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A lil History of label:
Trade Mark of Quality (Often abbreviated as TMQ or TMoQ) stared in the early 1970s (possibly in the late 1960s) by two guys known only as Ken and Dub. Originating in Los Angeles, California, the duo pressed bootlegs of live rock shows. They used colored, virgin vinyl and full-color covers, gaining a reputation for quality work.
The duo split after a few years, and Dub kept the original Trade Mark of Quality going, still using the "farm style" pig logo, while Ken started using the cigar smoking "Pig Daddy" logo. Ken would copy every new release from Dub's label, using cheaper black vinyl and a less expensive covers. Soon, Dub started adding "Accept No Substitutes" to his releases.
Ken stopped his branch of TMOQ in late 1973, starting up The Amazing Kornyphone Record Label with another bootlegger known as "Dr Telly Phone." Later he created a number of other labels, including Phoenix and Saturated Records, which made copies of TMOQ and TAKRL records with higher quality color. Dub shut down his branch of TMOQ in 1974, taking a break from bootlegging.
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