recordings he had made as part of the band Vox Pop, Bolles put up a fuss and forbade the band from releasing the record. His bandmates ignored him and chose to release it without Bolle's knowledge. They also chose a naughty photo of Bolles for the cover, and promptly distributed several thousand copies to record stores nationwide. Bolles found out about it by reading the gossip column of the L.A. Weekly. "I got razzed about the apparent size of my... unit, such as it was.... Shouldn't have done so much speed that night, I guess! Of course, nobody believes THAT excuse!" Bolles recalls. "I remember my friend, who worked at a fairly conservative L.A. record store, telling me that his coworkers were thrilled to discover that a regular little price tag would do the job, so at least they didn't have to get out the 'Records Are Your Best Entertainment Value' stickers."