I mentioned in a previous post that nearly 900 little records were made for the Record Store Day set by cutting up three old Rush LPs. In fact, these were vintage 70s pressings of Caress of Steel, Fly By Night, and 2112 that someone had given to me years ago along with many other albums from that era.
Since I was never a huge Rush fan, and given that the vintage LPs were beat to hell and smelled like Otto’s jacket (look it up,) I filed them away without much of a thought.
When the time came to make the set, I remembered that I had these records, and since they were pretty much unplayable, I thought I’d put them to good use. Imagine my surprise when I split the Fly By Night jacket in half and this fell out:
“I’m going away for a week, so you don’t have to yel [sic] at me anymore or beat me.” That’s some vintage unhappiness right there. Crazy.
On a lighter note, I also found some Kool-Aid points in the 2112 LP. I wonder if I can still redeem them.
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