Thursday, April 12, 2007

ZENI GEVA/ PALACE – AC/DC Cover Series – Sides 5-6 (7“) Skin Graft #26 & Gasoline Boost #13 1997





Gasoline Boost was a short lived German label supported by X-Mist Records and also released stuff like the Big ‘n LP and Shorty. The AC/DC cover series was a cooperation with Skin Graft Records, and featured – besides the AC/DC cover songs of our guitar heroes or anti-heroes – comic covers and booklets. Here is my favourite of the three parts (the others were double 7”s): Palace aka you know all the names – here listed as Palace Contribution – and my favourite nineties back breakers from Japan: Zeni Geva, them deconstructing “let there be rock”(a total different but also brilliant version is Palace’s interpretation of “big balls”). The comic is included too, so have fun. Sold out, try your luck at Ebay etc.

ZENI GEVA/ PALACE – AC/DC Cover Series – Sides 5-6 (7“) Skin Graft #26 & Gasoline Boost #13 1997

side a:
Palace Contribution
1. big balls

side b:
Zeni Geva
1. let there be rock
[OGG Vorbis, 256k, password: antithesis, mirror 1, mirror 2]

Links:
X-Mist
Skin Graft Records
Zeni Geva
Palace

3 comments:

alex said...

I'm not sure about this, but I think Skin Graft has always a close connection to comics... Haven't there been comics in most of their records?

alex said...

oh yea, I should be using hyperlinks before asking stupid questions:

"3. why have comics always been an integral part of the label and its artwork?
>>> Skin Graft is a comic book company that puts out records. "

skin graft website

Hirsinger Youth said...

:) Ei yo.