as it turns out, steve is not dead. he’s just badly injured, and apparently horribly disfigured. frankly, he is not wanted around these parts anymore if he’s any uglier. i am sure i would lose my lunch if that were the case.
one thing we love doing here at hq is going through old cd boxes that we haven’t looked at in years. since we are almost completely digital now, we really dont have any need to look through these boxes that often. every once in awhile though, we get bored and need something to do.
a record that i used to love that was pulled out of the wreckage is tempe’s dead hot workshop’s 1001. i am not ashamed to say that i loved the gin blossom’s new miserable experience, and dead hot workshop is in the same vein. while new miserable experience was pure pop bliss, 1001 is a wee bit dirtier and not as poppy, but just as good in it’s own right. after that record though, they seemed to have fallen off the map. as it turns out they have put out two more records, that i cannot vouch for, but the mp3′s on their site sound pretty all right.