oh, and mine was printed on actual vintage lp's. in fact, the copy i gave crider was printed on a vintage collectible copy of the sonics first lp (worth a couple of hundred at last look). he got so drunk that he left it behind at the club. classic.
a couple of years ago i was in albaquerque giving a talk to the local aiga. the guy who was in charge of the technical aspects of the presentation was a rather nice fellow wearing tweed and wire rim glasses and a moustache. a very collegial, even academic appearance.
we were chatting and he said, "hey, i used to play in a band back then." i asked which one and he said, "you probably never heard of us. we were called True West." i sorta freaked, because i really liked the band and had their records (20 years ago.) i told him so, and he was so impressed i knew about his band that he didn't know what to say. he was actually sorta stunned.
next time you might want to try using a pearescent powder in a clear base instead of the metallic. that way you get an invisible texture that shows up as an oilslick rainbow color that travels through the otherwise invisible texture. it can look way cool over something like this. i tried it on a poster that used the same color scheme and it was a knock out. think on it some.