I'm a big Big Head Todd and the Monsters fan because I grew up listening to them and watched them evolve from a local band to a pretty well known national band back down to a 2nd tier venue act (The Fillmore in Denver, for example).
I've listened to thier albums a lot over the years and unfortunately, the band is only known for one or two songs that got popular with their Sister Sweetly
is perhaps their most popular song and one of the songs that BHTM plays live almost every where they go. It's not one of my favorite songs becuase it gets overplayed. I did a quick search for some live BHTM and found this vid, which is of course, Bittersweet.
I'd say that when BHTM were truly at their best was perhaps between the years 1989-1994 when Todd Park Mohr was really just coming on to the scene and his guitar playing style was getting some recognition outside of the Denver/Boulder music scene. I've seen them live 2-3 times and when Todd Park Mohr really wants to ripp on his guitar, his right hand is moving so fast, its hard to focus on. It's just a flash down around the pick ups.
Anyhoo, here's what I did find and you can see a little of it in this vid:
It's more substance than style, more feeling then technical perfection.