The band, led by the husband and wife duo of Randy Stodola and Diane Chai, was fixture on the early Los Angeles punk scene.
According to the internet (so it's gotta be true), there were only 1500 of these pressed.
The Dangerhouse covers were often just a folded piece of paper inside a plastic liner. I guess it was cheaper than actually gluing together a normal sleeve. Maybe it's because they could be assembled in somebody's kitchen rather than a factory.
The Alley Cats put out an album on an indie label, then got signed to MCA were they put out another. Both are worth seeking out.