Real quick, here are several images I've accumulated from either scanning them myself, or from Matt Swanson. They're divided into categories for your convenience. Please remember, some may be big, so don't be mad at me if it takes them forever to load.
For your, ah, damn, what's that word? Anyway, here are the logos:
I've pictures from all the albums. Mainly (okay, all) it's just scans of the little annoying jackets that come with CDs, and are all the time falling out and impossible to put back in. Is that just me? Maybe I should take my Ritilin. Anyway, it would be easiest for you to load this.
So far, I've only come into posession of two pictures of Byron:
Byron recording in a sound booth (in Studio 19, 1989), and
Byron playing live on stage.
Matt is seen here playing a bass. In concert. Live.
Matt is seen here playing a bass. In the studio (Studio 19, 1989).
Okay, in concert, here's Ken with his drums.
And here we have Ken setting up his Rogers kit.
These are some ... things ... that Matt has done. You can view them individually as follows:
However, it's best experienced if you view them all at once.
Here we have, yep, you guessed it: PICTURES OF THE GROUP! They're sorted by two categories, playing instruments at the time of the picture, and not playing at the time.
Okay, these things just don't fit into any category. So, having said that, here goes:
This is a scan of a ticket to a venue where Clockhammer played. YOU MISSED IT, DIDN'T YOU?!
And here we have a poster that Chris Nagle drew. Evidently Clockhammer played with the Flaming Lips. That's neat.
Some demented fan drew this while at a concert at Planet Earth in Knoxville, Tennessee.
All I can say about this is that it's been referred to as "The Death of Clockhammer".
What the hell this is is beyond me.
This is a cover of Metro magazine that features Clockhammer. It's from April 1990.
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