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GRATEFUL DEAD STEAL YOUR FACE SMALL METAL 1 IN STICKER

GRATEFUL DEAD STEAL YOUR FACE SMALL METAL 1 IN STICKER
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GRATEFUL DEAD STEAL YOUR FACE SMALL METAL 1 IN STICKER

The approximate size of the sticker is 1"

The colors in the sticker are red, blue and GOLD. We apologize if the gold tone is not showing up well in the image due to reflection.

This classic sticker will take you back to the 70's where you'll go on the longest strangest trip a deadhead could go on. The Grateful Dead sticker features the original artwork from the Steal Your Face album, released in 1976. You've probably seen this decal at a show or festival printed on a T-Shirt.

The music from Steal Your Face was taken from recordings from live shows in October of 1974 at Bill Graham's Winterland Arena. The double vinyl disc set featured songs including Chuck Berry's "The Promised Land" & "Around And Around" as well as GD Robert Hunter penned originals such as "Ship of Fools" & "Stella Blue". These tunes were heard first on Steal Your Face by many a Deadhead. Slap this sticker just about anywhere to show off your Grateful Deadication! STICK with PEACE LOVE & THE GRATEFUL DEAD!!!

Dead Head Fact: The band's movie "The Grateful Dead Movie" was released on June 1, 1977. It was a documentary of the group's 1974 Fall Winterland shows. The very same "run" of shows used for the Steal Your Face double lp. In 2005 the 5 CD Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack was released & documented even more from this famous run of shows. A notable occasion during these shows was the re-appearance of drummer Mickey Hart after several years absence. These were the last shows for a while though as the band elected to take go on hiatus from Fall 1974 to Summer 1976 with only some brief one off shows in 1975.

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