Monthly Archives: January 2017
The Badmeaningood series of Double LPs and one 12″ single was released from 2002 to 2003 from the Ultimate Dilemma label. The image appears to have been done specifically for the record. The tracklist from Volume 1, introduced by Skitz … Continue reading
This One Cut 12″ EP also from 2000 on the Hombré label, featured different material from the Grand Theft Audio LP from the same year. The imagery contains similar themes (megaphone tank and shark fins), but modified.
This 12″ vinyl EP of tracks from the 2000 release of Hombré records’ Grand Theft Audio from One Cut, features images previously used on the LP, although the boombox terrorist image is cropped.
This Hombré double LP release from 2000 featured Banksy images aplenty. I have not found source material for any of these images except the megaphone tank on the side B label from the previously mentioned Cut Commander record cover, so … Continue reading
Along with Hombre records, Banksy had a continuing relationship with the Wall of Sound record label. There were actually three releases of these Various Artists albums. In addition to We Love You…So Love Us, there was a So Love … Continue reading
This record, the first of several OneCut (sometimes referenced as One Cut), was released in 1998 on the Hombré label. The track list includes: A1 Rockin’ With The Onecut A2 Horn Tune A3 Own Code B1 Head To Toe B2 … Continue reading