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Sbilts-Keyboards, Rob Wild- vocals,Simon White-Guitar, Mass-Drums,Vic Brown-Bass...We had started to sound like the Stranglers by now (it was the plectrum played "Barracuda" bass sound that did it..We had recognisable song structures also. Darren Poyser who booked the bands said we were one of his favourite bands at the time...We were supporting the was 22/11/1990. In those days the Witchwood still looked like a pub...
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by sbilts
Vic Says –
I think it was mainly the overdriven bass sound I used on "I'm Falling Apart" that sounded a bit Stranleresque. My amp was an H&H bass combo and the bass guitar was a Westone Thunder 1-A, which I've still got and, apart from having to replace a machine head last year, it's pretty much still in mint condition.
COMMENT ADDED 20th July 2014
sbilts Says –
and your use of a plectrum and a general punk background.......
COMMENT ADDED 20th July 2014
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