Artwork and disc details Edit
The artwork is a parody of the artwork Green Day's third EP, Sweet Children (more specifically, the art from the first pressing featuring a picture of Mike Dirnt's leg). It features a single leg that's on fire and atop a vandalized set. The image is tinted red and it features the caption, "What have they done, Mike?" For three years, the leg has been a regular stage prop during live performances, until it was given to a fan as part of a raffle. Additionally, one of the tracks is a reference to the quote "What do you think, Mike?" which appeared on the second pressing of Sweet Children.
The name doesn't appear on the album at all, leading fans to believe that What Have They Done, Mike? is the title. Later pressings include the actual name on the spine of the CD. The disc was originally blank, but a year later, album information is now present on the disc. In between, there was merely a message that read "No, it's not an oversight. Do you seriously seek knowledge from a CD?" The back features a black and white picture vandalized Volkswagen Type 2 on fire, with the quote "No sir, I don't like it."