Fullest Houses is the 4th studio album by Uncle Jesse 2.0 (Formerly, Uncle Jesse & The Rippers)
It was originally intended to be the groups final album, and was designed as a soundtrack to a short film which was never produced. The album was produced in two halves, the first (No Dave, No Deal) being produced by Brian Vagina in his girlfriend's college dorm and the second (Jesse Death) being produced by Sean Spoon in his ex-wife's apartment.
The album was originally completed in the summer of 2015, but withheld by Wank Media due to a legal battle stemming from the bands refusal to tour for their previous album, Triforcing Your Dick In My Mouth. After winning the rights to their back catalog thanks to Maxwell Overdrive's law skills, the album was eventually released independently on Christmas Day, 2015.
The album is a loose concept album/soundtrack which tells the story of a figurative character named Jesse. Jesse acts as a stand in for the band, and sees him becoming frustrated over the announcement of the Netflix Original sequel to Full House, Fuller House. In anger, Jesse creates a violent and experimental electronic album called No Dave No Deal. He attempts to have the album released on a major label but the producer, Kevin The Big Retard, refuses and tries to force Jesse to produce a more commercially viable album. The two get in an altercation and Jesse is stabbed.
As Jesse bleeds out on a mixing board, he begins to hallucinate wildly, seeing all the great moments in his life. His mental state slowly glides through melancholy, ecstasy, fear, resentment and finally, anger. As the track "We're Genuinely Sorry About This One, Folks" climaxes, Jesse reaches a peak consciousness and his form is disintegrated and his essence is scattered to the universe. His eulogy (No PG) acts as a "credit sequence" for the album, going through a bunch of song's that have a deep meaning to both the character and the band. This story was originally intended to be adapted into a short film, with the album acting as a score, but when the band was dropped from Wank Media, they couldn't afford to continue production.
No Dave, No Deal: Edit
- Jesus Is Ded - 03:17
- Eggrevated Assalt - 02:56
- Supercaliforniaspasticexperleveldopeshit - 01:11
- Show About White People In New York Eating Pickles and Shit, Fuck You Bitch - 03:41
- Ebola Doritos - 02:36
- Int. Croc. Alg.- 02:06
- Superman? Oh 05:25
- Garbage Day (Gay) 02:55
- AW $HIT HELLA MOTHA FUCKING 666 ODD FUTURE MAN BRO CHECK THIS OUT MY SWAG WITH THE WHAT WHOLE 666 420 $$$$ HOLLA HOLLA GET DOLLA SWED CASH FUCKING MARIJUANA CIGARETTES GANGSTA GANGSTA EASY E C.R.E.A.M SO BAKED OFF THE BOBMARLEY GANGA 420 SHIT PURE OG KUUSSHHH LEGALIZE CRYSTAL WE - 01:21
- Yeezus Is Ded 05:32
Jesse Death: Edit
- wHOA - 03:41
- Stepheaded Redchild - 03:51
- Cl!t7w!$73r - 04:28
- 69 - 04:06
- Objective Truths (Part 3) - 03:35
- I'm Genuinely Sorry About This One, Folks - 04:47
- Fullest Houses (Fullest Havels) - 03:06
- e621 - 03:36
- C1 (Prelude) - 02:38
- No PG (Storm's End/Uncle Jesse Two-Point-No/With Final Regards) - 12:35
- Sean Spoon - Production, Vocals, Programming
- Brian Vagina - Drum Machine, Synthesizers, Sampler, Production
- Maxwell Overdrive - Bass Guitar, Vocals
- "C1 (Prelude)" was actually produced by Carry-T.
- The album was produced during a time when Sean Spoon and Brian Vagina weren't speaking to each other, hence the decision to make two separate albums united by a common theme.
- Before the decision to make a short film, there was planned to be a full album music video done in a claymation style, it was deemed too expensive.
- The album wasn't intended to be a commentary on the situation with their record label, it was a coincidence that the album was delayed over a label dispute.
- This is the first Uncle Jesse album to showcase Sean Spoon rapping, foreshadowing their hip-hop influenced sound
- Bassist Maxwell Ovitsky is only featured on the album in the form of bass sounds that were sampled and looped into the track, and a brief rap verse on "Fullest Houses (Fullest Havels)".
- The title "Uncle Jesse Two-Point-No" is a foreshadowing that the band would change their name to Uncle Jesse 2.0 when they re-formed in 2017
- The first letter of each track on No Dave, No Deal acrosticly spells JESSE IS GAY.
Original Liner Notes Edit
"this is the final Uncle Jesse and The Rippers album
so long, and thank you for all the memes"