This product is also available in these versions:
Rockabilly Psychosis And The Garage Disease, CD (£11.50)
Rockabilly Psychosis And The Garage Disease, LP (£10.99)
Ace Records are proud to introduce a new range of bespoke T-Shirts utilizing unique Ace album cover and CD artwork. Every garment will be printed to order and will combine a specific image with the customer's personal choice of size and colour.
Ace Records are proud to introduce a new range of bespoke T-Shirts utilizing unique Ace album cover and CD artwork. Every garment will be printed to order and will combine a specific image with the customer's personal choice of size and colour. The quality of these T-Shirts will match the exacting standards of Ace's CD & vinyl releases. These garments will be manufactured individually by a completely new process, which prints the desired image into the fabric of the garment, exactly as with any other high quality T-shirt. These T-shirts can be washed repeatedly without any noticeable deterioration in quality.
Ace will be introducing new designs every month, utilising, label shots, album covers, etc., sourced from Ace's huge range of copyrighted artwork, built up over the past 35 years. Each bespoke T-shirt will be sent out to the customer within 4 days of receipt of order.
Designer: Bal Croce
For a short period in the mid-80s, a backlash to the New Romantics roamed the streets of London and they called it Psycho-Billy. This album was the Rosetta Stone for a bunch of kids with 18” high quiffs dyed green, leather jackets with a Cramps logo on the back and an endless supply of brothel creepers. Comic books, horror and terminal rock‘n’roll – it’s all here on this wondrously garish cover. Designer Bal Croce was lead singer for the Sting-Rays and sported his own huge quiff. (RA) Another example of use of an additional special colour – in this case the shocking pink is a pantone, run as a fi fth colour alongside the 4-colour process for everything else. (CAF)