Cover photos by Robin Thompson

Produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Benjamin Bear at The Temple of Elemental Evil in Winter Park, Florida.

All words and music by Benjamin Bear, except:

Crack That Whip has additional lyrics by Rappy McRapperson.
Special Delivery contains a sample of "Paperboy" written by Mark Cooksey. Words by Benjamin Bear and Wordburglar.
How to Die In the Middle of Florida contains a sample of "Jolly Flying Man" written by Keiichi Suzuki. Additional lyrics by MC Wreckshin
Fatal Fight contains a sample of "Eye of the Tiger" written by Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik. Additional lyrics by MC Gigahertz.
Here, You Can Have This Back contains samples of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" written by Shuki Levy and "Wherever I May Roam" written by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Additional lyrics by Betty Rebel and Schaffer the Darklord.
Detonator has additional lyrics by Deafinition.
Regular Programming contains a sample of "Heroes of the Lance" written by Seni Toda. Some lyrics borrowed from "I'm The Slime" written by Frank Zappa.
Everyday Science You Can Do At Home contains a sample of "She Blinded Me With Science" written by Thomas Dolby and Tim Kerr. Words by Benjamin Bear and YTCracker.
Broken Windows contains a sample of "Because" written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney with additonal vocals by Marc with a C.
Spirit of the Night contains a sample of "Spirit of the Night" written by Hiroki Kikuta.

Special Thankyous and Shout-outs:

I really want to thank everyone who made this album possible both by being around in my life and/or directly contributing to the music so big ups, thanks, high fives, hugs, and manly fistbumps to:

My family, and most importantly my parents Michael and Debbie Woods, who decided to let me live a weird life based around making music and not pursuing a real job, and all the friends and collaborators who have hung out with me and gotten drunk: Michael Sweeney, Barbara Huntley, Nicholas Carman (congrats on the baby), Steven Rush, Indiana Felix De la Cruz, Marc Sidoreus, Josh Katz, Robin Thompson, Phillip "Madman" Shea, Josh Montgomery, Mark Schaffer, Bryce Case Jr., SJ the Wordburglar, Patrick Nelson, Eli McGinnis, Daniel Snyder (who I apologize to for getting verses sent to me and then never using them), and everyone who sells me energy drinks, beer, and all the other stuff I put in my body that I probably shouldn't. lol, "stuff I put in my body."

In closing, I'd just like to say that nerdcore is racist and dead, and we should all ignore it forever. Free High-C. Rhyme Torrents forever. was a joke. Etc.

Ok, I think that about wraps up the last two years.

Peace out,
Benjamin T. Bear
(The "T" is for "Tiberius")

(ok, not really. I never made a fake middle name for my stage name)