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Interviewing them this weekend, don't you know.
Politics of new record, Conrad living in Cambodia, reissues (ten year anniversary of Source Tags), future plans/plans of stopping, side projects (Spiritual Wives and Midnight Masses for Jason and Autry), Conrad's steampunk graphic novel.
I'll bloomin' interview them if you're not bothered :p
good to know I'm on the right page!
actually maybe not
Lost Songs was decent, but the run from Worlds Apart to Tao of the Dead... *shudders*
like one of your French girls?
P.S. Tao of the Dead is a fine album.
request that it's just stuff up until 2005 and I'll buy you a drink
BUT GOOD LUCK
Say hi from me. Maybe ask them what time they are on stage as I can't really be arsed with the support.
... is harder to find but in A they'd be between Anal Cunt and Julie Andrews.
it doesn't like how long their name is. I try and change the tags but my retagging app doesn't like it either, in fact it just deletes the file entirely.
Have they less money now, or have they simply lost their edge and given up?
but there's only 4 of them these days, there's not much room as there once was
I'm seeing them in Nottingham tonight. Can't wait!
and the rest is all first three albums: http://ravechild.co.uk/2013/04/22/live-review-and-you-will-know-us-by-the-trail-of-dead-at-swg3-20413/
want more Tao and Lost Songs please!
encore was Mistakes followed by Richter Scale though, doesn't get better
bloody brilliant. The odd recent one, Flower Card Games off the latest record. All the classics otherwise. The place was pretty empty, the Academy is a little big for them these days I think.
They were incredible. But they always are.
would have been spot-on. Thekla or Fleece could have handled it fine. It was nice to actually be able to see in the Academy though.
First time I've seen them where it felt like they were going though the motions, rushed through the songs far too quickly and it really didn't feel like the same band any more without Neil and Kevin.
but they left years ago, STOP LIVIN IN THE PAST MAN
despite lack of newer stuff, bluddy aces as always. liked the stripped down lineup, bassist was well cool. some purdy good jams towards the end too.
Yeah the stripped down line up worked really well. Haven't seen that drummer/guitarist before (not Jason). He was immense.