Most Towelette Album Cover #7: Freshette

Really, not their 7th album, but a reworked collection of unreleased TRIAD Label singles from Moist Towelette band members in various configurations before they got their big break playing at Pastor Frickin’s Quick ‘n’ Kickin’ Chicken with a  Stick In franchise locations in the Quint-City region of East Dakota.

This cynical rerelease features the below unpopular singles, remixed with intrusive 120BPM programmed drums and overdubbed millennial whoops:

“Freshette Up!”
“Hands & Face as Needed”
“You’ll Find Me: Pre-Moistened”
“Cat Number Ten-Fifty-Three Hundred”
“Gentle-to the Skin”
“Tear Here”

moisttowelette7

 

Moist Towelette Album Cover #6: “Fresh Nap”
Moist Towelette Album Cover #5: “IF YOUR HANDS ARE CLEAN”
Moist Towelette Album Cover #4: “Royal Fingerbowl”
Moist Towelette Album Cover #3: “American Towelette”
Moist Towelette Album Cover #2: “Oo o”
Moist Towelette Album Cover #1: The eponymous album

 

 

 

 

 

 

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