June 8, 2011

AD Hardware...

by Chris Randall
 



We made an update to the Audio Damage store today. This will be mostly transparent to you guys, as we added the ability for the store to query the USPS for true shipping prices and apply those to orders that contain mailed goods. The only differences you'll note are that the "Merchandise" category is now "Hardware," and in it, ironically, is some merchandise.

The Audio Damage BotShirt and Stickers are now available for purchase. The shirt is $15 plus actual shipping costs, and the stickers are 2 for $2.00, free shipping.
 
 
 

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Jun.08.2011 @ 8:49 PM
Computer Controlled
Excelleeennnt...
 
 

 
Jun.08.2011 @ 10:23 PM
huggie
Just hope my neck-beard doesn't hide the Bots head.

- Hugo
 
 

 
Jun.09.2011 @ 2:50 AM
mad ep
Hugo - don't look at it as your neck beard descending on to the bot... but rather, the Bot's hairdo ascending up to your face.
 
 

 
Jun.09.2011 @ 3:17 AM
darklordjames
Ordered!

I do have a concern though as to whether the Botshirt also comes with a torso hole for my legs to stick out of as I wear it...
 
 

 
Jun.09.2011 @ 8:55 AM
oootini
any plans to do more of the heroes of early electronic music shirts? i missed out on the schaeffer and derbyshire shirts, but the varese one is one of my favourite tees...
 
 

 
Jun.09.2011 @ 9:02 AM
monte
trying to order but i'm unable to access any of the shipping address fields. anyone else experiencing this?

monte
 
 

 
Jun.09.2011 @ 9:42 AM
utm
There were Delia Derbyshire shirts?!

And uh, these look pretty cool too! :)
 
 

 
Jun.10.2011 @ 11:26 AM
poxyloxy
@darklordjames:

It does. CR will back me up on that.

And I am sure it also has holes for that-which-we-are-all-with.
 
 

 
Jun.12.2011 @ 2:49 AM
darklordjames
Having received my shirt and stickers, I am relieved to find a hole for my legs. The shirt is also bluer than the pictures make it look, but still a nice color.

It is also bizarre to see a shirt that says "Made In The USA" on it.
 
 

 
Jun.12.2011 @ 11:09 AM
Chris Randall
That's not as easy to pull off as you'd think. "Made In The USA" is rare in textiles.

Even Lucky Jeans, my favorite all-American brand, are now 95% made in Mexico. But then again, Mexico is basically South United States compared to wherever-the-fuck-East-Bumwad that most shit is made nowadays.

-CR
 
 

 
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