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Pettibon, Raymond (illustrator)
Life is boring, so why not steal this record.
Lawndale, CA: New Underground Records, 1983.


#17326. LP vinyl record (33 rpm). Housed in illustrated sleeve by Raymond Pettibon (31.5 cm. square); printed red-on-yellow, as are labels to both sides of disc. Near Mint/Near Mint. Accompanied by xerographic liner notes (pink sheet).



“The violence is, to me, more exciting, more thrilling, more sensationally sexy... than Black Fag.” Pettibon provides his own quote to the bottom of this cover design for New Underground Records three-sided punk compilation.

Featuring: Germs, Minutemen, Redd Kross, Modern warfare, Shattered faith, Anti, Mood of defiance, Hari Kari, Sin 34, Carl Stone, Doo-dooettes, Zurich 1916, Tone deaf, Debt of nature, Artistic decline, Modern torture, Invisible chains, Slivers, Vox Pop, and Marshall Mellow—who also contributes a full-page contribution to the xerographic liner notes slipped into the sleeve.




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120 USD

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