The sixth 'proper' J Church album and the first full-length
to feature a four-piece band line-up. The name is taken from graffiti
that appeared during the workers' and students' strikes and protests
in Paris in May 1968. A picture of it appeared way back in 1993
on the cassette version of the Camels,
Spilled Corona... singles collection. Click
here for a picture of the graffiti (not the whole cassette cover).
The title track is 15 minutes long and takes up the whole of side
two of the LP. It's about the events of Paris '68 and is in part
a tribute to the Subhumans' epic Cradle To The Grave
- technically one long song but split into many smaller, distinctive
components. Tree House Of Love is about Andee,
a former J Church drummer who lived in a tree house in Portland.