"Wish I'd Taken Pictures" the new album by queer punkers Pansy Division, is now available in record stores and through mail order. A review will be featured in the March issue of Oasis.
The band, fronted by Jon Ginoli, was featured in the premiere issue of Oasis, and the interview was conducted while the band was finishing mixing the album.
The band also has a new single, "Valentine's Day," available through mail order, as well as a Cassette-only Live release from Tramps in NYC. It is the band's entire live set from 7/25/95.
New T-shirts and posters are also available, as well as Pansy Division Trading Cards.
If you want to order any PD stuff by mail-order:
Wish I'd Taken Pictures; CD - $10, Cassette and LP - $7
Live at Tramps, Cassette Only, $5
New Single, "Valentine's Day," $3
New Shirts: Blue w/ "Polaroid" logo on front, "Feel No Guilt In Your Desire" on back; or White w/ fist holding pansies (L or XL, $10)
11" x 17" poster of the new album artwork ($2)
Pansy Division trading cards, 10 cards, a condom and a sticker ($3)
All prices are postpaid. US Funds only, make checks or money orders out to Pansy Division. Separate international pricing is available, e-mail OasisMag@aol.com for those prices.
Orders can be sent to Pansy Division Merchandise, P.O. Box 460885, San Francisco, CA 94146.