One False Move Limited Edition LP Signed by the Freeze and Cover Artist Edward Gorey

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The 1999 punk album One False Move by the Freeze features a cover design by Edward Gorey (1925 - 2000), who also contributed some lyrics to the album. It has been signed and numbered in an edition of 1000 by Edward Gorey and the entire band. Mint. COA

One False Move Limited Edition LP Signed by the Freeze and Cover Artist Edward Gorey

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    One False Move Limited Edition LP Signed by the Freeze and Cover Artist Edward Gorey

    The 1999 punk album One False Move by the Freeze features a cover design by Edward Gorey (1925 - 2000), who also contributed some lyrics to the album. It has been hand-signed and numbered in an edition of 1000 by Edward Gorey and the entire band. Gorey is a macabre American artist and writer best known for the opening credits for the PBS TV series Mystery! and for such books as Amphigorey, The Doubtful Guest, and Unstrung Harp. Fine condition. Authenticity guaranteed for life by Collector's Shangri-La.

    Due to the unique nature of autographs, signature and placement by differ slightly from item pictured.

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    Type Art, CDs & Vinyl
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