|How Could You Mind if You Don't Have One?|
|Released||1999 (independent version)
2000 (Epic version)
|Producer||Jim Morales, Darryl Costanzo|
The album was completed in late-1999. A raw version of this album was made available at early gigs and through mail order, but it was eventually pulled due to complaints of low quality.
After taking part in a battle of the bands contest headed by Darryl Costanzo and Jim Morales, they were signed to Bulac and the album was polished and sold in independent record stores. Three One G distributed and marketed this version due to Bulac still being a relatively new venture at the time.
The album received a new release in 2000 after the band were picked up by Epic records that year.
The original version featured a picture of a decapitated and skinned (up to the snout) head of a lion with the crown of its skull ripped off, and the shadow of a man lingering over it.. The current artwork features a series of dolls dressed like the band in what appears to be an office.