I can't think of a record that's less produced than this. Green Fuz by The Green Fuz is barely lo-fi, more no-fi. It's so muffled it sounds like it was recorded through a thick wall, with the mic in a bucket of porridge. The Green Fuz were a late 60s garage band from Texas and this was their only single, recorded in a deserted roadside cafe chosen for it's acoustics. The total lack of any production, clarity, range or tone only adds to it's charm. It was, of course, covered by The Cramps and I think also The Lemonheads.