The album was recorded in November 2002 live in the studio, with minimal production.
The album's name comes from a neologism coined by Eels front-man Mark Oliver Everett for "a social gathering at which participants engage in folk singing and sometimes dancing [a hootenanny], but mostly the shooting of guns.
Includes an MP3 Download Voucher
180g Heavyweight Vinyl
All In A Day's Work
|A3||The Good Old Days||3:03|
|A4||Love Of The Loveless||3:32|
Rock Hard Times
|B2||Restraining Order Blues||3:11|
|B4||Wrong About Bobby||2:46|
|B7||Somebody Loves You||3:01|