Among the Windy City’s hottest destinations through the early ’90s, boasting the prolific songwriting abilities of lead vocalist Ralph Covert and incendiary business lead electric guitar from John Duich. Shaped in 1987, the music group released a cassette, Meats: The Poor Examples, another season. Covert’s “Not really Dead However,” among the group’s most widely used numbers, was included in Styx on the Edge from the Hundred years record. The Bad Illustrations’ debut Compact disc on the Drinking water Dog label, Poor Is Beautiful, premiered in 1991, along with a live established followed twelve months later. Subsequent produces included 1995’s Kisses 50¢ as well as the 1998 live record Two-Meter Periods. Bassist Tom “Pickles” Piekarski previously used John Prine.
Music Songs Ashes of My Heart, Not Dead Yet, Squeezing the Puzzle Together, She Smiles Like Richard Nixon, Statue by the Phone, From Ragtime to Rags, Faces in Picasso's Notebook, Long Drive Back from Madison, Feeling Your Head Against the Wall, You Owe Me Money, One Perfect Moment, Sammy the Dog, Reaching for Shadows, Jeune Fille in a White Sundress, Hey St. Peter, Rubber Cement Man, Beautiful Bonfire, Out of Tune Song, Man Underwater, Promises in the Dark, It's Over Now, Little Disasters, The Secret of Television, A Place of Her Own, Which Piece Is Missing, Til the Cup Is Broke, Failing with the Best Intentions, Feed You to the Sharks, Raspberry Jam, Swallowing Fire, Stranger Than Fiction, Harrogate Blues
Albums Bad Is Beautiful, Smash Record, Cheap Beer Night, Good Examples of Bad Examples, Human Hell, Profis Like Us, The River The Night The Moon Temptation and you, MEAT:, Kisses 50 Cents, 5000 Days, Slow Music, Not Dead Yet, Meat: the Bad Examples, Elektro Tiki