Friday, November 12, 2004


It took less time to build the one in Berlin...

Wednesday night we had a visit from Dave Cavalier, guitarist, who was kind enough to supply a guitar solo for "Young Lust," one of the last bricks. I think we've finally got all of the pieces. Now for some mortar.

I've learned so much about recording in the last year that I question many of the sounds that are now on the record. That's ok, though, since this was supposed to be a learning experience. Not all of the mixes are going to be perfect, but that's not a disclaimer, just a reality. Overall we're just proud to have done it. The best part is that it's been a communal effort; lots of people have helped out. (You'll all get a briefcase of cash when it starts selling.) The record definitely resonates with our generation. Everyone (especially us) has had a chance to live out a little bit of the fantasy, but now it's time to get back to reality and make our own records.

Just over two weeks left. Let's stick a fork in it.


At 1:56 PM, Blogger Tony Alva said...

Go man, go... Is the release party going to be at Tavern on the Green?

BTW... I sent a package to you via Theo. Did you get it?


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