I sometimes get roped into doing things I have no business doing, and this illustration represents one of those times.
In 1992/93 I was sharing a studio with a very talented artist named Martin Emond, who was much in demand for things like record album covers. A band called the Hallelujah Picassos had recently asked him to do a cover for them. Martin seemed to think that the only thing holding me back from having all the record album cover work I could handle was that I was too diffident to just point-blank ask for it, so he basically emotionally blackmailed one of the band into asking me to do an illo for the CD booklet. Here's the never-used result.
Not sure why they never used it. I think it may have been as simple as making their todgers too small.