I'd argue that 1987's ...And His Orchestra is The Fastbacks (more HERE) finest moment. But a good case could be made for 1994's Answer the Phone Dummy, which which features some of Kurt Bloch's finest songs, like "Waste of Time". This 1994 single contains some excellent outtakes from that album (including the title track!)
A All In Order 3:01
B1 Answer The Phone, Dummy 0:52
B2 Allison 1:17
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