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Actually just thinking about this.... I always had Debbie down as a thrashy bass player (unless anyone can inform me otherwise) so I wonder if she could pull off some of the more groovy Scream numbers, of which there are many! Apart from an MBV tracks such as Soon or Soft As Snow (which has that twiddly bass bit) I haven't really heard her play many groove based songs. Kind of weird imagining her playing Rocks too, which inevitably we'll see. Still hyped to see this lineuo and how she affects the chemistry live though
Not a bad move if it's true.he's a shit hot bass player and if you squint your eyes a little bit,he looks a bit like me as well !!!.
I could really do with a reminder of this period - as far as I can remember the only time I saw 'em in 97 was at the Glasgow Green carry-on. I was in a right old nick as well - remember the 2x Burning Wheel and then the tabloid syringe debacle and that's about it...
Now, as for the main question.
Last year, I dwnldd the Beautiful Future album, and all the tracks only contained their signature riffs and repetitions of first verses. I did love that, anyway, it seemed cool, let alone I loved the music myself. When I later heard Can't Go Back in a live performance and in a music video, both on YouTube, and they were different, with more riffs and lyrics, I thought they just did a different version for the single release, and thought that was cool.
But now I've heard some more songs, and they all were different as well. So I dwnldd the album again, and found out that all the songs are different from what I had originally heard.
So I wonder, what was that material I had heard first? Rough mixes?