WTF009 - Eye Bits.
01 - History is wrong.
After a hell of a lot of noodling something finally really clicked.
02 - Samal, vocal demo.
That's the actual keyboard pattern we used when we played this live.
03 - Every success.
It's a long way from hell to the cramp-inducing side of the autograph table.
04 - Sosa, demo.
Not originally about what it was later about and seeing as the song's lyrics are comprised of no more than seven individual words, that's almost an achievement.
05 - Serotonin.
The Reverend made this one work. It's still pretty accurate.
06 - History Today, demo.
I started with the remix and worked backwards until I found the song. Turned out there were two in there after all. Hard to tell with all the mess.
07 - Keeping you, Hand of Glory mixdown.
More remixes should end like this.
08 - (Hellhound on my trail)
Originally by famous goth Robert Johnson .
09 - (Overload).
Originally by famous goths Sugababes .
At least a month before it was released, this was getting a serious rotation on MTV – to the point where it seemed to be on more than the adverts. I accepted the challenge and had the Nameless version on (someone else's) compilation before the original was released.
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11 – Joy, Nameless remix.
I didn't care if Mclusky wanted a remix or not, they were getting one. Turned out they didn't.
12 – Samal, live demo.
Yes, it is.
13 – RAM, live demo.
Yes, this too.
14 – Chris, Chris of the Seventies, live demo.
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