|Bubba and Me|
|Genre||acid rock, space rock, heavy metal|
|Released||April 7, 1991|
|Previous||Drip, Drip, Drip...|
Bubba and Me is the first studio album released by the acid rock band Skinny Dippers on Acid Records. The album garnered the band a substantial fanbase.
The song "Take a Trip with Me" sparked some controversy when some of the band's fans, a trio of teenagers, overdosed on PCP.
The songs "Bad Acid Trip", "Blow the Joint", and "Hooker with a Hookah" are re-recorded from the Cookoo On the Choochoo demo.
The tracks "Holy Smoke" and "Drip" are re-written songs from the Drip, Drip, Drip... demo.
The album features a strong acid rock vibe, with long instrumental parts and a psychedelic feel. The bassist, Jay Stöpenmyer, also played additional guitar parts on "Trip Out of This World". The song feels very reminiscent of Black Sabbath's "Planet Caravan". A number of the tracks, such as "7-Pointed Leaf" and "QuickFix", are similar to some of Black Sabbath's other early works with a thicker, heavier tone.
- Holy Smoke
- Bad Acid Trip
- Blow the Joint
- 7-Pointed Leaf
- Hooker with a Hookah
- Take a Trip with Me
- Trip Out of This World
- Karl Varr - vocals, guitars
- Jay Stöpenmyer - bass, guitars
- J. Ivy - drums
- Wizzard - sitar