In intro we just played the melody on a couple of whistles and then we bounced it back and forward between the internal mics of two tape-decks until the sound started disappearing into hell. Like when you look at an image reflected within two mirrors forever, in the distance it gets darker and greener and murkier.
("The intro is like a fever dream")
In the opening bars of "Julie And Candy" (and again at 2:46), a sample of dialogue taken from George A. Romero's 1972 film "Season of the Witch" can be heard:
Shirley: "You're putting me on!" Gregg: "We're going to try it, you ever try it?" Shirley: "You're putting me on!" Gregg: "I'm TURNING you on." Shirley: "You're putting me on! Where did you get that stuff?" Gregg: "Oh, Nikki's growing a patch out in the backyard". Shirley: "Come on, you're putting me on." Nikki: "Yeah, he's putting you on, he's a brat!" Shirley: "Uh-huh. Sure, sure!"