Phleg Camp was never terribly popular, and it doesn't look like too many people out there still carry a torch for the band. I can't find embeddable audio from Ya'Red Fair Scratch anywhere on the Internet (though admittedly I don't know where all the secret doors are). I suspect this song was retitled and possibly rewritten for Ya'Red Fair Scratch, because I recognize the bit at the end. Just imagine its considerable badassery—I'm hearing a little Jesus Lizard and a lot of Mule—enhanced by the badassery of Albini's signature sound.
Because I'd read Peter's post, I already knew something about what Chenaux had gotten up to since Phleg Camp, but I was curious about the rest of the band. All three members have been in lots of groups over the past two decades, and Phleg Camp bassist Sean Dean currently plays in the Sadies. Drummer Gavin Brown is an A&R executive for Universal Canada and a hugely successful producer—most notably, he's worked on platinum albums from Three Days Grace and Billy Talent. Kinda drives home what a long time 20 years can be.