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Early compact-disc artwork. As dated as humanly possible, and catalogued by US pop-radio jamboree Crap From The Past (streaming and downloadable weekly).

As soon as CDs were introduced to the US marketplace, a handful of samplers were introduced as a guide to both consumers and retailers. For many, these were the first introduction to digitally-stored sound.

All of these CDs are extremely hard to find today, if you’d be looking for them at all. Most of them were pressed in West Germany, because US facilities weren’t up to speed yet.

Because for all the backlash the vinyl revival may have received, at least it didn’t result in cheap futurism…

Pew pew.

Crap from the Past


The Beasht tweetz:

We camped in a little village last night that bears more than a slight resemblance to Ireland #COYBIG

Thanks Adam Gelston



Lorna writes:

Our new addition, Maude the kitten’s grey splodge looks a bit like Ireland? Maybe…if you squinted and lost a couple counties like Dublin?

The Broadsheet Book of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland, edited by Aidan Coughlan (New Island )


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Screen Shot 2015-12-14 at 11.05.03New works by Banksy at the Jungle Refugee Camp in Calais (where he and his crew already exported the remnants of Dismaland to build shelters and a playground) including a depiction of Steve Jobs, the adopted ‘son of a migrant from Syria’ and a reference to Géricault’s Le Radeau de la Méduse in the form of desperate occupants on a sinking raft waving at a distant cruise ship.