Main Menu



Bubblegum Cards


Sometime around 1990, Winterland Productions began manufacturing "Super Stars MusiCards" - rock 'n' roll bubblegum cards for rock enthusiasts - packaged with, of course, a sheet of bubblegum. The cards have a picture on the front and information about the artist or band on the back.

MusiCard #219

The text: After studying at Kent State University, Ohio-born singer/songwriter Chrissie Hynde formed The Pretenders in London in 1978 with three musicians from Hereford, England. Their self-titled debut album contained the hit single "Brass In Pocket" (#5, 1980). Another hit "Back On The Chain Gang" (#5, 1983) was used in the movie "King Of Comedy." The single "Don't Get Me Wrong" (#10, 1986) was gleaned from their fourth album Get Close.



MusiCard #220

The text: ALBUMS: The Pretenders (1980), Extended Play (1981), Pretenders II (1981), Learning To Crawl (1984), Get Close (1986), The Singles (1987) and Packed! (1990). Packed!, the group's first release after a two-year breakup, featured 10 compositions by leader Chrissie Hynde (one co-written with Johnny Marr) and a version of Jimi Hendrix's "May This Be Love." Hynde also has made guest appearances on two albums by the British reggae band UB40.

back to top of page