Author Topic: What would The Adverts' Third Album have been like?  (Read 13030 times)

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Re: The Adverts' Third Album
« Reply #15 on: November 10, 2009, 02:45:20 AM »
Now you are getting into my favourite TV territory. :D :D ;D

Let's see if I can find my old post about this wonderful era in TV World. :D

Looking Down On London was knocking around at the end of the Adverts, written after an RCA record label bash on the top floor of a hotel if I remember correctly.  Tomahawk Cruise, Break Up The Party, See Europe, Parade, Be Brave, Wake Up, Last Words... and the Martinez-line-up of the band was certainly sounding good at that last Peel session. Maybe if they'd hung around, a new deal had been forthcoming, and those damned flying pigs had caused hell to freeze over....
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Re: What would The Adverts' Third Album have been like?
« Reply #16 on: November 10, 2009, 01:17:55 PM »
I suppose the question is is would The Adverts with the Martinez line up have sounded as good as the Stoner, Russell, Wesson and Sinclair line up playing Tomahawk Cruise? ;)
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