Here's a Prisonshake picture sleeve that I can guarantee no one else has, mainly because I made it myself. The original "120 Days" EP came in a cardboard box that was too big to fit into a typical 45 storage box, so I took it upon myself back in 1988 to make a standard-sized 2-color sleeve using the pictures and stickers that came with the original packaging. (Don't ask me to pull out the original packaging-- I've been searching for it for two days now, and haven't found it.)
"120 Days" was Prisonshake's second 7-inch, and listening to the two A-level rockers on the a-side reminds me all over again on why I dug this band so much right out of the starting blocks; "She Talks Trouble" is understatedly great (love the ending bridge after the guitar solo), and "Fall Right Down" mines a mid-tempo Stones vibe while aping "Another Girl, Another Planet" fairly effectively.
Prisonshake was full of weird product ideas back then (like the point-of-sale sealed baggie that their first single came in, or the "Fucked" box set), so things get a bit different on the b-side, where you'll find 8 separate songs-- 4 in the right channel, and 4 in the left. There's actually some decent songs buried within the gimmickry (well, "Ginn Slips In" and "Downtight" are sorta interesting, at least), but I doubt that any of you will have the patience to listen to it all the way through. Admittedly the whole record sounds a bit wonky at times, probably because there's 6-1/2 minutes of music pressed onto both sides of a 7-inch. Still, this is a heckuva EP, even without the box it came in.
(these files are now listen-only)
"She Talks Trouble"
"Fall Right Down"
Ginn Slips In
Somebody to Love