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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Now We're Dancing In The Ahes... 25 May 2003
By eye - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
what can i say?...i'm a big fan of this band and this DCD is quite a treat for me, as well as for the others who (still) listen to Psychotic Waltz.
first, let me introduce you to their music in a few words: there's nothing i could compare this band with!!! i think i've said enough
this double cd came in 1998, one year after the band split; PW released 4 albums up to then and starting with their 3rd ("Mosquito"/94) they began exploring a different area in music, somehow lighter in sound, but, nevertheless, still hard to perceive in all its splendour...
this was to be a gift fot the true fans, because not many would dig the rough sound on both cds; here's how it is:
cd 1: a bootleg recording from Hamburg (Germany), on 1st July 1990, on the "A Social Grace" Tour; it's quite an interesting 'coincidence' that this happens to be Buddy Lackey's (the vocal singer) birthday and, also, the anniversary of the band (they formed on 1.07.1986)...; the sound is not very good, but, hey, it's just a bootleg (about the only PW taped show there is out there...); the track list includes all tracks on their debut LP (except "Another Prophet Song"), 2 new tracks(featured on the 2nd) + a rather unexpected Beatles cover
("I Am The Walrus");
cd 2-contains various and VERY RARE tracks; Dan Rock (quitars) managed to remaster the best way he could the first two demos of the band (from the the days when they went by the name of Aslan), and included some other features like their first track ever (the incredible "Burn The Night"), a live Ozzy cover, some unfinished tracks, little band 'gadgets' some instrumental solos...basically all the PW-related material he could find at that time...the sound is still pretty rough (as some of the recordings were made on 4/8 tracks) but if you like the music herein, it won't bother you that much
i must add the superb artwork of Mike Clift, who created a masterpiece cover for the album
4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I know these guys 16 Dec 2003
By David Vitala - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I grew up in high school with guys and they are all unique especially Brian because me and my friends knew him before the accident that took his legs. I use to sing in Buddy Lackey's band back in the mid 80's but I sucked so they moved on. These guys come from a unique background and we use to all party together. It is finally nice to see them getting some due credit for their endevours. Hats off to you guys and the people who listen too you!!!
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