AMAZING RECORD SLEEVES OF ALL TIMEA "WHERE DOES HE FIND THEM?" SPECIAL

I have made you listen to many awful records.

I have forced you to look at quite a few awful record sleeves.

But this is the first time I have subjected you to both, brought together in one truly unique and mind blowingly painful attack
on your senses. You may need counselling.

This one's for you, Padre.

Enjoy.

Comments

AMAZING RECORD SLEEVES OF ALL TIMEA "WHERE DOES HE FIND THEM?" SPECIAL — 19 Comments

  1. Ya know, ya just can’t beat super white wimmins singing Motown; ya jes’ cain’t!

    And those hats would fit in with my congregation for sure!!

    Gracias, Mad Priest!

  2. Actually, Erika, I believe collective responsibility can be rightly cited in this situation. So, on behalf of all the OCICBW… readers who have suffered so greatly since I posted this abomination, I hold you accountable. You will be hearing from our (American) lawyers.

  3. Oh, yes. Along with being responsible for both world wars and the hogging of the best loungers beside Majorcan hotel pools.

  4. I see your point.
    How about I hold you responsible for the state of British cooking and for your public transport system and we have a duel at dawn?
    You may choose the weapons.

  5. I’m sure the UK has had worse Eurovision entries than this.

    Anyway, I quite like their hats – they’re so out there, in a frilly, I’m-wearing-my-grannie’s-grooviest-panties-on-my-head sort of way, they kind of work.

    wv – undliens!! That’s what those panties are called in Germany.

  6. I have enjoyed listening to this a number of times. I am fascinated by the sounds. I fear it would be very difficult for me to get used to speaking this language with those strange letter combinations. It is so incomprehensible at this point to me that English and this language are from the same historic source.

    I think that it would be as difficult for me to pronounce German as it is for you lot to pronounce things like Tenochtitlan, Cuitláhuac or Xilitla.

  7. The German language is a bastard form of Welsh and has nothing to do with the English Language.

    The English language comes originally from the Aramaic having been given to us, whilst the Welsh and Scots were hiding in the hills somewhere, by Jesus himself when he visited England with his Uncle Joseph of Arimathea to establish the One True Church in Northumbria and to do a bit of gardening in Glastonbury.

    Really, David, I sometimes think everything I tell you goes in one ear and out the other. Please pay attention from now on!