Japanese Psych Band Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO with their 2003:
and their 2005 LP raising the bar considerably in this category. It does not get much better than their Goodbye, John Peel LP:
Right down to the actual disc and labels:
Nashville based trio CHEAP TIME released this LP in 2009
TAKRL look for the insert and TMOQ look for the front for this 1984 live album by Australian band Cold Chisel:
Canadian punk band “The Smugglers” went ‘all TMOQ’ for their 1992 LP:
The label name was Popllama – hence the chosen animal. I believe this is the only time the label did a ‘bootleg-themed’ release.
Right down to the labels!
There is also a two page insert but it doesn’t look very ‘TMOQ-ish’. Not surprisingly, it’s much easier to do this as a relatively unknown band.
Even though this is a CD, this solo effort by Irish “musician, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist” Marc Carroll, deserves to be included. Even the title was lifted from the famous 1985 Dylan bootleg box set:
He also did a live album:
All day I was thinking “were have I seen this before?” … and then I found it:
2013 Record Store Day release by this Cincinnati garage band.
Another 2013 release: