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"Tell Her No". Found this in a flea market yesterday for $5 along with the record. Really liked this song and the sleeve, so I had to buy it.
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Damn, whatta great tune, but a goofy-lookin' sleeve (no offense)!! I sure never see that sucker,
but wowser- you'd think Parrot woulda done that song better (sleeve-wise)
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- A funny looking sleeve! Not especially in terms of art, but it expresses fun and hilarity! I like it.
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Amazing first Lp from them. Nice buy!
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Badass sleeve. I like it.
I didn't want to book the Germs at first.They can't play
their instruments; they just throw food all over. They would
do an excruciating version of "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies and pour sugar all over the audience.
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