A little bit about all we were for those who were there and those who got to the party late. It's going to take me time to scan and upload so please be patient, but I'm working on it.

Best,
Pamela

21st March 2012

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Since Tumblr will only let me add one track a day and I’m a bit too impatient for that, here’s more schtuff to deafen yourself with in somewhat larger doses. This is Mechanical Servants plus some of the mostly UK-made music done afterwards thus far, but you never know what skellybones might get dragged out of the sonic attic.

21st March 2012

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Art Snay - Having left at all, he left way too soon.

Art Snay - Having left at all, he left way too soon.

21st March 2012

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Making one of our famous videos that never got finished. How US! With the most excellent Robert Durlak without whom we never would’ve looked the way we did beyond our ridiculous get-ups.

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21st March 2012

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Playing at the Mudd Club in late ‘80 or early ‘81. 

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18th March 2012

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Problem, What Problem? by Mechanical Servants

This one seems to be a popular lil’ anthem. It does give voice to a certain late adolescent angst, I’ll admit. So sing along, kids. And if you can play 5 chords, play along too! Produced by the Late Very Great Art Snay

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18th March 2012

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One of my fave photos of my selfityselfself taken by Robert Durlak during the making of one of our $1.98 videos circa 1980.

One of my fave photos of my selfityselfself taken by Robert Durlak during the making of one of our $1.98 videos circa 1980.

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18th March 2012

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The cover of Min X Match photographed and designed by the Most Excellent Robert Durlak without whom I would not have become known far and wide as “The Kissy-Faced One.”. The only surviving Mechanical Servants recording.

The cover of Min X Match photographed and designed by the Most Excellent Robert Durlak without whom I would not have become known far and wide as “The Kissy-Faced One.”. The only surviving Mechanical Servants recording.

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