Tag: Dischord

ROB MOSS of ROB MOSS AND SKIN-TIGHT SKIN – Song For Ewe

“I wrote Billy’s name on my wish list of lead guitarists to play on my album. Many of the guys on my list were old friends or friends of friends. But I didn’t know Billy. So I contacted him on Facebook and he replied, “Love to give it a go.” Billy did more than give it a go. He brought the sound and spirit I’d heard in his playing to my song, “No 48 Crash” (yes, it’s a reply song to Suzi Quatro).”

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JOHNNY TEMPLE of FAKE NAMES – Song For Ewe

“By 1980 synthesizers were moving to the front of the mix in Gary Numan’s music, but back in 1978 when Tubeway Army was recorded, the guitars and bass were louder and dirtier. I’ll never get tired of hearing the guitars kick in sixty seconds into “Listen to the Sirens.” I don’t know if Kurt Cobain was a Tubeway Army fan, but lyrically, this song and the album as a whole seem to be violently alienated uncles to Bleach and Nevermind.”

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