The second long-player from the Los Angeles-based Peanut Butter Conspiracy is much more a reflection of their live sound than their debut effort. The Conspiracy were sonically asserting themselves with a decidedly hip approach. This is especially evident on the stretched-out and psychedelic 'Too Many Do' and the deliciously trippy 'Ecstasy', which sports frenzied and wiry fretwork similar to that of Quicksilver Messenger Service string man John Cipollina. Equally inspired are 'Lonely Leaf' and the somewhat paranoid and darkly guilded 'Time Is After You'. For fans of Jefferson Airplane, January Tyme, Yankee Dollar, Sunshine Company, etc.