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1/1 - Steal this Record ('85 Topps Rickey Henderson)

1/1 - Steal this Record ('85 Topps Rickey Henderson)

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Handmade labels on recycled vinyl

Rickey Henderson's '85 Topps is among my favorites... a classic design, easily identifiable with one quick glance. It was also printed on a 5x7 Jumbo format, which provides a great example of the overproduction from the Junk Wax era.

The A-side of the album is patterned with the back of Rickey's card #115 in green and gold-layered vinyl. The pattern conveys the mass production. The B-side is made with his Jumbo.

Steal This Record was the fourth studio album by punk rock band The Suicide Machines... a perfect musical reference for the Man of Steal. The actual record used is a completely random album. What songs are on it? Spin it and find out!

The album cover of Steal This Record by The Suicide Machines

The album cover of Steal This Record by The Suicide Machines

About Junk Wax Records

In 1980, Fleer won a 5-year long monopolization lawsuit vs Topps, opening up the baseball card market for competition. Throughout the decade, production increased and boxes of wax packs filled the shelves of new hobby shops across America.

Before a record album is pressed onto vinyl, it first gets mastered, or cut, on wax. Junk Wax Records is a mashup of iconic cards from this era and recycled 12-inch LPs. My Junk Wax logo is inspired by the Fleer crown, as their court battle flipped this industry upside down.

Collect my limited album label print releases, before they get taken off the table forever!

Here's what you'll receive with this order

  • Original album artwork on a recycled 12 inch LP.
  • Each record features custom baseball card art labels on both the A-side and B-side.
  • Your vinyl will ship inside a clear 12" record sleeve, with additional sticker label packaging in vintage album style.
  • The packaging and/or album will be signed by yours truly, Matthew Lee Rosen.