- We just came back from Quebec City for a short visit and it was nice
to « really » visit the Old Quebec with Catdeli. We walked about 10
miles Old Port, Petit Champlain, Old Quebec, Grande-Allée => Grande
Allée, Rue St-Louis, Petit Champlain, Bar Linox et l'Agora. I looked
at the painting on the former Electric Circle and I thought about
Anvil! And also, looking at the painting on the wall : I thought
about the next album cover.
I remember that the Electric Circle stamped us on the hand with « an
invisible ink » when we paid to enter. When we were going out »to
hang around » and coming back, they used to check our hands under a
black light and then the « sign » was visible. I asked the doorman
what was the substance that was invisible and he told once me that it
was « Visine », a liquid for the eyes. I don't know if it was true.
Since the Cds replaced the Lps, there isn't any more surprise. Or, if
there's one, it's very small. There was nothing like opening a double
album to check inside.
Could Anvil release an album with an « invisible » tits on it? A
breast that would be visible only with a black light? I know it's
strange, but the human nature is very curious. Who wouldn't like to
own a cd that shows a cute pair of boobs under a black light?
Deli has a « Love Hate » poster called « Black out in the red room ».
It's a drawing and when we put it under a black light, 3 naked women
appear from the hookah's smoke. It's trippin What is interesting, is
that those that would prefer the pirate copy, wouldn't have the boobs.
« Ha .You don't have the real album, there are no tits! »