This Friday, June 9th, the Third Deed of Love from Psychopathic Records drops.
The Third Deed of Love will be a special auction on Ebay. The winning bidder will receive the following:
- the auction lot of Psychopathic history
- a pair of tickets for the Carnival of Carnage show
- vinyl reissues of Tales From the Lotus Pod, Dog Beats, Tunnel of Love ( both regular and XXX-rated editions), and Beverly Kills 50187
- plus the winner will get to pick the charity the money goes to.
Check out the details below.
As part of 2017’s heavenly beam, Psychopathic is holding a special auction that will go live next Friday, June 9 at noon EST on our eBay page (http://www.ebay.com/usr/psychopathic-vault). We have assembled an auction lot of Psychopathic history so devastating, you’ll be pondering selling your mom on the black market to get the funds to bid on this collection of one-of-a-kind items—that’s how rare these items are, motherfacko! There is LITERALLY only one of each of these pieces of flavor, making the winner the only person on this Dirt Ball to own these items. The full description of everything contained in the auction lot will be revealed next week but we CAN tell you that the winning bidder will also receive a pair of tickets for the Carnival of Carnage show this Saturday, August 26 — a $500 value! – which raises funds for the upcoming, big-budget documentary about the late, great John Kickjazz, the third founding member of ICP.
The winning bidder will also be able to choose which charity he or she would like their money to go to as well as a complete-to-date collection of ICP’s acclaimed vinyl reissues Waxworks, including 180-gram, high quality LPs of Dark Lotus’ “Tales From the Lotus Pod,” and the legendary ICP releases “Dog Beats,” “Tunnel of Love” (in both regular and XXX-rated editions), and the brand new picture disc of “Beverly Kills 50187.”
So next Friday at noon, visit the official Psychopathic eBay page at http://www.ebay.com/usr/psychopathic-vault to witness the grand revelation of the 2017’s Third Deed of Love. How rare are these items contained in the auction lot? We hear the lot is worth more than the contents of Prince’s legendary Paisley Park vault. WHOOP WHOOP!