Phil Thomas Katt ⫸ ⫸ ⫸ ⫸ ⫸
Phil Thomas Katt, sometimes called PTK, is a singer/songwriter, filmmaker, music video producer, and radio DJ from Pensacola, Florida. He is the creator and host of The Uncharted Zone, a weekly, web-based program that showcases the music videos of independent, obscure, and sometimes absurd musicians and bands (including the absolutely essential genius of Mark Gormley). PTK has also acquired a cult-like following of weirdo pop fanatics in recent years due to both his songs and his eye-popping green-screen music videos. He also hosts PTK Late Nite on Radio Free Pensacola, an internet radio station.
Phil Thomas Katt is renowned for his use of self-describing adjectives, including "The Space-Happy," "The Flamboyant," and, perhaps his best known, "The Eccentric”. He is recognized for his "smooth, Southern voice” and trademark black shag hairdo and sunglasses.
This cassette contains 13 classic tracks from the debut album 'Nine Lives' by the "eccentric" Phil Thomas Katt. In 1986, Phil developed a cult following in Pensacola, Florida after faking his death as a publicity stunt for this self-released album. After things were cleared up with the police, the cassettes began being passed around among fans of the underground music scene. That year you could easily hear "Share Your Woman With Me" or "Tina" playing from car stereos outside of roller rinks or from boomboxes on the Gulf Shore. If you knew of PTK then you were in the know.
Perpetual Doom is pleased to bring you these original songs of teenage innocence and excessive sexual innuendo. We guarantee you're going to wear this tape out. As Phil would say, "it's cool."