Zine and Tape
Tag # 000220
Legacy Keys are very useful indeed. When I was at a Hamilton
College, Tom Comerford (The same guy who gave me my phone
list) gave me key #377 and #419 the keys for the external
entrance to the art building and the key to the art office
With such a set of keys one might think that I would try
and change my grades or pull pranks on the Art Faculty, but
I was only interested in one thing, the photocopier.. free
unlimited photocopying... That may explain why my sophomore
year was filled with the production of five or six "premier"
issues of assorted topical zines.
Trey and produced Driver during the final week of
our Senior year. By this time the photocopier in the Art Office
require a password because the "faculty had abused their
photocopying privileges by making more than 200,000 copies
during the 93/94 school year" Hmm...... some thought
it was the art historians, others thought it was the studio
faculty.....lucky the "Premier" issues didn't swing
into full production.
Trey and I distributed this limited run to most of our friends
and said good-bye. The tape was made by Trey and I taking
turns putting songs on it.. Trey collected Indie Rock and
I collected Disco, so this tape could be the worst combination
of music since MTV actually played music videos.