Taking a sledgehammer to everything that had come before, they were out to create something completely new in their own freaky image of plastic flutes, quacks, meows and $10 guitars. In 1965 the Godz were just a bunch of Sam Goody's record store employees looking for a way to vent their frustrations, but three years later Jay Dillon, Larry Kessler, Jim McCarthy and Paul Thornton had become the mad sovereigns of the same Lower East Side scene that had spawned the likes of the Fugs, the Holy Modal Rounders, Allen Ginsberg, etc. However, by the time the Godz were ready to record their third album, Jay had decided to call it quits and Larry, Jim, and Paul were left to record The Third Testament on their own. They faced this new line-up challenge by opening up the studio to their friends and inviting them in to freak out to the best of their ability. Also available on LP (GET 1016).