This was the back cover of the Tom Dickie and the Desires debut album “Competition” which was shot up in Massachusetts at the Polaroid factory. They let us use a state of the art (in 1980) camera they were developing that took pictures that measured 20”x24” right out of the camera. You can see the actual pictures as they came out of the camera on the wall behind us. As well as the Polaroid logo rainbow across the top of the cover. The Drummer on the album was Mickey Currie who joined the band when we started the album but only lasted until the first show when we opened for Hall and Oates during the month of recording. They snatched him up after they heard our Soundcheck, which is why he’s covering his face. By the time the photo shoot happened we knew he wasn’t going to be sticking around. He was replaced by Chuck Sabo.