Music: Vinyl and digital.
Apparel: T-shirt w/Logo
Artwork: Drawings and conceptual art.


The Big Industry (Maximum Electric Piano), 1987, digital only, with extensive pdf booklet.
Win! Instantly! (Maximum Electric Piano), 1988, digital only.
Elemental Guitar, 1995, digital only.
Roger Miller’s Exquisite Corpse, 1993, digital only..
Roger Miller: Oh. LP only.
Big Steam (45/download).
M2: At Land’s Edge. 2012. Digital Download Only  
LP Only.
Trinary System: Lights in the Center of Your Head and Amplify the Amplifiers Digital Only.
Trinary System: Lights in the Center of Your Head and Amplify the Amplifiers, Vinyl only.


WRCM T-shirt: S/M/L/XL. $27.50 (incl. S+H).
Based on his art installation “Transmuting the Prosaic”. The image is his logo, ” reimagined by graphic designer Joanne Kaliontzis, of the T.V. test pattern image from the ’60’s/’70’s
Due to the nature of this product, sales are final, no returns.
Sizes and quality are very good, and are more fitted than “Beefy T’s”


ART/Conceptual Art

Signals calls and Marches lyric sheet (embossed 2020 version): $17.00 (includes S+H)

For the lyric sheet to Mission of Burma’s 1981 EP “Signals Calls and Marches”, Miller compiled all the words and listed them in alphabetical order. In 2018, he corrected the few words and spelling errors to make it 100% accurate. For this limited edition piece, the lyrics are debossed letterpress printed on high quality black paper, 11″X14″. The print references the Modified Vinyl piece “SCM Lyric Sheet” that is part of his installation “Transmuting the Prosaic”, which has the same words etched into a 12” record.

POP Record/evolving b/w Four Bars of a Bach Fugue: $1,000.00 (includes S+H)

Each 12″ custom made. Side A is a re-recording of Miller’s record noise created in 1985 onto a lacquer, which wears away and constantly evolves with new pops/scratches appearing. On the b-side, the Bach Fugue score is etched into the record via screw-driver by the artist. Each LP Cover custom-made.

For Frottage drawings, see the Online Gallery
There are other pieces available not in these galleries: contact artist if interested.


Dear Mr. Miller, I am William, your Ebertfest fan freak. Amazing job with Varietie! Wow. Well, I went to your website, and there’s not a lot of merch here, and some dead links. If you are in a position to sell and ship to me directly your cage cover, or point me to a link, or Sproton on vinyl, or M2, or tell me which of your decades-old records are your favorites, I’d like to dig deeper into your musical mind. AND if Alloy ever released music on vinyl NOT through Third Man, I’d pick it up. I’m also into trading my books for your music, if you do the underground art barter economy. Cheers, man! (Somewhere in Massachusetts there is a pebble painted green on one side that goes with my copy of “Oh.”)

Hey William. I just corrected virtually all the links. Not sure where the FWP 45 (w/the Cage track) is at present. If I find some, I’ll bring ’em to next year’s Ebert. We’re doing the stunning “Page of Madness” next year. Tript out is the way to describe it!

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