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Ted Worthless

Around 1986 in Mesa, Arizona there was a fellah that went by a lot of names, but for this incarnation went by the handle "Ted Worthless". He had a guitar and a 4-track tape recorder, plus access to various keyboards and an unquenchable thirst for recording strange music and prostelyzing. This is one of the inevitable results, and I dare you to listen. :D

This one I couldn't find CD artwork for, so I don't think it got a CD release - therefore, only the 1987 Cassette release is canon. It came with this large fold-out J-Card. Two-color copies in 1987 was actually a process where you'd run the paper through the copier once for each color, changing out the toner cartridge each run. Roughly analagous to the way spot-color offset printing works. That ended up being a very short-lived machine... in 1987, the world was moving fast when it came to printing technology.

Ted Worthless - Tape #2 - Serpents & Bones [1987]