The Evolution Control Committee























 

Stuff

Here we have the proverbial virtual grab bag -- miscellaneous stuff for sale, including CDs from other worthy bands and labels, and soon, things like stickers and shirts, posters, corks, turnips, and perhaps a potato.

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ECC Work Shirts and T-Shirts

Check out the workmanship on these workman's shirts: The "Mac Swoosh Coke" logo embroidered (not screen printed!) on each shirt. I swear, it brings us to tears, swelling with ECC pride, brandishing this magnificent recycled logo over our hearts... er... wait, right side... uh, lungs.

The shirts are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles. If you don't see your size you might try contacting us directly, but chances are that what's available at Illegal Art and CDStreet are all we've got.

Like our logo, the work shirts themselves are recycled as well, but you'll hardly notice. (Click on the above images for detail if you don't believe us... there was a patch there, which was removed before our logo got stitched in.) Especially when the price would've been more like $20 new. (The T-Shirts are brand new, though)

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CDStreet.com

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ECC Stickers

In much the same way we've been tardy with the shirts, so goes the story with stickers. And yet... the new stickers are just sooooo pretty... click on the small picture to the upper right to see the rich, Corinthian detail. The "Mac Swoosh Coke" logo hovers above a background touting our motto: "Copyright Violation for the Nation". Just so ya know what yer gettin': These are not vinyl stickers, partially because those are pricey, but also because we really wanted full color on these. So, these are color copied onto sticky-backed paper stock, but spray with a matte finish... what this means is that they're more durable than a photocopy, but less durable than vinyl. Got it? Good. 5" x 2" of pure promotional goodness. 

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Weird Love Makers Stickers

Fans of The Weird Love Makers will be glad to see that their favorite flyer designs are now available as stickers! See old naked women with cold cuts! Revel in the presence of the musical naked family! Offend prudes the world over with 4" x 4" of pure NUDENESS!

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Fact 22: Sticky Pop

Fans of Columbus Ohio's electronic music scene will immediately recognize Fact 22 -- or at least, they should. James Towning has been producing (and producing, and producing) music under the Fact 22 for years. As if that weren't enough, he's also produced music on Negativland's Seeland label as Realistic (see below) and compiled two compilations of Columbus electronic music, including Adventures In Modern Recording. The Evolution Control Committee admits an embarassingly fan-boy appreciation for his work, so we're only too pleased to offer it to all of you.

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RealAudio Lucky Charm
RealAudio Engine

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Realistic: Maidenhead

As mentioned above, Columbus' James Towning is a busy boy. His latest busy-ness comes in the form of Realistic, and the debut effort Maidenhead is a wonderful blend of their older electronic pop style with more updated techno sensitivities. This is the album that the "Smells Like Teen Disco" remix EP on Illegal Art came from, and if the title of his "Adventures In Modern Recording" compilation didn't give away his penchant for Buggles references, "Handicap Bathroom" will.

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RealAudio Handicap Bathroom
RealAudio Smells Like Teen Disco