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Hows the production on the new Gynger Lynn compared to the first one?

I love the songs on the first one but the sound quality left something to be desired.

Either way still looking forward to these and the other two new ones I just ordered(Legacy&Charlotte).

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Hows the production on the new Gynger Lynn compared to the first one?

I love the songs on the first one but the sound quality left something to be desired.

Either way still looking forward to these and the other two new ones I just ordered(Legacy&Charlotte).

 

GYNGER LYNN's new CD is taken from DATs so it should sound better. Although the 1st GL release has excellent songs, they were 2nd, 3rd Gen demos, one-takes, etc which took away from the overall quality.

 

GYNGER LYNN 'Baby's Gone Bad' Tracklist:

 

01. Take Me Away

02. Need To Know

03. Baby's All Talk

04. Along the Way

05. Yes It's True

06. Need A Little Love

07. Goin' Home

08. Summertime

09. Lonely, Lonely

10. Never Find A Better Girl

11. Wanna Be Your Lover

12. The Chance

13. Stay With Me

14. Baby's Gone Bad

15. Way Of The World

16. Bad Luck

 

SWEET SYBIL 'Self-Titled' Tracklist:

 

1. Remember When

2. #69

3. Downtown Suicide

4. Walkin' Talkin'

5. Someone In Your Eyes

6. Jump Back

7. Burning House

8. Alone With You

9. You & I

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Hows the production on the new Gynger Lynn compared to the first one?

I love the songs on the first one but the sound quality left something to be desired.

Either way still looking forward to these and the other two new ones I just ordered(Legacy&Charlotte).

 

GYNGER LYNN's new CD is taken from DATs so it should sound better. Although the 1st GL release has excellent songs, they were 2nd, 3rd Gen demos, one-takes, etc which took away from the overall quality.

 

 

I heard "Baby's All Talk" on that comp they were sending out and it sounding really good IMO so looking forward to hearing more. :beerbang:

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I'm looking forward to both Gyner Lynn and Sweet Sybil killer releases. So far Eonian has delivered some high quality releases.

 

Up next is Wanted and Snakeskin Cowboys....Awesome.

 

 

Hey Suicide......Can't wait for the following releases by Bad Attitude, Broad St.Bullies, TNA and Youngblood.....!!! Any idea of when they will be released???? :git:

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I'm looking forward to both Gyner Lynn and Sweet Sybil killer releases. So far Eonian has delivered some high quality releases.

 

Up next is Wanted and Snakeskin Cowboys....Awesome.

 

 

Hey Suicide......Can't wait for the following releases by Bad Attitude, Broad St.Bullies, TNA and Youngblood.....!!! Any idea of when they will be released???? :git:

 

WANTED: Working on the 10-Panel inserts now.

SNAKESKIN COWBOY: In the works...

YOUNGBLOOD: In discussion. Band has over 50 songs to choose from so deciding what the package will be.

TNA: In the works...In discussion

BAD ATTITUDE: ???

BROAD ST. BULLIES: ???

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I'm looking forward to both Gyner Lynn and Sweet Sybil killer releases. So far Eonian has delivered some high quality releases.

 

Up next is Wanted and Snakeskin Cowboys....Awesome.

 

 

Hey Suicide......Can't wait for the following releases by Bad Attitude, Broad St.Bullies, TNA and Youngblood.....!!! Any idea of when they will be released???? :git:

 

WANTED: Working on the 10-Panel inserts now.

SNAKESKIN COWBOY: In the works...

YOUNGBLOOD: In discussion. Band has over 50 songs to choose from so deciding what the package will be.

TNA: In the works...In discussion

BAD ATTITUDE: ???

BROAD ST. BULLIES: ???

 

Thanks for the update Can you tell me more about the band Youngblood or direct me to a site? Wiht over 50 songs....it would be nice to maybe rlease a 2 cd set by them...

 

Cheerz :beerbang:

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