From The Secret History of the Cedar Valley
Sometime during a particular winter, it must've been January, Holly Sells and Jill Hartleip left their apartment in the care of Joe Riehle. For a month, then, Jeff Moravec would come to Clay Street, assist in feeding the Iguana, and the birthing of a double cassette ultra-baby. Although the two (see Band Members below) had played music in the past, assisting each other with various solo works (see Jump Up and Jam and Repressionistic Cult of Barbara) and collaborating on a variety of audio odds and ends, never before had they together attempted something of this scope.
The scope aimed at robots, of course, as well as elephants and christmas, and, perhaps, other themes, and was organized by the days of the week. The resulting title was characteristically long and unwieldy (and now forgotten) and so, for the most part of the tongue, it was said as The Dailies. This abbreviated, informal title was then extended, informally, to subsequent works solely of the duo, notably "1991" which served the credits of Cory Wagner's Rock's Chosen Warrior vehicle "1991: The Movie."
Hello, hello, hello I'm loving you today
Hello, hello, hello I'm begging you to stay
And do not turn the calendar
I'm begging, please don't go
And say, "Hello, hello, hello"
Nuclear winter froze my soul
Lost the batteries to my remote control
My destiny is bound with the sun
I'm hitchin' a ride back to badass 1991
Time is money, what's the cost
What's the fare we're paying
Do we get paid for our vacation time off
If so, where are we going
Is this train our lives' felicity
Would it be safer that we run
Charging with broken bottles back to badass 1991