Alternative Brand New Bass Guitar opening

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Alternative Brand New Bass Guitar opening

Postby Gusbus » Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:37 pm

I've got an alternative live version of Brand New Bass Guitar which opens with this:

i grew up in the days of the 1990s people drank cans and fought for tony what would you what would you what you coming from? walk in the shoes to wear them out. breaking down is what your feeling, and tha'ts like livng, giving way. and no one really understands their freedom and no one understand society.

i did guess the lyrics straight from the track so some might me wrong.

I'm guessing this intro was used in the demo version? anyone know?
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Postby Marshall » Sun Nov 15, 2009 7:14 pm

i think he only done that on way out west before he ever started recording tracks for pp. there was no demo of brand new bass. first hearing of this track apart from live was pp.
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Postby Gusbus » Sun Nov 15, 2009 8:12 pm

yeah, way out west is the version i'm talking about. and yeah, i can't find brand new bass guitar in any of the reckless demos, i really like it though.
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Postby AlienBiohazard » Sun Nov 15, 2009 8:53 pm

This Way Out West version isn't in the MP3 list on here is it?
Cause this version sounds quite interesting :shock:
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Postby Gusbus » Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:48 pm

AlienBiohazard wrote:This Way Out West version isn't in the MP3 list on here is it?
Cause this version sounds quite interesting :shock:


Marshall sent me a bootleg recording of the whole gig, ask him about it
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Postby AlienBiohazard » Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:53 pm

Gusbus wrote:
AlienBiohazard wrote:This Way Out West version isn't in the MP3 list on here is it?
Cause this version sounds quite interesting :shock:


Marshall sent me a bootleg recording of the whole gig, ask him about it


Ok! :)



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"Ask"? :D :wink:
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Postby Marshall » Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:18 pm

i sent you it already. i sent it to most people on here. you was one of them
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Postby AlienBiohazard » Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:27 pm

Marshall wrote:i sent you it already. i sent it to most people on here. you was one of them


Oh it was part of those! Awesome!
I haven't heard it that much yet since I was waiting for my new phone to arrive (wich arrived last week) and I decided it was useless to put any new music on my old phone because it's going back to nokia due to scratches on the screen and it will come back completely empty.
Also I have a lot of music on my laptop so I'm still busy putting all my music on my iPhone.

This whole "useless" explanation is to make clear I do listen to the stuff people send me. :)
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Postby AlienBiohazard » Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:39 pm

They're now officially on my iPhone :D
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