12'' vinyl


David Bowie: Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles ‘74)
This is bonkers. In a good way. I’m not usually that into live albums but this is something else. Having started his first foray into dance music and abandoned Ziggy our chap had the problem of an already massive back catalogue designed for rock music. Not a problem, chuck a load of soulful groove at it and hey presto you have Funky Dory. Magical. Bowie inventing the 80’s six years before their time. Some of the song reinventions work better than others - but it captures a moment perfectly. And it is packaged in a delightful triple album gatefold. Yum yum.


basic recoloring set 

a set of essential items that i always find myself using just recolored to my liking! of course i had to add some artwork! the swatches for the art will be included! enjoy!

set comes with:

- counters (4 versions, 1 swatch) mesh by @sanoysims

- hanging bike (10 swatches) mesh by @mxims 

- vinyls deco (12 swatches) mesh by @dreamteamsims

- ceiling light (2 swatches) mesh by @hvikis

- kettle (4 swatches) mesh by @mio-sims

- mirror (1 swatch) mesh by @meinkatz

- lamp (1 swatch) mesh by ??

- magazine cover art (26 swatches) mesh by @blackmojitos

(thank you creators!! <3)



I may have posted this 1970 Chevelle before, but it’s a gorgeous car with a lot of options. Take a look at the placard. The owner said he’ll sell it too. LS-5 454 / 360 horsepower, turbo 400 automatic transmission, 3.31 gearing with a 12-bolt, vinyl roof, air conditioning and power windows and locks. Of course, a “bitchin’ red” paint job (GM cranberry red). The flag is on the truck behind the Chevelle.


Bob Marley and Lee “Scratch” Perry. Punky Reggae Party (Version), Tuff Gong. 1977.