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Record cover project: we need your help!

As the Sleazy Beats series draws to a close (more info on that later) we're giving our record cover project one last push to see if we can make this little plan work. If you haven't read about it yet, here's the 411: we put out records, you buy them, but we've only met a handful of you. We're all about giving back to the community and all that jazz though and would love to offer you the chance to star on the cover of our very last release, which will be out in the spring of 2012. All you have to do is take a pic of you and your Sleazy Beats record(s) before the 15th of March and fire it over to

Whatever happens, you'll get a spot in our gallery of awesomeness (which you should check out for inspiration, as there's some quality mugshots from all over the globes to be found) but if we get enough pics in (50 more, give or take) the record sleeve will see the light of day. We really hope you can find a few minutes to humor us, it would be pretty amazing if we could pull this off together. Sloppy kisses from the Sleazy crew!

PS It won't really be our very last release...Sleazy Beats' twisted sister SB Black Ops just might rear her lovely head later this year....


  1. What kind of sound will you be pushing with Black Ops? Sounds interesting :)

  2. Good luck with that. If you havnt checked it out already, I recommend this:

  3. No need to stop while on top...that's lame. You gotta run this shit in the ground!!

  4. i'm happy to see people finally sent some nice pics over to complete the cover.


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