1981 Childhood

Somehow being treated like the real thing
News years day gig with Laughing Hands JANUARY 16th at ICE Riley St A print ad for Terse Tapes A poster for Terse Tapes with fake moustache
FEBRUARY Advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine Advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine R.A.M. APRIL
Mosman Hotel APRIL 1981 One Stop Shopping advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine - MAY? Advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine MAY 1981 Terse Studio around MAY/JUNE 1981 as there is an advert for One Stop Shopping. There are Electroharmonix Crash Pads that will break soon after. Also the Casiotone up on the shelf.
One Stop Shopping, around MAY 1981 Advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine - One Stop Shopping has sold out Advertisement in Fast Forward Cassette Magazine = One Stop Shopping has sold out Rolling Stone JULY 1981
Advertisement in Fast Forward. A few cryptic things like 'under new ownership'. This up near the end of the first evrsion of Terse Tapes, it will soon lose all but Severed Heads, as the idea of a label was better than the reality. A collage that appered on the back of Clean, but made the year before Clean Inner Sleeve from Inner City Sound by Clinton Walker. In Terse studio, the CR78 drum machine means earlier in the year
Inner City Sound contact sheet Garry in 81. There's artwork from Ear Bitten on the door, label proofs for that and the Terse Sampler Petrol lyrics by Garry, late 1981 Garry Bradbury at Hiroshima Chair studio
Tom at Hiroshima Chair studio with Electro Harmonix micro synth Terse Tapes later in the year - the 808 drum machine has arrived Filmmakers CoOp JULY 81 Terse Tapes 1981: 4 track, Roland Mixer, TR808 and MS20 mean this is later in the year, post "Clean", before "Blubberknife"
Sydney Morning Herald AUGUST 1981 Hiroshima Chair and SH at Exiles AUGUST 7th Financial Review OCTOBER Dogfood Production Record reviews OCTOBER
Record reviews OCTOBER Culturcide Inner Sleeve A third Dogfood Manifesto I paid for this to be placed in The Virgin Press and it was a total waste of money. Still, the artwork came in useful much later.