Is a studied tribute to Neil Diamond's "Hot August Night" (described by John Laws as perhaps the greatest album of the last century). Only the listener can judge whether Filth evokes the same fond memories of sweaty groins, weather banter, swarming mosquitos and smug weathermen in boardshorts of summers past. The belch appearing early on in the track was censored on Swiss commercial radio before 9 PM.
First released in 2001 on CDR and then again numerous times with track variations up to 2005. This is the final 2005 version. Artwork, including booklet and track listing included as PDF file. Bloody Fist Records