Mr. Bungle is the 1991 self-titled album by Mr. Bungle. The album contains many genre shifts which are typical of the band, and helped increase the band's popularity, gaining them a reasonable following and fanbase. The first track, Quote Unquote was originally titled Travolta but had to be changed for legal reasons.
"Quote Unquote" is the only Mr. Bungle song to have an official music video; however, this video was never aired on MTV. However, the video is in the MTV Two archive and has been played on their show 120 Metal Minutes
Samples from David Lynch's 1986 film Blue Velvet are strewn throughout the album. And it's publicly known that Mike Patton would like to compose music or design the whole soundtrack to one of David Lynch's future projects.
The track "Carousel" contains the line "Will Warner Brothers put our records on the shelf?". In the lyric sheet, it replaces that line with "Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee", a song from the musical Grease.