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We Couldn't Think of a Title
Studio album by
Released May 16, 2003
September 12, 2006 (reissue)
November 5, 2007
RecordedHeadpop Studios
Joshy Apartment Studios
Robby's crappy Yet Effective Vocal Booth
71:42 (reissue)
Rock Ridge(reissue)
ProducerJoshua Key, Psychostick
Psychostick chronology
The Best Sampler Ever! (for some reason)
We Couldn't Think of a Title
The Flesh Eating Roller Skate Holiday Joyride
Singles from We Couldn't Think of a Title
  1. 'BEER!'
    Released: 2006
  2. 'Two Ton Paperweight'
    Released: 2006
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We Couldn't Think of a Title is the first studio album by American comedy rock band Psychostick. The album features Psychostick's brand of metal/hardcore mixed with humor, with some of the tracks being comedy skits or transitions to other songs, like Death Burger, Indecision (which is a recurring skit throughout the album), and Good Morning. Originally self-released on May 16, 2003. This album also contains their most successful track, 'BEER!!!'.

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'We Couldn't Think of a Title' reached #41 on the Billboard's Top Heatseekers,[2] #4 on the Billboard's Top Heatseeker's (West North Central),[3] and #48 on the Top Independent Albums.[4]

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Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Psychostick (Robert Kersey, Joshua Key, Mike Kocian, and Alex Preiss).

3.'Two Ton Paperweight'4:32
4.'Death Burger!'0:53
5.'No Pun Intended'0:09
6.'Why, Oh, Why?'5:09
9.'Prozak Milkshake'5:54
10.'Throwin' Down'5:17
11.'I HATE Doing Laundry'0:27
12.'Return of the Death Burger!'0:23
13.'Largiloquent Dithyramb'5:06
14.'Lizard Sphere X'2:30
15.'Orgasm = Love'4:47
16.'Good Morning'1:37
17.'In a Band to Get Chicks'4:11
18.'Fake My Own Death and Go Platinum / Hidden Track!!!!!!'15:26
19.'ABCDEath' (2006 reissue track)1:07
20.'The Jagermeister Love Song' (2006 reissue track)2:28


  • 'Hokey Fuckin' Pokey' — 3:42 (B-side released by the band through BitTorrent)
  • 'Those Stupid Ifs' - 5:17 (B-side released by the band through BitTorrent)

Alternate Releases[edit]

A version with all of the skits and short songs removed from the album is sold on iTunes



  • Robert 'The Notorious R.O.B.' Kersey (Lead Vocals)
  • Joshua 'Special J' Key (Guitar, Vocals)
  • Mike 'Hawkizzard' Kocian (Bass Guitar, Vocals)
  • Alex 'The Boy' Preiss (Percussion, Annoying Bird Sounds) Co-Lead Vocals (16)
  • Guest Appearances:
    • 'BEER!' – Brian Navarro (answering beer part), Crack Money Records, Biomech, Detox, Digital E, Halfgain, Makeshift, Headcreep, This, The Washingtons, and Wisdom of Eternity.
    • 'Throwin' Down' – Lindsey Hans
    • 'Orgasm = Love' – Becky Williams
    • 'Fake My Own Death and Go Platinum' – Shannon Siggins and Becky Williams
    • 'Lizard Sphere X' – Big Daddy Crack and Double Dee
    • 'Jagermeister Love Song' – Vince 'V' Johansen
  • All songs written and performed by Psychostick
  • Drums Recorded by Scott Seymann at Headpop Studios
  • Guitars and Bass Recorded at Joshy Apartment Studios
  • Vocals Recorded at Robby's Crappy Yet Effective Vocal Booth
  • Produced by Joshua Key and Psychostick
  • Mixed and Engineered by Joshua Key
  • Mastered by Dave Shirk at Sonorus Mastering Inc.
  • Kickdrum Triggering by Ted Preiss
  • Artwork by Robert 'Rawrb' Kersey
  • 'The Dumb' street team led by Tony Shiavo and Alex Preiss

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006)Peak
US BillboardTop Heatseekers[2]41
US Billboard Top Heatseekers (North West Central)[3]4
US BillboardTop Independent Albums[4]48


Psychostick's musical influences are mentioned during a skit following the song 'Pluh' (but within the same track on the album), in which the band continues discussing potential album names for their release. For example, one band-member suggests naming the album 'Destroy Erase Chaosphere,' which references two of Meshuggah's studio albums. Other musical acts mentioned are Pantera and Sevendust.

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  1. ^Allmusic review
  2. ^ abBillboard's Top Heatseekers
  3. ^ abBillboard's Top Heatseekers (West North Central)
  4. ^ abBillboard's Top Independent Albums
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