I have slowly starting amassing a collection of Godhead memoribilia — shirts, CDs, singles, magazine
clippings. I haven't really listened to their last three albums,
or much of Jason's solo stuff either. Their sound mellowed out a bit, especially after Evolver, and I
couldn't really get into their newer stuff so much.
I just really like their earlier industrial goth club sound and the trashy leather looks they gave us early in
I have one shirt at the moment - dated 2001, so this is a 2000 Years era one. Snapped up from eBay a few years ago.
Only problem is it's a size medium, and now that I'm out of my 'must wear clothes that look like potato sacks' phase
(or, as I like to call it, my 'nu metal phase'), it doesn't fit so good. Well, it fits okay, but the back print is
very wide and the ends of the text get cut off as the shirt folds. Doesn't look so good.
Might try hunting this one down in a small, then cutting this one up and using the graphics as patches somewhere.
I found this nail polish on eBay, and judging from the logo this looks like it was promotional garb for 2000
Years of Human Error. This will be from around 2001, and from the look and sound of it, it's dried up.
Due to international shipping laws, I can't buy nail polish from the US and get it sent to England. My friend offered to
hold it for me, and after months and months I flew over to Texas to meet up with them. It was a great trip! I miss Texas, as
weird as it is for a semi-flamboyant transsexual to say. I'm hoping to go back soon. But yes, I picked up this polish, and
all is right with the world.
I guess I should really call this enamel, rather than polish, as when the light catches the label on the back it's got enamel
written on it. Whatever I call this thing, it's completely unusable and absolute tatt that I will NEVER find a use for. And I
will treasure it.