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Live Boston Rock is up on discogs
Live Boston Rock - the live album put together by Allan Kraut featuring Boston based bands - has been added to discogs. Issued in 2003 the album in notable to feature then unreleased track by GIVE "How I Feel Tonight". Studio version of "How I Feel Tonight" was released some fifteen years later through GIVE's bandcamp page. Live Boston Rock appearance on discogs provides the opportunity to add the album to wantlist to recieve notification when someone puts the album on sale. Discogs is a competitive alternative to eBay and Amazon in terms of price for physical editions. At the time of writing Live Boston Rock is available for 49,95$ on the latter. As for digital editions, Live Boston Rock is also available to download on iTunes and Amazon and for streaming on various services.
“What Makes Us Tick” – new single by GIVE is out
GIVE have released a new single in the end of November - "What Makes Us Tick". The song is from 2002 and is a relative departure from the classic hard rock style of GIVE and is much more melodic, reminiscent of the song "Colosseum" from the 3 reunion EP. Unlike the majority of GIVE single releases since 2017 "What Makes Us Tick" was mixed by Paul Kolderie and not by Chad Fischer. As of todya, the only other song mixed by Paul is "How I Feel Tonight" released in 2018. The single is the third out of the initially promised four new songs of 2020. While the previous releases were coming in a steady pace of once per quarter, it was a five month gap until "What Makes Us Tick", leaving only a month for the fourth and final single. You can listen and download "What Makes Us Tick" from the band's bandcamp page.
Lazlo Bane reunite for the new “1975”
Lazlo Bane members reunited once more for a recording of the new version of the song "1975" from their debut album 11 Transistor. The video features the band performing the song on the fictional show Who Can It Be Now hosted by Colin James (Hay) in front of the the audience with the screen behind the band showcasing the song's lyrics. The new version of the "1975" supports the recent 11 Transistor digital reissue for which Chad Fischer also recorded a new version of another album's track "I'll Do Everything". "1975" video was released on Chad Fischer's Youtube and Instagram channels and is also available on Facebook and Videos page.