This was the A side of their first single on Dangerous records, released in 1977. Mr. Big was the B side. It was called 198 seconds of the Dils, and came in a plastic bag with the cover printed on a piece of construction paper.
this song was used in a sexploitation film from 1965 called Mondo Keyhole, which was directed by Jack Hill, a well known sexploitation/horror genre director of the 60’s -70’s. I'll bet Mark Francis (of the LRC and Lost & Found) has seen this, or might even have a copy!
Remixes of 6 tracks from their 2nd LP (Staring at the Sound, released in 2012 on State records), which they weren’t totally pleased with & felt could’ve been better. They re-recorded them during the pandemic (remotely).