In the spring and summer of 1999, Satan’s Pilgrims were awaiting the release of their self-titled fifth album. During that time, an in-store performance was recorded live at Jackpot Records on June 13, 1999 onto a mono cassette recorder. Since they were promoting a new album which was yet to be released, none of those songs had been performed in front of a live audience before. Both Jackpot Records and Satan's Pilgrims agreed that this lo-fi boombox recording should be released as-is and sonically unaltered, since it really captures what it was like to be standing a few feet in front of the band vibrating the entire block. What could be more ”Record Store Day” than an album recorded IN a record store? Mastered by Black Belt Mastering (The Germs, Green Day, Pearl Jam). Includes a show flyer from the performance. Limited to 1,500 copies.