A Parade Of Dusty Old Industrial Record Sleeves
A Industrial Parade Of Dusty Old Industrial Record Sleeves
Greetings, coffin pickers, Rare Ray Shirts here, Miami’s only true socialist merch vendor! The good news is: I’m back on the outside!
Following a failed career in the used flick knife market - & a subsequent 18-month stretch for intent to supply a dangerous weapon - I’m now looking to move into the crowded but lucrative LA Death Metal Beachwear market - you gotta believe me - kids are prepared to die for that kinda toweling!
In the meantime, I’m keeping the wolf from the door with the odd journalistic assignment, hence my debut here in the hallowed pages of tMx! Encoule asked – nee begged – me to have a bit of a shufty through the old record box that time forgot to extract & compile an industrial parade of dusty old record sleeves. So, without further ado, buff up your preconceptions & come & have look at the archaeology in this here trench, Tony!
Smash Hits or Industrial News? The big dilemma back in the day.
This is like the Planet Rock of 'Industrial Music'.
And all the lyrics are in the above slim journal.
The rocking sounds of The Leather Nun
Leer and Rental in the area - class stuff
Ok, if you get your nose pierced...
Late model camo sleeves
'Something Came Over Me' - does Genesis really write all of Elton Johns lyrics
Rare Ray Shirts – tMx 27 – 11/06
LinksWhy not try: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Records
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