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posted a comment on Christian Marclay, Dan Lander, Micah Lexier - Sound By Artists - Sound Page. over 3 years ago
Important to note that the flexi disc is not only bound into the book, but only half of it is in the book. The other half or so was trimmed off in order for the flexi to adapt to the page size of the book. So even if you were to remove the flexi by ... See full review
posted a comment on Godhead (3) - New Lottery. over 3 years ago
I have seen mention of an insert somewhere... but I bought mine when it came out and it doesn't have an insert. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.
posted a comment on Wire - Pink Flag. over 4 years ago
I have a version with different label art than the "F-2" version and also has "F-3" in the dead wax.
posted a review of The Consumers - All My Friends Are Dead. over 6 years ago
Remastered, far superior over the original edition.
posted a comment on Neef - Neef. over 6 years ago
I believe copies were also made available (possibly later after the installation, at Soap Plant on Melrose in a cigarette machine modified to sell art and other ephemera.
posted a comment on Tom Recchion - Freak Show. over 6 years ago
Includes insert in Japanese and English. Edition of 50 made for the US market as "Solid Eye SEC1".
posted a comment on Alvars Orkester - Reel Session. over 7 years ago
Edition of 23 on clear vinyl.
posted a comment on The Child Molesters - Wir Lieben Die Jugendlich Mädchen. over 8 years ago
According to Ace Farren Ford, "[This record was] erroneously issued as an Ace & Duce record. This was actually an unauthorized release not approved by any of the band, but it was put out by a fellow who was in the group for a short while ... same four ... See full review
posted a comment on John Duchac. over 8 years ago
John Duchac is John Doe of X
posted a review of The Consumers - All My Friends Are Dead. over 9 years ago
It is long rumored that this LP (which was recorded in 1978) was originally going to be released by Dangerhouse, but the label declined to release it after the Consumers broke up on stage at the Whisky-a-Go-Go when singer David Wiley stormed off the ... See full review