Ranging from the acoustic twangy ode to the fishfly "364 Days" to the power chord in-your-face simplicity of "Pleeeeease" to the nightmare-inspired creepiness of “Hide and Seek.” The densely written lyrics cover topics such as life, death, love, discomfort, relationships real and imagined, religion, and stream of consciousness emotional meanderings.
Guitars acoustic and electric, percussion, vocal harmonies upon harmonies; a voice that goes from a calm and sleepy croon to a quirky yelp; and perhaps most importantly, the welcome acceptance of throwing it all by the wayside if the song calls for something else. It's all in there.
Simply, it’s the culmination of a disturbingly wide variety of influences as processed through Flipping the Pig's personal playing and recording capabilities.
The song "Hide and Seek" featured on the Dec. 2, 2009 episode "Wrong Turn" of Dog the Bounty Hunter on A&E.