boobu ddha

Zen Dada
TeenBeat’s shimmery grail may not have even come via Unrest. Eggs’ “Ocelot” still reigns (and the band’s singer, now in media, remains a beacon) in my world.
Especially emblematic was the white vinyl 45”, which preceded the “Party Mix” eventually committed to the Bruiser LP . That’s one 7” I wish I hadn’t given to my friend Saiman before I left SF to return east.
(On the other hand, I know he traded in those records I left him for newer ones and if you had a musical recording you held dear, wouldn’t you want it to end up at Amoeba? That way at least we know it’ll find a good home in a true music lover’s collection. Yes, I’m saying that anyone who shops at Amoeba is a music lover. If they weren’t prior to entering its realms, the experience of doing so would be transformative.)

TeenBeat’s shimmery grail may not have even come via Unrest. Eggs’ “Ocelot” still reigns (and the band’s singer, now in media, remains a beacon) in my world.

Especially emblematic was the white vinyl 45”, which preceded the “Party Mix” eventually committed to the Bruiser LP . That’s one 7” I wish I hadn’t given to my friend Saiman before I left SF to return east.

(On the other hand, I know he traded in those records I left him for newer ones and if you had a musical recording you held dear, wouldn’t you want it to end up at Amoeba? That way at least we know it’ll find a good home in a true music lover’s collection. Yes, I’m saying that anyone who shops at Amoeba is a music lover. If they weren’t prior to entering its realms, the experience of doing so would be transformative.)

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