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The exception that proves the rule

News · March 18th, 2009 ·


Felix Kubin writes:

“As an antidote to globalisation, Ich Bin suggest local megalomania: Mulhouse for capital! ‘Avec le Gewuerz et le Schnaps.’

The record was designed by the talented Monsieur Harrisson, a French refugee now residing in Brussels (…)”

So, OSP makes an exception for Harissons’ *last ever* design in proprietary software: we’re proud to announce that his cover for Ich Bin is featured as sleeve-of-the-month in Wire!

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  • 1. Harrisson

    Mar 18, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    Aaah… First released on Pneu (www.pneu.org) in 2001, then by Poutre Apparente in 2004. Out of print since 2008 after a second 500 ex. re-pressing. The band apparently does not exist any more. Record shops where you could find it closed, except Bimbo Tower in Paris (excellent one). Sleeve of the Fin du Monde!

  • 2. Stéphanie

    Apr 2, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    I think you can still find it at WORM/Rotterdam!