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hoping to see these guys this year. Problem is they only support at the moment. And it's usually under pure instr bands. 

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seriously awesome track   

Holy shit, and I thought the concert I went to last weekend was intimate, lol. Very envious of anyone who could see these guys live... 

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1 hour ago, lettard said:

They've just released the two E.Ps as remastered over at their bandcamp page.

Will check out asap

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I'd missed this one when it came out. Wow. Excellent stuff.

Youtube actually doing a really great job of finding me new things to listen to in my isolation.
 

 

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On 2/11/2019 at 11:34 AM, Geoff said:

Holy shit, and I thought the concert I went to last weekend was intimate, lol. Very envious of anyone who could see these guys live... 

i saw them live earlier this year :)

 

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37 minutes ago, Glen said:

i saw them live earlier this year :)

 

Last time you'll do that for a few years. ;)

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50 minutes ago, Geoff said:

Last time you'll do that for a few years. ;)

any band 😖

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2 minutes ago, Glen said:

any band 😖

Yep. :( Very depressing. I got to see Reckless Love on the literal last weekend before shit got insane here in Australia, and I couldn't really ask for a better way to end an era. So good. A nice memory to hold onto for the next few years. 

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1 hour ago, Geoff said:

Yep. :( Very depressing. I got to see Reckless Love on the literal last weekend before shit got insane here in Australia, and I couldn't really ask for a better way to end an era. So good. A nice memory to hold onto for the next few years. 

great live I agree. Such a fun band

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4 minutes ago, Glen said:

great live I agree. Such a fun band

Yeah, fun band is a good description. They put on an awesome musical show, but they're good fun between tunes too. In complete honesty, considering my sheltered musical life here in Australia, I think I could confidently label that as the best gig I have attended. 

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On 4/7/2020 at 4:29 AM, Geoff said:

Yeah, fun band is a good description. They put on an awesome musical show, but they're good fun between tunes too. In complete honesty, considering my sheltered musical life here in Australia, I think I could confidently label that as the best gig I have attended. 

Well, then that's a nice way to end life as we know it. 

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seriously awesome track 

 

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Brilliant,this album is gonna be soooo good...when it finally arrives  :)

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LeBrock seriously does no wrong. 

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On 5/27/2020 at 6:39 AM, Glen said:

seriously awesome track 

 

I don't know what my ears did to deserve such a treat but they enjoyed it. As did I. 

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New beefier remix of Takes All Night is on Spotify...awesomeness!

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14 hours ago, zacharyamelie said:

New beefier remix of Takes All Night is on Spotify...awesomeness!

Yep nice remix by Dance With The Dead...

 

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