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Old 02.26.2007, 05:12 PM   #17
tesla69
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None of Whiet Zombie has really held up for me. I used to have their early singles and 12", sold'em for rent livingi n Vermont in the 90's for $100 (I see one single on ebay now goign for $100+). They used to play quite a bit circa 87-88 in NYC, one show I often talk about, I think it was the Lismar Lounge which was this thin old school bar on 1st and 1st and you'd go down into the cellar to see bands (sorta like Lit is now, but tighter and gloomier and no fucking celebs). Standing there I realize there is liquid dripping from above and its really dark and moldy. Great set though. FF to 1992, living in San Francisco and Sexorcisto is released, my buddy got us comped to see them play and there was like 20 people in the audience. I REALLY liked that album when it came out but shortly thereafter I got into the Melvins and Sleep and I kind of lost interest. It was weird when they became so huge a year or so later.

After the set we went backstage and I was talking to Sean and Rob very gruffly ordered Sean to come help with gear but I thought at the time (and my friend agreed) he didn't like me talking to her-we were getting along very well!
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