New York's own Bruthers released but one ultra-rare single for RCA Victor in 1966, comprised of the pulverizing garage-stompers, "Bad Way to Go" and its flipside, "Bad Love." After a chance meeting, we've Sherlocked the entire Bruther-hood (real siblings!), camped out in their cellars, and have spent the better part of a year blowing the dust 'n must off of their massively-cool tape boxes. As you might well suspect, we've mined pure garage-gold and have come away Sundazed-style with a bevy of snarling fuzz-filled pounders from '65 and '66. Natch, we've included the legendary RCA Victor single here; all other tracks are previously unissued masterpieces of vintage garage snarl!