Circa 1980 brochure for the Linn LM-1 Drum Computer given to Prince, consisting of the cover letter signed by Roger Linn, price list, flexidisc record of the LM-1 sounds, double-sided brochure page, and envelope marked “Prince.”
The Beatles “Hey Jude” / “Revolution” 4" Promo Flexie, Manufactured for Pocket Disc By Americon - Capitol Records, US (1968). *These are pretty rare to come by, and command high $$$ on the collector’s market.
1990 flyer for PRECIOUS fanzine. The flexi that came with this is great. Eddie Precious missed John Peel playing the flexi on his show as he was at a Motorhead concert that night. Which is pretty funny
tomorrow my first Kerrang! @kerrangmagazine_ cover hits shelves in the UK. I had (and still have) issues of Kerrang dating back to when I was a 10 year old metal brat. I still have a slew of megadeth, metallica, cradle of filth, manson, white zombie posters from Kerrang and even collected some of the flexidiscs from back in the day. Kerrang is the only magazine I read when I was that young that is still currently being published. So… to have one of my images on the cover of a magazine that means so much to me and so many others over the years is unreal… absolutely feels like a massive career milestone and life goal achieved. beyond getting the cover of kerrang, it’s important to note the cover isn’t of some random one off shoot… its of my bud Oli who I’ve been photographing since BMTH first toured the US and we’ve been working together ever since. so it rules to have a friend on the cover, and it’s crazy to see that logo that has appeared atop of every single one of my personal heroes, so many posters and issues i still have for so many years… now appear with a photo of mine. Thanks Kerrang!