Sundays are for resting, so get off your computer and enjoy what’s left of your weekend. (On the left, the 1968 US Reprise Records pressing, and on the right, the 2011 UK Sanctuary Records double “orange splattered green” mono / stereo release.) God save the Village Green (and what’s left of your weekend)!
So reads the b-side label to this single-sided 10” from pop-punk favorites, NOFX. A compilation of obscure 80s hardcore songs, 2011’s NOFX (the album, not the band) was released on (this, single-sided) 10”, 7”, and 12” picture disc formats. If you know them, you love them. If you’re in the dark, you’ll likely remain there, as this is not music for the masses.
We laser cut vinyl records to become pieces of monster art. We ship cut records that you can break apart and build. (2011)
Using Kickstarter as their platform, Record Monsters conjured up 303 backers (myself and 302 others), and proceeded to kickout a series of various insects, dinosaurs, and creepy-crawlers, all laser cut out of upcycled vinyl. Ingenius… until some unknown, safety-conscious cloud rushed in. Again, from the lion’s mouth:
The project yielded around 300 vinyl monsters, and they seem to be going for outrageous (yet understandable) amounts.
Funded! This project was successfully funded on April 16, 2011.
Please accept, ignore, or shrug off my apologies, but I’ve got to make it a quick one tonight. Consider tonight’s outing a trailer of sorts… a bit of an open window into tomorrow’s matinee. Do you remember Record Monsters? No? Well, it involved 4-million year old beasts, records, and, oh yeah, lasers.