publiccollectors:

The label art for the album Live Break-N-Run LP by the band Liquorball on Feast Records, 2010. Good to see someone putting one of the most inane sculptures of all time to good use for a great noisy rock record. A cool find from my quick recent trip to San Francisco.

publiccollectors:

The label art for the album Live Break-N-Run LP by the band Liquorball on Feast Records, 2010. Good to see someone putting one of the most inane sculptures of all time to good use for a great noisy rock record. A cool find from my quick recent trip to San Francisco.

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