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Joe Jack Talcum of The Dead Milkmen
Super excited I printed this poster for Joe Jack Talcum of The Dead Milkmen. The spring of 1989 was a great year of music for little Rochambo. It was an afterschool icebox raid and MTV pre-party, before we skated the local church parking lot. Myself, a natural hoodlum, was enthralled and entertained of the music and video, while my fellow cohorts thought my new found heros were dumb. I yelled “Punk Rock Girl” lyrics for the next week.
Five years later, The Dead Milkmen played my hometown… but that’s a story to told later after the statute of limitations are up.
A Poison record was destroyed in the filming of this video
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The basis for this poster are from lyrics from “Dean’s Dream”.
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