Thursday, February 28, 2008

Against Me unreleased song recorded

Against Me is sending an unreleased song recorded the last time it went into the studio to the download companies.

You know what's a good way to make a little extra money between albums? First, you record an album and only slap 10 tracks on it; Against Me called it New Wave (review) (Sire). Make sure not to work too hard to round out the record to a respectable 12 or 13 songs, whatever you do. Then, a little down the line, plop one of the songs that wasn't good enough to make the final cut onto your anemic record onto iTunes and Amazon.com; Against Me is calling it "Gypsy Panther." It arrives on download sites' servers Tuesday if you don't feel too jilted to boycott that cash cow.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

As the Eternal Cowboy only had 11 tracks, the last one was recorded after the initial sessions, that's probably their greatest CD, Searching For A Former Clarity had 14, but only 11 of those songs were great, and Reinventing Axl Rose had about 12, only two or three of them were new at the time, I think you're being too hard on them, they got a history of short records, but they've all been great. I think it's great they're releasing songs that didnt make it on to their CD

10:29 AM  
Blogger acca said...

Yeah, maybe I was too hard. I was in some moode.

1:09 AM  

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