March 15, 2006


by Chris Randall

I don't really have anything to add to this. I mean, there's nothing that can be said about this album cover that the image alone doesn't convey. Taken from this page. I wonder if Devastatin' Dave (The Turntable Slave) is still putting out albums.

If you look really close in the upper right-hand corner, you'll see that's a cut-out, too. What are the odds?




Mar.15.2006 @ 2:09 PM
I hate to say this but some those old album covers resemble kraftwerk poses.Than zip zap rap probably sampled them...

Mar.15.2006 @ 4:32 PM
I have the mp3.... it's terrible.... lots of lines like;

"don't be a fool, stay in school...."

"don't get high and drive a car, you will not get very far...."

PM me if you are interested....B-)


Mar.15.2006 @ 5:09 PM
Chris Randall
I thought it might be like that, due to the "Say No To Drugs" message on the cover. Generally, musicians (and I use that term with the loosest possible connotations) don't put that sort of shit on the cover unless they're talking bullshit on the inside.



Mar.15.2006 @ 7:11 PM
It's kinda funny.

The message talks against drugs.

The guy on the cover was obviously on them.

I'm guessing that record had something to do with mandatory public service.


Mar.15.2006 @ 9:09 PM

steve.reaver said

"I have the mp3.... it's terrible.... lots of lines like;"

How about posting a link with em on april 1..make an fmof april fools bonus!


Mar.18.2006 @ 9:19 AM
man the worst thing this dude was probably on was weed. This album looks like it hit the streets before the era of crack.

Mar.18.2006 @ 7:16 PM
This cover is kinda cool, cuz he's pointing at me, which makes me feel like I wanna join his Zip Zap party.

He's all, "You! You betta come over, so you're not leftova! And if you wanna rule, then come take a swim in my pool! We'll have so much fun- but slippin's bad- so do not run!"


Sep.15.2006 @ 10:30 AM
there are alot of people in south louisiana that still look like this



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