We've Got A Fuzzbox And We'r Going To Use It

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Chrome Dinette, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. airwarrior

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    Erm.... If you say so...
     
  2. Chrome Dinette

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    I didn't say it was good. Complete didn't invent bad.
     
  3. Melj

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    Great name for a band. Instant disappointment when you actually hear them though :)
     
  4. Prof KM

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    My rock band played at a party the other week and the singer's new band played too - they were good, not really my thing but I enjoyed it. And she's got a great voice, I have to say!
     
  5. RocksOff

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    Sounds like they were heavily influenced by Yoko Ono. Egads.
     
  6. dantedayjob

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYQsMWcmBsA&feature=related

    This is better... as is the studio version of Spirit In The Sky... I don't know what was going on with that first vid... seriously lacked their usual energy and the vocals just weren't right... The first album, which this vid is from was fantastic.. the second SUCKED, sounded like f**king Bananarama... BTW they were like 16 yrs old when they recorded the first album, they played all the instruments, including horns, violins, etc They were really quite talented
     
  7. ToneZappa

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    I played on that album as well..... one track called "Whats The Point" the Melody Maker paper gave that track a one word review "Exactly" !!! I did the clean guitars, all the loud stuff, feedback and whammy stuff and on the 12 inch version the Adrian Belew type stuff. It was a remix session by Stephen Stewart Short down at Trident Studios (soho) he did some great things to the guitars on the 12 inch version.
    Are they still going as a band ?
     
  8. Prof KM

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    No, see my post above - the singer's doing her own thing now - check out www.myspace.com/vixvixvix :)
     

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