- Performer:The Raunchy Young Lepers
- Title:Simon and Garfunkel Shoot Up Salt Through Their Wangs!
- Size FLAC version1160 mb
- Size MP3 version1463 mb
- Size WMA version1377 mb
- Formats:AAC WMA ADX WAV MP2 VOC
Titled after the memorably random comment from Dr. Pain at the conclusion of the Lepers' butchering of "Scarborough Fair," Simon and Garfunkel Shoot Up Salt Through Their Wangs! does something nobody in their right mind would have thought of before the age of cheap CD burners -- a digital remastering of the entire Lepers back catalogue. Done by two fans who had the patience of Job and clearly far too much time on their hands, then coordinated for release by the former 28086 on his Tape Mountain label, the 12-disc set puts everything together in more or less chronological order. Live in the Garage and Short Attention Spans, The Price of Apathy and A Christmas Travesty, and Claustrophobia and Off to the Front get the two-albums-on-one-disc treatment; otherwise, each album stands on its own, right down to the audible tape stops and starts throughout. The Sex and Heredity reunion album is left off, but considering how it lacks much of that "classic" Lepers sound, it's an understandable omission. As would only be appropriate for a box set, there's a further disc of rarities which fills out just about everything else the band recorded in its theoretical heyday, not counting the varying "solo" projects at the time which often featured all the other members. Entitled after its final song, Pre-Teen Sluts - The Lost RYL, it's a stretch to call the rarities disc illuminating, but for those who simply can't have enough Lepers in their lives, here's where to get some more. About half come from a slightly post-Lepers recording, Pissing on an Owl, with ragged, louder versions of earlier Leper landmarks such as "Hopeless" and "Night of the Living Lepers." Most of the rest are outtakes from Bastards of Democracy, including a cover of the Exploited's "Let's Start a War" and three songs by the Lepers' kinder, gentler side project, the Republican Young Levites -- though the sentiments of "Let the Liberals Fry" don't differ much from regular Leper fun. As for "Pre-Teen Sluts" itself, it starts out as something of a song before degenerating into a talking-crap session between all the Lepers (except the thankfully absent 28086) about their favored pre-teen sluts. The Lepers in a nutshell, in other words.