Conveniently enough for discographical weenies, Shellac have numbered many of their releases. This makes it
much easier to wonder "What was record #6?" so you can feel like a turd because you don't have it.
The two scans at right are of copies that I have. Most of them have just a swipe of brown across them, although
some others did have things written on them. The one that says "Cock" was contributed
by Mike Simpson <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Note that these two records are packaged in identical Shellac sleeves. Each one is hand-stamped with the name of the record. For the first, the "Shellac" letters are swiped with shellac, or in the case of one of mine, written over with "DONG".
Update: I'm told that the "shellac" is actually root beer
Action Park has its own page.
See the details page
An album of instrumental music for a dance troupe, given out to 779 of Shellac's closest friends. See The Futurist page for details.
Terraform has its own page.
1000 Hurts has its own page.
Agostino has its own page.
Shellac contribute "The Copper Song".
Shellac contribute "Killers".
7" boot A side:
Record reads: Not for sale, promo only, made in USA