This was the first ever Poison Control Center 7inch record. It was a split with Lake Holiday and it came out on Bi-Fi Records in 2003.
Our side had 4 songs that were presented in a song cycle concept about this girl and her sunshine factory! It was limited to 500 and has been out of print since 2005.
What they said about it: "Side A houses four short tracks by The Poison Control Center, who have a very psychedelic sixties sound. "Little N Marie U" starts things off as a pop tune filled with those typical warbly, dreamy vocals that dominated the psych era - heck, they've even got the British accents to really give it that British Invasion sound. Then comes "The Sunshine Factory", an organ-based tune with even more modified vocals, warbly to the point of being incomprehensible to most listeners. "The Moon Softly Recedes, Turning Spinning Flowers Back Into Seeds" then comes in with your typical sixties riff (kind of like "Louie Louie," although I'm sure there's better comparisons I'm not thinking of right now) and a bit more power and energy - this is a nice contrast with the other tracks, and one that is further carried on in "Good Morning," another powerful number that blends garage with nice sixties beat pop." Indieville 2003