POSITIVE PEER PRESSURE (fanzine ad, 1988)
A t-shirt company with a p-p-positive message. That hucksters saw a market in the landscape of late 80’s youth crew mania, and with such immediacy produced this crass merchandising of cheap Christian sentiment is glorious tribute to the eternal dual power of vanity and naivety to draw in the allowance of society suckers.
That, or it’s a weak Crucial Youth inspired satire.
Either way, Positive Peer Pressure is a Painfully Precise dePiction of Punk’s Political aPProach… but YOU are too smart for that, eh?! YOU listen to B&D themed skinhead power electronic interpretations of Death In June instrumentals! Praise Jah!