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Tuesday, August 30

Bob Weir and John Mayer of Dead and Company have Garbage Pail Kids in their honor. So does many artist on the festival circuit. They are just as fun as ever.

Bob Weir and John Mayer of Dead and Company have Garbage Pail Kids in their honor. So does many artist on the festival circuit. They are just as fun as ever. 


If you saw Jerry Garcia with The Grateful Dead chances our you remember Garbage Pail Kids. They were highly collectible, funny and made fun of Capage Patch Kids. To my surprise Topps still comes out with these every know and then. The newest series is stickers and they spoof The Music Festival Industry. Future Heart first reported that the new series from Topps
 trading cards is commemorating this summer’s music fest season with a set of American As Applie Pie stickers: ten acts you might have seen headlining a festival this year as Garbage Pail Kids. Each of these artists inspired two stickers: Beck (“Decked Beck” and “Hammy Hansen”), Dead and Company (“Bob Weird” and “John Slayer”), Radiohead (“Radio Dead” and “Tortured Thom”), The Roots (“Tree Roots” and “Quest Shrub”), Morrissey(“Meaty Morrissey” and “Sacrilege Smith”), Arcade Fire(“Arcade Fired” and “Lose Butler”), Red Hot Chili Peppers (“Fiery Flea” and “Affably Anthony”), Death Cab for Cutie (“Death Cab For Frontman” and “Bashed Ben”), Guns N’ Roses (“Overworked Axl” and “Gunnin’ For Rose”) and The Cure (“Crying Cure” and “Sobbing Smith”). Click on any of the links in the last sentence to purchase that sticker pair, or click here for the complete set. The price is $49.99.