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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2010 12:39 pm
User avatarButtered Toast with Jam and a Glass of OJ and a Coffee, an Espresso, and a Bagel with HummusJoined: Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:23 pmPosts: 799Location: Chicago
icebox idea, you should post the army of ponch demo that i've always heard is amazing.



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 5:45 am
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Justin Communique wrote:
icebox idea, you should post the army of ponch demo that i've always heard is amazing.

They recorded a demo and toured a lot, then they recorded 8 or 9 songs as an album two years later. Then they scrapped that recording and recorded the version that came out. (It's the same songs over and over). What they NEED to do is keep Jack from shattering his bones... and record that NEW album, haha!



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 10:28 am
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vardcore wrote:
Justin Communique wrote:
icebox idea, you should post the army of ponch demo that i've always heard is amazing.

They recorded a demo and toured a lot, then they recorded 8 or 9 songs as an album two years later. Then they scrapped that recording and recorded the version that came out. (It's the same songs over and over). What they NEED to do is jeep Jack from shattering his bones... and record that NEW album, haha!



I would accept several versions of the same songs too!



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:31 pm
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vardcore wrote:
Justin Communique wrote:
icebox idea, you should post the army of ponch demo that i've always heard is amazing.

They recorded a demo and toured a lot, then they recorded 8 or 9 songs as an album two years later. Then they scrapped that recording and recorded the version that came out. (It's the same songs over and over). What they NEED to do is keep Jack from shattering his bones... and record that NEW album, haha!

5000% back this idea, would love for it to happen


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 9:04 am
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This is awesome! I forgot how awesome Kumite was.



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:35 am
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fdo_recordings wrote:
This is awesome! I forgot how awesome Kumite was.

Especially that last demo! That thing was so good that (after listening to it for a few months) I came really close to asking to put it out as an LP, but honestly... I had a lot of trepidation about doing a fully metal record, plus was so busy already: no room. I inadvertently showed up at the studio while they were recording it, to pick up or drop off something else, and I hung out listening to guitars and playback. Something about the guitar tones told me there was something extra going on there. It definitely deserved to be heard. But then one of the guys moved away... and that was that, yeah?



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 1:16 pm
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This is great, woo hoo.

Kind of GV related, did anyone ever hear CELL 63? Rob Coe from Fay Wray's band pre-Fay Wray. I picked up "Once Upon a Drunk..." on CD from some website for out of print stock in the Netherlands for about 40 Euros back in 2003... expensive as hell but couldn't find anything by them anywhere and really wanted it.

Anyway, it's pretty good - more like The Enablers than Fay Wray as Rob is singing. Anyone know if they ever did anything else? If anyone is interested I'd have no problem putting it up somewhere. It's 16 years old and it's not like you can buy it anywhere.



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 1:55 pm
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Dave Newest Industry wrote:
This is great, woo hoo.

Kind of GV related, did anyone ever hear CELL 63? Rob Coe from Fay Wray's band pre-Fay Wray. I picked up "Once Upon a Drunk..." on CD from some website for out of print stock in the Netherlands for about 40 Euros back in 2003... expensive as hell but couldn't find anything by them anywhere and really wanted it.

Anyway, it's pretty good - more like The Enablers than Fay Wray as Rob is singing. Anyone know if they ever did anything else? If anyone is interested I'd have no problem putting it up somewhere. It's 16 years old and it's not like you can buy it anywhere.


yeah i went out and bought the CD after seeing Cell 63 at the Hardback. They were opening for whatever other band i was there to see. I really like that record alot, very underated and recommended!

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2010 1:03 am
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Self Titled? You're a star, thanks!!!



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:03 pm
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vardcore wrote:
fdo_recordings wrote:
This is awesome! I forgot how awesome Kumite was.

Especially that last demo! That thing was so good that (after listening to it for a few months) I came really close to asking to put it out as an LP, but honestly... I had a lot of trepidation about doing a fully metal record, plus was so busy already: no room. I inadvertently showed up at the studio while they were recording it, to pick up or drop off something else, and I hung out listening to guitars and playback. Something about the guitar tones told me there was something extra going on there. It definitely deserved to be heard. But then one of the guys moved away... and that was that, yeah?


Yeah, I wish more came out of that band. They were HUGE down here. Every time they played it was as "sold out" as a skate park can be. Plus, Tony rules!



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