Pink Elephant's Graveyard

Pink Elephant’s Graveyard

The Pink Elephant's Graveyard is where we store all cultural artifacts documenting that which is uniquely K.

Friday, September 28th, 2012

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Make-Up live on their first U.S. tour, captured in Denver, CO., June 1, 1995. They visited Olympia earlier that week and recorded their first session at Dub Narcotic Studio, which resulted in their Dub Narcotic Disco Plate “R U a Believer” [DBN106].

Ian Svenonius: “That was a fun show in a weird warehouse in Denver, people lived there. We rarely went through the middle of the country (James Canty‘s family lived in both Montana and Arizona), It was really cool. These were our first band uniforms, my pants already destroyed. They were made of some plastic material, my pants shredded at the first performance. Everyone else looks good.”

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