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Weekend of CD Release Parties. .

For one band. . . :) I offer optimal value I can get you CD Release Parties that last a whole weekend ;)

Friday:




and then

Saturday:



I'm just hoping gothx that the CD's will be here by Wednesday, for Dj Bootcamp, I want to give some of them out to the trainee dj's

Rev

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jadesev
Jul. 8th, 2007 03:57 am (UTC)
Oh, how could I forget Decoded Feedback... my gods, they suck.

No one, in this scene does it entirely to make money, people who do it entirely to make money sell their souls to make pop music.

I don't know where, but I did in fact read that vocals were being added to C/A/T to get more exposure at clubs. Not sure where I read it though... maybe part of a review somewhere regarding the new album. That's the only reason I brought that subject up. Well, you know better than any rumours floating around!
razorslave
Jul. 8th, 2007 04:28 am (UTC)

I don't know where, but I did in fact read that vocals were being added to C/A/T to get more exposure at clubs.


The exact reason Skinny Puppy made Dig It, Assimilate, and several other tracks, you get the club play, you expose people to your music, they buy the albums, and hear the other tracks.

I tend to fully support any artists attempts to supliment their income by selling records. Merchandise. Watever.(Well suing their fanbase a la Metallica, I don't support)
far_and_distant
Jul. 9th, 2007 02:39 am (UTC)
but I did in fact read that vocals were being added to C/A/T to get more exposure at clubs.

I'm wondering where I was misquoted as saying that... :)

Actually, I added lyrics/vocals because that was the way I felt like expressing myself on this album. After 4 releases [2 EPs, 1 album and one album length EP] that were entirely instrumental... I figured not only would adding vocals be fitting for the idea I wanted to get across BUT ALSO it'd be something DIFFERENT that the C/A/T project hadn't done before. I felt if I just did 14 "Smashed" or "Music To Piss You Off" type 'club stompers' I'd be not only repeating myself but it wouldn't be something I wanted to listen to myself.

I just did an interview with Side-Line re: this album which will explain things better [assuming it's edited well]. If it helps get into clubs or get more shows by doing vocals, then so be it... but it's not like after ATF I just sat down and went "Wow, vocals will = $$$... let's do it!" :) And I still threw on like 3 or 4 instrumental tracks for the C/A/T purists as well.

That said, I think the next C/A/T release, which we start on in August, should appeal to the older-school fans of the instrumental stuff AND the newer fans we're getting by doing the more vocal-based material.

Regardless, thanks for saying you'll be buying the album. Always appreciated! :)