Of all the hotly sought-after original Killed-By-Death punk singles, few to none are as notorious – or mysterious – as the Gacy's Place EP by The Mentally Ill. The sleeve, the topics, the so-horrible-it's-amazing production values, that voice. Many in the know crown it the sickest punk record ever made. But there is more – much more. The Gacy's Place sessions yielded eight songs, only three were ever released. A dig in the ol' crawlspace turned up even cruder earlier demos with alternate versions of the EP songs, plus over half-a-dozen others, heard only by a handful of people. A true labor of man-boy love, it took Jello Biafra years to pry these songs loose from the band. 2004's Gacy's Place: The Undiscovered Corpses compiles all three recording sessions by The Mentally Ill: The Starbeat Sessions, The Basement Sessions and The Crawlspace Sessions for a total of 20 tracks!