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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Jettkoral » Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:42 pm

Just a heads up--->
The new 7" by THE ILL ITCHES is now on sale at www.jettplasticrecordings.com! Only a handful of Screen Printed variants (by Eric Von Munz) are left, so grab one now before it's too late!
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby achouza » Sun Nov 30, 2014 4:33 am

Jettkoral wrote:Just a heads up--->
The new 7" by THE ILL ITCHES is now on sale at http://www.jettplasticrecordings.com! Only a handful of Screen Printed variants (by Eric Von Munz) are left, so grab one now before it's too late!

Purchased!! Excited to get this
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Jettkoral » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:21 am

Heads up---->
New JPR Kenny Tudrick 7" goes on sale tomorrow afternoon at 3:30EST at http://www.jettplasticrecordings.com!
Three versions will be available, with two limited variants and a standard! :)
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby arewhyehen » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:46 pm

Jettkoral wrote:Heads up---->
New JPR Kenny Tudrick 7" goes on sale tomorrow afternoon at 3:30EST at http://www.jettplasticrecordings.com!
Three versions will be available, with two limited variants and a standard! :)


Do they come with sticks of bubble gum inside?
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Jettkoral » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:58 pm

arewhyehen wrote:
Jettkoral wrote:Heads up---->
New JPR Kenny Tudrick 7" goes on sale tomorrow afternoon at 3:30EST at http://www.jettplasticrecordings.com!
Three versions will be available, with two limited variants and a standard! :)


Do they come with sticks of bubble gum inside?

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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby westnashguy » Sat Jan 24, 2015 9:43 pm

Jettkoral wrote:Heads up---->
New JPR Kenny Tudrick 7" goes on sale tomorrow afternoon at 3:30EST at http://www.jettplasticrecordings.com!
Three versions will be available, with two limited variants and a standard! :)


Just placed my order for a standard and a Firefly splatter. Can't wait!
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Jettkoral » Thu Feb 12, 2015 12:58 am

We’re happy to announce one of our upcoming releases, a blistering classic rock ’n’ roll 7" by a supergroup of sorts, The Lonely Teardrops (rock 'em-sock 'em’ two-piece from Virginia), Deadly Lo-Fi(wicked twisted voodoo mumbo jumbo from NC), and Dexter Romweber (rock-and-roll savior, Flat Duo Jets frontman)! On the A-side is an original rockin’ instrumental, “Muchacho,” written by Katie Teardrop of the Lonely Teardrops, while the B-side houses a cover of Benny Joy’s classic stomper, “Crash The Party,” where Dex and Katie trade verses and swap solos like no one else ever could.
The front cover art was designed by Katie Teardrop, with the back cover featuring an original drawing by Dexter Romweber. The standard version of the single will be limited to 300 copies on transparent Day-Glo blue vinyl. The variants of this release are even more stunning, featuring GLOW-IN-THE-DARK cover art, coupled with glow-in-the-dark records! The GITD release is limited to 60 copies, and there will also be a BLUE with GLOW-IN-THE-DARK SPLATTER version available (40 copies), both featuring GITD jackets!
But wait—that's not all! We'll also be releasing a very small number (25) on BLUE AND GREEN split vinyl, coupled with an exclusive cover designed by Nicholas Gagnon of Obliquitous Art & Design. If that doesn't make you want one of these records, we don’t know what will.
More information will be released closer to the on sale date, so stay tuned here for more info!

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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Kali Durga » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:50 am

Congratulations, Jarrett, this is really something. And congrats to Nicholas, too, gotta say I think you did the better sleeve art!
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Grimtale » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:35 am

Very nice!
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby shaneoftheroad » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:09 am

Oh yes.
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby arewhyehen » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:15 am

very cool!!
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby westnashguy » Thu Feb 12, 2015 4:13 am

These look very nice. Definitely need to keep an eye out for these.
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby Alabama Woody » Thu Feb 12, 2015 7:06 am

Jettkoral wrote:We’re happy to announce one of our upcoming releases, a blistering classic rock ’n’ roll 7" by a supergroup of sorts, The Lonely Teardrops (rock 'em-sock 'em’ two-piece from Virginia), Deadly Lo-Fi(wicked twisted voodoo mumbo jumbo from NC), and Dexter Romweber (rock-and-roll savior, Flat Duo Jets frontman)! On the A-side is an original rockin’ instrumental, “Muchacho,” written by Katie Teardrop of the Lonely Teardrops, while the B-side houses a cover of Benny Joy’s classic stomper, “Crash The Party,” where Dex and Katie trade verses and swap solos like no one else ever could.
The front cover art was designed by Katie Teardrop, with the back cover featuring an original drawing by Dexter Romweber. The standard version of the single will be limited to 300 copies on transparent Day-Glo blue vinyl. The variants of this release are even more stunning, featuring GLOW-IN-THE-DARK cover art, coupled with glow-in-the-dark records! The GITD release is limited to 60 copies, and there will also be a BLUE with GLOW-IN-THE-DARK SPLATTER version available (40 copies), both featuring GITD jackets!
But wait—that's not all! We'll also be releasing a very small number (25) on BLUE AND GREEN split vinyl, coupled with an exclusive cover designed by Nicholas Gagnon of Obliquitous Art & Design. If that doesn't make you want one of these records, we don’t know what will.
More information will be released closer to the on sale date, so stay tuned here for more info!

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This is a must have :thumbup:

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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby grumblestiltskin » Thu Feb 12, 2015 9:37 am

Wow.
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Re: Jett Plastic Recordings

Postby tanzaib » Thu Feb 12, 2015 8:24 pm

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