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"The important thing to remember about Scraping Teeth is that they are serious musicians," asserts Spin editor Mark Blackwell. "They didn't create this music to try to win our contest. They've obviously been playing for years. I don't think they meant to be bad. I think they meant to fit some mysterious category of their own, like Skinny Puppy or the Swans, with all the things that make those bands interesting removed."
"We've achieved the ultimate reaction," assesses Falestra.
"I wouldn't be surprised if they got some sort of mediocre record deal out of it," continues Blackwell. "Maybe MTV News or even a shot at Letterman."
"I've got a feeling we'll be doing lots of interviews," says the illegitimate vermin in agreement. "I couldn't believe it when they told us we made it to the final three. It's pretty hard to get that kind of recognition."
He's right. After all, there are millions of musicians out there. But there's only one Worst Band in America.