The song was from the 1987 album Law of the Fish, which was the band's third album (although the first for major label Epic). Law of the Fish rose to #139 on the Billboard charts, and ushered in the Radiators' brief period as a modestly successful commercial act (the band released two other albums on the Epic label before being dropped in 1990).
In the aftermath of leaving Epic, the band continued to tour and play, and developed a core following of fishheads. The Radiators wrote and performed more than 300 original songs (many never recorded for an album) and also performed over 1,000 covers. Their shows, which included long jam sessions, often ran over three hours. In short, the Radiators became the New Orleans party band of choice. Cool trivia fact: the Radiators' members did not change through the years; the original 1978 lineup remained intact until the band called in quits, in June of 2011.