Vintage Fang "Where The Wild Things Are" Promotional Poster
The legendary Berkeley, CA punk band Fang released Where The Wild Things Are, their sophomore album, on guiatarist Tom Flynn's Boner Records in 1984. The record was 10 songs, mostly short and fast, and all aggressive. It was the last with the band's original lineup, as Flynn and bassist Christ Wilson left shortly after its release. The band broke up in 1989 after singer Sammytown went away to prison, but eventually reformed in 1997 when he was released. This original Fang poster, in great condition with a folding crease in the middle and a small tear on the top as well as minor edge wear, is a vintage promotional item fr the band's 1984 Where The Wild Things Are album.