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Postby rocknrollbandit » Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:56 pm

Hello everyone. I have some merchandise I am looking to get rid of. If you are interested in any items, PM me on here or at northisup at hotmail dot com. First come, first serve. All items are used with normal "wear and tear" but in overall good condition. Very vintage. No holes or stains.

Showbread - "Life, Kisses" t-shirt. Black, MEDIUM, Fruit of the Loom, 50% cotton, 50% polyester. Fits snug and slim, shorter in length. This classic Showbread shirt goes all the way back to their 2003 tour promoting their first full-length. Bought at Cornerstone Festival 2003.
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Showbread - "Life, Kisses, & Other Wasted Efforts" disc. The very first Showbread full length! CD is used with noticeable scratching but still plays great. All packaging/booklet still in perfect condition. Bought from Matt Davis at the Days Inn Motel outside of Bushnell, IL during Cornerstone 2003. (We ran into each other, had a conversation, and he went to the van just to get me the CD).
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Showbread - "Cancer Bots" soft-tee. White, MEDIUM, Tultex, 100% cotton, pre-shrunk. Fits snug and slim, shorter in length. Worn only a handful of times. Excellent condition. This is an awesome, sexy design and very fitting for Showbread's next release, Cancer. Also fitting for any Dexter fans.
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Squad Five-O - "Lady Liberty" t-shirt. Black, SMALL, Fruit of the Loom Lofteez, 100% cotton. Squad Five-O was a pioneer of the early 2000 Christian punk-rock'n'roll scene. They were on Tooth and Nail, a favorite of Cornerstone Festival and eventually signed to Capitol Records before disbanding. Also being from Savannah, GA, they were a huge influence on Showbread, particularly on the Fear Of God album. Jeff Fortson, Squad's lead singer did guest vocals on Anorexia/Nervosa. Squad Five-O is Landon D. Mise's all-time favorite band and he can be seen with a patch of theirs stitched to his guitar strap in the Vehement music video. If you show up to a Showbread concert wearing a SFO shirt the Porter Bros. will definitely think you are the coolest there. This t-shirt is from their 2000 Bombs Over Broadway tour but in good condition, fits very tight. It is a picture of Lady Liberty smoking a cigarette with NYC on fire in the background. The back of the shirt displays lyrics which are: "Lady Liberty Is Laid To Rest". This shirt is very fitting for anyone who shares Showbread's disdain for politics, American greatness, patriotism, etc.
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Squad Five-O - "End Of The World" t-shirt. Black, MEDIUM, Fruit of the Loom, 100% heavy cotton. Another great shirt from the Bombs Over Broadway 2000 tour. Picture of NYC blowing up and crumbling with "Rock N Roll At The End Of The World" lyrics on back. Pre-dates 9/11 attacks. Fits somewhat loose for a MEDIUM, longer in length, the neck is slightly stretched, but not abnormally.
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Squad Five-O - "Letterman Jacket" t-shirt. Black, MEDIUM, Fruit of the Loom, 100% heavy cotton. From 1999 tour with Bleach and the Insyderz. Pre-dates Bombs Over Broadway release. Fits snug but longer in length.
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Squad Five-O - "Metal Skull" t-shirt. Black, MEDIUM, Fruit of the Loom, 100% heavy cotton. Fits snug but shorter in length. Sleeves cut off manually.
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Squad Five-O - "Star Zero" t-shirt. Black, MEDIUM, Fruit of the Loom, 100% heavy cotton. This t-shirt was purchased at Squad's video shoot for I Don't Want To Change The World... in 2002 in Savannah, GA. The video shoot was also a full concert, at which Showbread played. It was my first time seeing or hearing the band. This t-shirt fits great, nice and slim. Obvious cracking in design but looks good.
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Anberlin - "Sagoh 24/7" disc. Before Anberlin was Anberlin, they were a pop-punk band called Sagoh 24/7. This is their full length CD of 18 tracks. Disc only - no artwork or original packaging. Plays great.
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Re: vintage Showbread merch and misc.

Postby JWat » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:08 pm

I would totally be down for the cancer bots shirt if it was small.
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Postby PaperweightHarmonica » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:29 pm

JWat wrote:I would totally be down for the cancer bots shirt if it was small.
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Postby Corvid Canine » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:49 pm

PaperweightHarmonica wrote:
JWat wrote:I would totally be down for the cancer bots shirt if it was large.
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Re: vintage Showbread merch and misc.

Postby Josh_Dead » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:31 pm

Corvid Canine wrote:
PaperweightHarmonica wrote:
JWat wrote:I would totally be down for the cancer bots shirt if it was yo mama's size.
IT'S NOT MAN MAN OR FIVE IRON FRENZY
JOSH DEAD HAS DUCKS!!!! DUGGA DUGGA DUGGA!!!!
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Postby Satur9 » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:39 pm

How much are you wanting for Like, Kisses...?
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Postby rocknrollbandit » Mon Sep 26, 2011 10:26 pm

Satur9,
Email me at northisup at hotmail dot com and we can work out the details. Not expecting too much. It is used, after all. I mainly just want to make sure I'm covered on shipping costs. Although, I see they are going for 100 bucks on Amazon. Are you serious? LOL.... gimme your best offer!
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Postby HunterBrown » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:13 am

Josh_Dead wrote:
Corvid Canine wrote:
PaperweightHarmonica wrote:
JWat wrote:I would totally be down for the cancer bots shirt if it was XXXXXXXL.
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Postby Electromatic » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:32 am

How much for the Cancer Bots t-shirt and the Life, Kisses t-shirt?
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Postby rocknrollbandit » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:41 pm

Electromatic,
$10 each, $20 together (or best offer)... this ONLY covers shipping, packaging, my time/effort, etc.
Email me at northisup at hotmail dot com to set something up!
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Postby Electromatic » Wed Sep 28, 2011 10:57 am

I sent you an e-mail.
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Postby irzamaii » Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:18 pm

awww, i wanted life, kisses. Dx
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Postby limework » Thu Sep 29, 2011 7:29 am

no you didn't. lol
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Postby rawADAMkills » Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:27 pm

Is the Cancer Bots shirt still up for grabs? I'll totally snag that one.
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Postby Josh_Dead » Thu Sep 29, 2011 2:09 pm

limework wrote:no you didn't. lol
IT'S NOT MAN MAN OR FIVE IRON FRENZY
JOSH DEAD HAS DUCKS!!!! DUGGA DUGGA DUGGA!!!!
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Postby irzamaii » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:00 pm

limework wrote:no you didn't. lol


</3 Dx why nawttt?
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Postby sorrythanks » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:38 pm

I'd like the cancer bots shirt!
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Postby Josh_Dead » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:52 pm

irzamaii wrote:
limework wrote:no you didn't. lol


</3 Dx why nawttt?
It sucks lol
IT'S NOT MAN MAN OR FIVE IRON FRENZY
JOSH DEAD HAS DUCKS!!!! DUGGA DUGGA DUGGA!!!!
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Postby irzamaii » Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:49 pm

i've listened to some songs off of it already; it's not the best, but i like it.
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Postby manicgeodude » Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:52 am

irzamaii wrote:i've listened to some songs off of it already; it's not the best, but i like it.

lol, its priiitty bad. i talked to Josh about it and he looked embarrassed.
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