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  • Creator: Clone Records
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    • Autographed Copy of The Bizarros first release, Lady Doubenette

    • Clone Records; Bands; Music; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; Parkins, Don; Walker, Terry; Mondl, John; The Bizarros; Lady Doubonette; I Bizarro
    • One of the first releases by the Bizarros and Clone Records. Autographed by Nick Nicholis of the Bizarros and owner of Clone Records. Lady Doubonette is still one of the band's signature songs.
    • Back cover of Bowling Balls From Hell

    • Bowling Balls From Hell; Clone Records; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; The Waitresses; Butler, Chris; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Donahue, Patty; Defrange, Dennis; Thomas, David; Aylward, Michael; Frazier, Mark;...
    • The first compilation of Akron artists released by Clone Records. The album featured a mixture of performers that made up Tin Huey, Chi Pig and the Waitresses with Dennis DeFrange and Terry Hynde thrown in. The Design and art direction was done by...
    • Back cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Back cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • Back Cover with Tin Huey's 1977 EP

    • Tin Huey; Bands; Music; Musicians; Clone Records; Gold, Harvey; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Aylward, Michael; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Mondl, John
    • Back cover with credits of the 1977 Tin Huey EP. Released before Chris Butler joined the band it was the band's first efforts and one of Clone Records first releases.
    • Back of the sleeve of The Bizarros 45 rpm Laser Boys from 1978

    • Bands; Laser Boys; Music; Musicians; The Bizarros; Parkins, Jerry; Parkins, Don; Walker, Terry; Nicholis, Nick; Garberson, Rick; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Tripoli, Russ; Price, Mark; Mondl, John
    • 1978 45 rpm by the Bizarros with Laser Boys/It Hurts, Janey on Side A and a New Order on Side B. It was a Clone Records release which was recorded at Bushflow Studios.
    • Back Sleeve of Human Switchboard's I Gotta Know

    • Human Switchboard; Bands; Music; Musicians; I Gotta Know; Clone Records; Price, Mark; Bushflow Studios
    • 1978 45 rpm by The Human Switchboard. Formed at Syracuse University, and led by Cleveland Native Robert Pfeifer, they often played Kent when they weren't at school. They recorded three albums in the 1980s while in New York, but recorded this 45 rpm...
    • Back Sleeve of Teacher's Pet's 45rpm

    • Teacher's Pet; Bands; Music; Musicians; Bushflow Studios; Clone Records; Mullens, Ron; Mullens, Kal; Mullens, Kevin; Lax, Rex; Sake, Pete; Hooked On You; To Kill You; Dover, Ben; Richard, Face; Price, Mark
    • Back Sleeve cover for Teacher's Pet 1978 release on Clone Records single Hooked On You/To Kill You.
    • Back sleeve of Waitresses In "Short Stack"

    • Butler, Chris; Waitresses; Kidney, Jack; Aylward, Michael; Aire, Jane; Lemans, Nappy; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Price, Mark; Nicholis, Nick; Sternberg, Liam; The Numbers Band; (15-60-75)
    • The first release by the Waitresses. At the time the band was just Butler and whoever came into the studio with him. The actual band wasn't recruited until Butler has a record deal for his band.
    • Bowling Balls From Hell Album

    • Bowling Balls From Hell; Clone Records; The Waitresses; Defrange, Denis; Carney, Ralph; Thomas, Davis; Haff Notz; Hurricane Bob; Music; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow Studios; Album Covers; Frazier, Mark
    • Bowling Balls From Hell was a 1980 compilation album of Akron music produced my Nick Nicholis. Many Akron musicians performed on the album in the different groups listed, as well as backing solo acts.
    • Front cover for Bowling Balls II

    • Bowling Balls II; Bowling Balls From Hell II; Music; Musicians; Bands; The Waitresses; Unit 5; Tin Huey; Chi Pig; The Bizarros; Hammer Damage; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Opalenik, Dan
    • The second of two Akron compilation that Clone Records released, this one from 1981. It featured bands from what are usually considered the second wave of the "Akron Sound". Art Direction for the album was done by Dan Opalenik.
    • Front cover of Bowling Balls From Hell

    • Bowling Balls From Hell; Clone Records; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; The Waitresses; Butler, Chris; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Donahue, Patty; Defrange, Dennis; Thomas, David; Aylward, Michael; Frazier, Mark;...
    • The first compilation of Akron artists released by Clone Records. The album featured a mixture of performers that made up Tin Huey, Chi Pig and the Waitresses with Dennis DeFrange and Terry Hynde thrown in. The Design and art direction was done by...
    • Front cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Front cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • Front cover of Tin Huey's 1977 EP

    • Tin Huey; Bands; Music; Musicians; Clone Records; Gold, Harvey; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Aylward, Michael; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Mondl, John
    • Front cover of the 1977 Tin Huey EP. Released before Chris Butler joined the band it was the band's first efforts and one of Clone Records first releases.
    • Front Cover of Unit 5's Scared of the Dark

    • Unit 5; Bands; Music; Musicians; Scared of the Dark; Opalenik, Dan; Clone Records
    • The only LP release by Unit 5. Most, the band included, felt it didn't really capture the band at their best. Dan Opalenik, who photographed or designed many Akron releases, was in charge of art direction for the product. It was one of the handful...
    • Front Sleeve of Human Switchboard's I Gotta Know

    • Human Switchboard; Bands; Music; Musicians; I Gotta Know; Clone Records; Price, Mark; Bushflow Studios
    • 1978 45 rpm by The Human Switchboard. Formed at Syracuse University, and led by Cleveland Native Robert Pfeifer, they often played Kent when they weren't at school. They recorded three albums in the 1980s while in New York, but recorded this 45 rpm...
    • Front sleeve of John Rader's One Step at a Time 45 rpm

    • Clone Records; Rader, John; Music; Musicians; Opalenik, Dan; Parkins, Jerry; Walker, Terry; Garberson, Rick; Defrange, Dennis; Nicholis, Nick; The Bizarros; Bands
    • 1979 45 rpm from 1979 by John Rader. The release with One Step at a Time/Get You Back was a Clone Records release and had performance or production credits by four of the Bizarros. Dan Opalenik handled the photography and design.
    • Grey Bunnies 45 rpm

    • Grey Bunnies; Clone Records; Music; Bands; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; He Hit Me
    • A Side of the 1981 release by the Grey Bunnies on Clone Records. It was the last release by Clone Records during their initial existence. He Hit Me (And it Felt Like a Kiss) was a remake of a Crystals song from 1962.

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