Sealed in the shrink wrap
Cover is mint
Translucent blue vinyl.
Limited to 6000 copies for Record Store Day 2011.
Pre-owned, vintage- memorabilia-style 1996 tour Sonic Youth (Gent, Belgium gig) T-Shirt design.
Bi-lingual March 19 concert venue date on front in Flemish and French.
Automatic washer leitmotif adopted by the group for that album when they spotted two fans wearing t-shirts of such.
There are few records in my modest collection that I take more pride in than the Coachmen’s Failure to Thrive. And it’s not because it consistently sells for over $100. It’s because it’s original, raw proof of a an aspiring (yet, ironically, failing to thrive).
To me, it’s the perfect link. The JD King/Thurston Moore combination weaves sharp, choppy, zig-zagging guitar with (somewhat) melodic chord changes. It’s edgy. It’s nervous. It’s a little nerdy
March 3rd, ’93 concert venue date on front.
Rolling Stones’ lips motif revamped and worn by Kim Gordon for that tour.
More details on the show:
TV Shit is a series of covers, all of the same track: Washington, D.C. hardcore punk band Youth Brigade‘s song “No Song II”. The original version was a one-second song consisting of the spoken word “no”.