From what I've heard, Bedhead were the only good band in Dallas, although I have not so much as left the airport there so I cannot really speak to that. What I can say is that I was lucky enough to see them play at Bottom Of The Hill in 1998 and they were fantastic.
The 90s were a pivotal decade for me, apparently.
I was surprised to learn that the label still had a few of these records left so I quickly sent off a check (money order? well concealed cash?) and some weeks later had the record in my (presumably) grubby hands. This wasn't recently, so I doubt you can pull the same stunt, although it never hurts to try I suppose. I always liked this record because it seemed more upbeat to me than most Bedhead stuff. I will let you be the judge.
Ladies and gentlemen, for your listening pleasure, the second single by Bedhead.
The Rest Of The Day b/w I'm Not There (Direct Hit)
1. The Rest Of The Day
2. I'm Not There