126. “Introduce Yourself” [4-Track Demos]
Who Cares a Lot? (1998)
We kick this off with a sloppy Chuck Mosley demo. He has a fleck of surfer-bum allure, but does anyone care?
We Care a Lot (1985)
Awful ’80s syncopation decided to shit on a cassette and let a stoner chant prayers over it.
Introduce Yourself (1987)
Basically the prior installment’s twin, save for slightly improved production value, and a switch from forgettable Ministry to generic California punk.
123. “As The Worm Turns” [Live]
“Epic” (B-Side) (1990)
Mike Patton’s first appearance covers a Mosley-era tune that (strangely) only Mosley could do. Their styles are vastly dissimilar, exacerbated here in concert.
122. “As The Worm Turns” [Re-Recorded]
“Midlife Crisis” (B-Side) (1992)
It even turns out that the in-studio reworking is only a marginal improvement.
121. “Highway Star” [Live]
Who Cares A Lot? (1998)
Our first truly gimmicky throwaway and one best left to the cutting-room floor. Speaking of which…