Funny that the band doesn't even want to really be associated with their first album. And WBPF left a lot to be desired sans Salinger. They completely took it to a new level with The Upsides.
doesn't matter if soupy wants to disown the album, the band has GSOI to thank for a lot of its early fans. i agree that they took it to a new level with the upsides, which is precisely my point. WBPF was good; if anything proved the band wasn't a fluke, it's the upsides, but certainly not suburbia.