Written, arranged, performed and produced by Deborah "La Cocodrila" De La Torre (piano). With Ron Bland (bass) and Thomas A. Blomster (percussion).

Also with Patricia Surman (flute) and Randy Runyan (trumpet). The album's title song is an act of jodiendo with the rules of music genre-writing, starting off with a not-so-polite word. It begins as an Afro-Caribbean call-and-response song that slows to a snarky swing with some smart-alecky flute and trumpet chisme cutting through, like it's their opinions or something. Some crazy-ass scales and melodic son clave rhythm patterns talk smack to the bass solo. How do you get back home to the main melody? Well, you gotta run faster and hurry up, just to try to catch up.