The Bad Examples,
now known as Chicago's top pop-rock club attraction, put out the
original cassette version of "MEAT:" as a demo for booking
back in 1987. As their popularity grew the fan demand made the
album into a commercial tape release. Now it has been re-packaged
with full printed lyrics and liner notes at a budget price. The
disc and cassette now contain two additional songs, "Little Disasters"
and "Reinventing The Wheel." This also contains the original version
of "Not Dead Yet" co-produced by Shoes' Jeff Murphy.