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Trampoline cover by Samsara
Trampoline cover by Samsara
The information about the song "Trampoline" was updated to highlight the fact that it was covered by Tim Bright's band Samsara, the fact that somehow escaped lazlobane.net before. The song was actually released on Samsara's album Fast Too Slow and band appeared performing it on the TV show Fearless Music in mid 2000's. The video of the performance can now be found on the Videos page. Not only this, but the song was also released on the several live compilations featuring outtakes from Fearless Music performances. To combine information with references in one place, a new (very) small Wikipedia page for "Trampoline" has been created. So, enjoy the new shape of "Trampoline" as video and audio and good luck getting a hold on the Samsara's studio version. P.S. Also check out the new lyric video for "Superman" in the Videos section.
2018 in review
2018 in review
Hi everyone! As 2018 has come to an end it's time to look back at what interesting and lovely things have happend. 2018 - 2019 First of all, this website was launched in February. There was (and is) still a lot to do, but the first sections of the website were ready to explore. The most interesting for me was Myspace blog, as it was unavailable for quite some time and has been finally recreated. The more content followed but we'll get to it later. For a band that is publicly inactive since 2013, 2018 turned out to be a fruitful year. First of all, we saw the release of Chad Fischer's wonderfull soundtrak album for the show Scandal, which was made available digitally through the major online platforms. Some of the links where you can purchase or listen to the album are below: The next major event happened towards the end of the year, the reissue of All the Time in the World on coloured vinyl in November. This marked the band's second vinyl release after their debut single "Buttrcup", which was also coloured transparent by the way. A closer look at the contents of All the Time in the World LP was also made available right before Christmas. We also celebrated the first jubilee of Big Spill in 2018. As for the website itself, it had several updtes throuh the year. The most notable are If you are looking for the magnificent Clay Cow Production video for "Scene of the Crime", lazlobane.net is the only place so far. There are plans for new content set to appear in the near future, so don't forget to subscribe via email. Have a happy 2019;)
All the Time in the World LP review
All the Time in the World LP review
It's been a while after the release of All the Time in the World LP by Lonestar Records and i've finally recieved the record myself and was able to have a closer look at it. Let's get started then. The main thing that held my concern was the actual tracklisting as the album had a number of the variations in the past. And the vinyl version turned out to be yet another unique. So, the eleventh track is "Breath Me In", but the second side of the LP does not feature the hidden track, which is probably due to time constraints. The CD version of the album is 45 minutes and 27 seconds long which may be too long for the LP, and cutting the hidden track you get 44m01s. That's what it turned out to be. The vinyl itself is translucent pale blue ("electric" blue as it was marketed) and weights 150g, which is the first step in heavy category and is a fair balance between production cost and audio quality. The LP is packed in black protective sleeve. The sticker on the cover says that the pressing is limited to 500 copies, which is common for the recent Lonestar Records releases. Somewhat a disappointment for me was the absence of the album credits. There was little mentioned on the back cover, so there could be an insert providing more detailed credits like on the CD release. But that kind of information unfortunalely wasn't included. The detailed album credits are only available on the CD liner notes so far. And that is it. In the end, my biggest gratitude to Lonestar Records for this release. It turned out to be a real desired Christmas present for me, which would always be a pleasure to listen to. Looking forward for more vinyl releases of Lazlo Bane music. Guilty Pleasures double LP would be a real treat. Don't you think? P.S. For more information about the release visit the newly created Discogs page. Wikipedia page has also been updated.
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