(Eva 12010)

Eva Records in France released the first well-distributed bootleg edition of the Dead Man album. Doug Tull tried to sue a U.S. company for their involvement, but was unsuccessful.


(Paradise Lost PLR-002)

Josefus reunited once more and played for a few local events, but mainly worked on recording our Son of Dead Man album, which was released in 1990. It had four previously unreleased songs that we wrote in the 60s and 70s.


(Epilogue 1002)

Jim Musil's original 1969 master recording was released as Get Off My Case on vinyl. Just before Neal Skok & Epilogue were ready to put it out on CD, bootleg CDs appeared all over Europe.

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