One of the more defining features of this album was its use of color. I know it's not very often that you reference color having an impact on a musical album but here it definitely did. Just approaching the album at the record store you could visibly see the neon yellow plastic jewel case enclosing the album. Follow that with purple liner notes and a purple disc with lime green writing on it. I don't believe they are shipping out copies that features the overt colors with the three-legged dog on the cover but it stood out to me as a teen. Just with the use of color they set their album apart from others, interesting ploy. I wonder why it came about.
Beyond their major hits on the record were great deeper tracks. Sludge Factory is one of those songs. Rolling Stone writer Jon Wiederhorn said in his Nov. 1995 review of the album, "'Sludge Factory' is a nightmarish vista that begins with a sluggish riff, peaks with a sprawling solo layered over demonic chatter and ends with an atmospheric mélange of wailing guitars." Here it is, maybe one day I'll find this album so I don't have to listen to my music via YouTube. I hope you enjoy it!