Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Posted by xCHIPxSEM | File under : ,

When 108 released their first official full length "Songs of Separation" (Holyname was an EP) in 1995, they also made a zine to go along with it. The zine featured the lyrics to all of the songs as well as the meanings behind the lyrics, photos and interviews with each band member. While some of these songs were discussed in the discography liner notes, the zine is pretty comprehensive and really gives a great understanding of where the band (namely Vic or Vraja Kishor Das as he was known) was at the time of the release. Definitely a cool idea and I wish more bands would take a note from this and create something similar for their records. A very big thanks to our friend and regular reader, Rob Mafia, for sending this to me so I could scan it. If you don't already own the 108 discography "Creation. Sustenance. Destruction.", head over to their webstore and pick up a copy. Otherwise, enjoy this trip back to 1995. I've uploaded the entire zine (34 pages) as a download which you can find below.

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108 - Songs of Separation Zine

6 comments:

xGeoffx said...

Thanks for posting this! Stoked to check it out.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting! I will be downloading this as soon as o get a chance! This is an album ive been meaning to sit down and really take in so I look forward to it!

jsc said...

Thank you for this!

jsc said...

THank you for uploading this!

Anonymous said...

Please re-upload

Bram Hubbell said...

Please re-upload