PX Stuff

Subterranean Modern with a cover by Gary Panter.

Don’t worry — I’m not going to include all the album covers done by these artists in this blog series, but I’m gonna do a couple.

This one is interesting because it was released by Ralph Records in 1979 — Ralph had included Gary Panter’s Rozz Tox manifesto in the catalogue they published the year after.

The album is cool, too: It’s got four versions of I Left My Heart In San Francisco.

Here’s Tuxedomoon.



And of course The Residents themselves.

I also find this British import tax thing amusing (or whatever it is).

It’s Rozz Tox approved.

This blog post is part of the Punk Comix series.

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