I've had this tape since high school (22 years ago?? Ohmygod!) so excuse any dropouts. I think it's fine, but I played it a LOT.
Obviously I got this tape for the butthole surfers, who in 1987 were one of my favorite bands. I gotta say though, the Stickmen with Rayguns tracks were what I listened to the most. I also remember asking for them at record stores and never finding anyone who knew who the fuck they were. It wasn't 'till years later that I heard my roomate playing a 7" and said "this sounds like stickmen with rayguns", and it turned out to me the Bobby Soxx 7" (do you self a favor and google Bobby Soxx and read some stories about one of the most wacked out front men in punk history).
This was also my first exposure to recorded Daniel Johnston -I had the snub TV thing on video - (Oops! I meant "Cutting Edge" -Mike) but here Gibby has totally "Butthole Surferized" his performance into nightmarish proportions.
Steve Fitch I still don't know much about and haven't heard anything since. He's got some records out and is currently selling all his publishing rights on MySpace. It may be worth it, cuz his "In the Neighborhood" is an amazing lead off to this classic acid drenched Texas nightmare.
It's Better to Regret Things You HAVE Downloaded Than to Regret Thing's You HAVEN'T Download