this is from about 1979. this band had a great record called "kill the beegees". what i like about this poster is all mike had was a proof sheet of some studio photos (that they didn't like) and he needed to do a poster. so he cut some shit out and stuck on the proof sheet, and viola! cool poster. it's a fine example of making something from absolutely nothing that the early punks so passionately mastered.
and it's actually not a bad poster, either. it's rather clever in how it used the proof sheet as 'stripes' and not individual pictures.
don & the goodtimes were a big nw act in the mid sixties. they had hits like 'little sally tease' (which don gallucci wrote) and 'i could be so good to you.' they went on to replace paul revere & the raiders ofter they left the show 'where the action is' and became tv stars for awhile. don gallucci was the guy who played the keyboards in the kingsmen and recorded 'louie louie'. later on he became a producer in la and was the guy who recorded the stooges' 'fun house'.
deranged diction was a band from montana that moved to seattle. a couple of the guys formed green river (with guys from mr. epp) and then they went on to be pearl jam. 10 minute warning had duff mackagan on drums, who moved to la and formed some band named guns n roses.
this is from about 1978. satz was a whiz kid and later started the lewd. the fat white guy on the far left is 'blobbo' - kurt vanderhoof (of aberdeen) who went on to form a band called metal church. they have tape on their faces.