"Where'd You Find That?!": An Illustrated Discography of the (Almost) Unique
Insults - Stiff Love 7" original color artwork (Sick Sound Records, 1979)
The original color artwork used for the band's 2nd 7". The actual sleeves were printed in black and white. Designed and laid out by former lead vocalist Ron Rat (he sings on the 1st 7" "Population Zero"). Features Ron's distinctive retarded cut 'n paste style, complete with extensive use of black felt tip pen and copious amounts of White Out.
Interesting side note: the zombie lover lady pictured on the back cover of "Population Zero" is Cher.
After the Insults split, band leader Richard Sikk formed Plain Jane And The Jokes with wife Deborah on lead vocals. Deborah quit the punk rawk music biz in the mid 80s and now restocks the salad bar at a Souplantation somewhere in Northern California.
- Roger Mah Archives, Santa Monica California
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Last Updated: 15 February 2001