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The Party's Over, vol II, no 2.

This one is from NYC, and the couple of issues I got were great, if sparse on words. Issues channel the energy of several people, and this one has tapped a few skaters for input. It's divided into sections for each contributor, and the submissions range from snapshots and candids to collages and drawings, but it's consistently top notch stuff. I'm sure these are atop some of the cooler toilet tanks in NYC waiting to be perused by tenants and guests alike amount the porcelain thrown, and if you send 'em a little cash I bet it could live atop yours as well: thepartysover@gmail.com

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Title Annotation:ZINE THING
Publication:Thrasher
Date:Jun 1, 2008
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