Written, recorded and produced in the childhood basement of Georgia native Kyle Parrott, Flesh Colored Socks and other Oddities earns its name. The original album line up was discarded and completely reinvented in the winter of 2012 as Kyle got the urge to rewrite the majority of the tracks. Most of the songs deal with angry jumbled undertones and a stance against the toxicity of the corporate entertainment industry, as well as people who have tried to stop him. Still the composition manages to hold a lighter, jaunty side.
The most noticeable element of this work, is the emphasis on change and dynamics. With the set list being composed of mainly new songs, with a couple oldies sprinkled in, the piece illustrates the difference time can make. The album is closed with the bonus track, "Mr. Fish", the first song written by Kyle, to demonstrate that it is perfectly fine to start out sounding awful, as long as you don't let it stop you.
It is imperfect. It is misplaced. It is Iwasraisedbywolves. It is Kyle Parrott.