This torrent contains both known recordings of the band Daisyhead and the Mooncrickets.
Daisyhead & The Mooncrickets was a project of Dax Riggs in 1997 that never took off. Only two recordings are known to exist. One is a self-titled 14 track recording, where most of the songs are cut off before they end. A few covers are included, such as David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust". Most of the song titles are unknown. It is also the earliest recording of the "Deadboy & the Elephantmen Theme Song," which Riggs would sometimes play when he formed a band by that name in late 2000.
The other album is Skeletal Circus Derails which later inspired the name of the Dax Riggs fan site SkeletalCircus.com.
Daisyhead & the Mooncrickets is akin to an urban legend for fans of underground bluesy rock. But the two works, especially Skeletal Circus Derails are an important chapter in Riggs' history. Fans to this day regularly ask him to play certain songs from that album when they see him on tour.
They also detail a point in Riggs' career when he's struggling for life after Acid Bath disbanded in 1997. Toward the end of that metal group, Riggs was pushing for a more melodic sound, which materializes in his subsequent bands Agents of Oblivion and Deadboy & the Elephantmen. This sound was first born on the Daisyhead & The Mooncrickets recordings.