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Snuggling With the Enemy

My Fake Magazine of LIfe in Sweden – by Scott Ritcher, American publisher of a real magazine called K Composite

Refused in 3D

At the beginning of April, the legendary Swedish band Refused played a free reunion show at Stockholm’s Debaser Medis club.

I was on hand to relive my younger years and to save the event for you in 3D. Click any image to see the images in larger sizes in the complete gallery.

If you need some 3D glasses, you can now get them directly from K Composite for only two bucks (13 kronor)!

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5 responses to “Refused in 3D”

  1. Chris says:

    Hej!

    Do you know where I can actually go to buy 3D glasses in Stockholm?

    Chris

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  2. Hey Chris, I’m not sure. Possibly a comic book shop would have some, but you might have to buy a 3D comic book with them.

    If you find some glasses, post another comment with the info so I can share it here on the site.

    Thanks!
    /Scott

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  3. Ian says:

    Hej!

    This might be a dumb question, but I don’t know the answer so I’ll ask it anyway! How do you take those pictures in 3D?

    And thanks for updating and posting a link for the 3d glasses.

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  4. Paul Conrad says:

    He Scott. Pictures look great in 3D. Send my eyes a bit funny though when i looked without my glasses lol.

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  5. steve says:

    Awesome pics, I had to steal a set of 3d glasses off my nephew lol Not often you see 3d pics on a blog but is deffinately a great idea! kudos!

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