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Someone please tell me they have his demo's with David Rosenthal or with his old band, TOUCHE, from England.

 

This guy is a great undiscovered talent.....I have been looking for his stuff for the longest time.

 

Anyone able to help? :unsure:

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I'd like the Skew Siskin' promo of "Life's A Bitch" and the Electric Boys "Black Betty." Thanks.

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You still haven't found that CD TIM? It's track 13 accordingto this website:

 

http://web.onetel.net.uk/~wb198/elecboys.htm#3

 

If you got yourself a fastmail account, I can e-mail you the track if you need to hear it. just e-mail me your addy on here if you want it. Go to www.fastmail.fm and get the account there.

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Steve,

 

I have Mark Thompson Smith's solo cd...and it's pretty damn good! If you want *and can wait till I move and unpack my boxes* I'll make you a cdr of it.....let me know!

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Steve,

 

I have Mark Thompson Smith's solo cd...and it's pretty damn good! If you want *and can wait till I move and unpack my boxes* I'll make you a cdr of it.....let me know!

JLP,

Yeah that would be great...thanks bro.

 

I tried emailing him yesterday and it came back undelivered. Dammit. :angry:

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