A glorious find, obscure lo-fi and sampling projects can be done terribly, or they can be done really well. This is a prime example of the latter.
The project is from Iowa, and is about as deranged a recording as anything else I can possibly conjure to memory. It's best described as Sound Collage, and has a very prevalent Hillbilly / Cabaret / Vaudeville / Jazz theme to it. The first couple of tracks feature deranged laughing (possibly a perfect edition to the sound-track of the famous X-Files episode "Home").
I think it's impossible to describe this tape using just words, but I will say that it's like nothing I've heard before, and the final track is so catchy I played it non stop for best part of an hour. Kinda like Bluegrass on Acid and with the feel of Doom Metal trying to be Country.