This epic love song to powdered doughnuts was recorded live by someone somewhere in the early to mid 90's and stands as one of my favorite Stubb songs of all time. I believe it catches him at his best: both playful and brutally heartfelt at the same time with the audience hanging on every word for the full eight and a half minutes of this song.
My friend, Mitchell Powers made a short documentary about Peter that you can find a clip from HERE. You can find a really old interview with Peter Stubb here and find some live videos of him here, here and even here
(the recording cuts out for 5 seconds around the 7 minute mark. Every recording of this that I've ever heard does that.)
This link has been reactivated because this song is great. Added to the download is "Sad Way to Go", which he played right after "Powdered Donuts", further exemplifying how Stubb can change gears in a matter of seconds from playing funny songs into a song about suicide. He fucks it up and stops quickly, but i've always loved this version. Enjoy. "Powdered Donuts" is long but the payoff stays with you for a lifetime.