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"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women are merely players"
- William Shakespeare

 

We’re located in the Chicago area, but will ship to anywhere (sorry Alaska and Hawaii) in the lower 48

SOME OF THE WORK WE'VE DONE

We do it all... t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, hats, tank tops, posters, banners, backdrops, guitar picks, laminates, stickers, key chains, pins, patches, bottles, mugs...



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LISTEN UP!

A place to see who we’re listening to and recommending

 
 
Raw Power - released February 7, 1973

Raw Power - released February 7, 1973

ON THE TURNTABLE - 7/17/19

IGGY AND THE STOOGES

Sometimes you forget about an album and how good it is. I recently picked up the reissue on pristine vinyl. No snaps, crackles, or pops. But it’s still dirty, harsh, and loud - just as it was meant to be.

 
Vol 4 - released September 25, 1972

Vol 4 - released September 25, 1972

PODCASTS

An insomniacs best friend, and thousands to choose from. Thank you Mr. Internet! Here are the ones we tune into every week;

http://www.shabbyroadrecordshow.com/

Hosted by Ryan McKay and A.D Adams, a couple of hardworking lifetime musicians who spin some vinyl, spin a yarn, and sometimes spin the bottle..

http://deeppurplepodcast.com/

Can’t believe it took until April 2019 for someone to start up a podcast devoted to Deep Purple. Nathan Beaudry and Bill Berry delve deep into each album. New episodes post on Mondays.

http://sabbathbloodypodcast.blogspot.com/

Same can be said for a long overdue Black Sabbath podcast - this one started up in February 2018. It’s hard to carry a show by yourself, but pod-caster Ry is more than capable. “The power of the riff compels me!”

 
Take a listen, you might hear something you like

Take a listen, you might hear something you like

CRATE DIGGING

Came across these four gems when I attended a recent record collector show.

Starz debut album (1976) Every hair band from the 80’s were influenced by this record.

Mott the Hoople - Wildlife (1971) To this day I find it to be their strangest album, and I think that is attributed to Mick Ralphs. He wrote half of the originals, which means Ian Hunter wrote the other half. That is not enough of Ian Hunter.

Marillion - Fugazi (1984) If you didn’t like how Genesis had evolved by this point in time, than you should plop this on the old turntable. This will take you back to Peter Gabriel lead Genesis circa 1972.

Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour (1974) His career never hit the top tier. But his guitar skills, songwriting, and vocals sure did. Pour yourself a Guinness and give this a spin.

 

NEWS

Anything we deem worthy of mentioning

 
 
Imperial State Electric -  Pop War  (2012)

Imperial State Electric - Pop War (2012)

COULD BE THE BEST BAND YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF

Imperial State Electric. In the words of Led Zeppelin, these guys hail from the land of ice and snow. AKA Sweden.

All five of their studio albums and live release from 2018 deserve a spot on your shelf.

 
Ghost (Papa)

Ghost (Papa)

PhOTo of the week

That’s me fresh from the tattoo parlor, and then my wife asked for a divorce….

 
Black Sabbath -  Master of Reality  (1971)

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality (1971)

ROCK HISTORY

July 21, 1971 - In less than 18 months time they released their debut, Paranoid, and this masterpiece which became the template for Stoner Rock. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em…

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