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As a taster to our forthcoming LP "SnakeOil For Snakes" let me present to you the brand new video from Dick Venom & The Terrortones - "I Can't Find My BrainCell"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd3DHTwbkJA

So long as you don't have a problem with men cavorting about in skin-tight latex this one should be OK to play at work...

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was it recorded at JT soar? I heard another album that had been recorded there and it wasn't nearly as polished as this, did they do the mastering as well?

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[quote name='PaulWarning' timestamp='1443639606' post='2876561']
was it recorded at JT soar? I heard another album that had been recorded there and it wasn't nearly as polished as this, did they do the mastering as well?
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Yes, it was recorded and mixed at JT Soar. There's a whole thread about the recording [url= http://basschat.co.uk/topic/261888-the-terrortones-are-making-an-album/]here[/url]. I suppose polish (or lack of it) is down to the band's choice - mostly it's down to production. We spent 3 days doing the basic recording and another 3 days doing production and mixing. A lot of what is recorded at JT Soar is done a lot more quickly than that. The majority of the album was recorded live with just vocals and few guitars and other instruments overdubbed.

Mastering was done by [url=http://mastering.ninja]Formation Audio[/url] who have mastered our last 3 releases and done an excellent job each time.

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[quote name='BigRedX' timestamp='1443641225' post='2876573']
Yes, it was recorded and mixed at JT Soar. There's a whole thread about the recording [url="http://basschat.co.uk/topic/261888-the-terrortones-are-making-an-album/"]here[/url]. I suppose polish (or lack of it) is down to the band's choice - mostly it's down to production. We spent 3 days doing the basic recording and another 3 days doing production and mixing. A lot of what is recorded at JT Soar is done a lot more quickly than that. The majority of the album was recorded live with just vocals and few guitars and other instruments overdubbed.

Mastering was done by [url="http://mastering.ninja"]Formation Audio[/url] who have mastered our last 3 releases and done an excellent job each time.
[/quote]thanks, asked about the mastering because the album I heard seemed to lack the final polish that good mastering gives the final mix

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[quote name='KevB' timestamp='1443696388' post='2876914']
Did you film the video at the Savoy on Derby Road by any chance?
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Yes we did!

All done in 4 hours on a Saturday morning, before they opened to the public.

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Thought it looked familiar, only proper old type of cinema left locally with that much space to perform in front of the screen. Of course cinemas were fairly common liv music venues in the 60's, not sure if the Savoy was ever used for it seriously though, there would have been others in City centre more suitable I guess.

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[quote name='KevB' timestamp='1443696811' post='2876926']
Thought it looked familiar, only proper old type of cinema left locally with that much space to perform in front of the screen. Of course cinemas were fairly common liv music venues in the 60's, not sure if the Savoy was ever used for it seriously though, there would have been others in City centre more suitable I guess.
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AFAIK the Odeon that used to be next to the library in town was used for concerts including one by The Beatles (before it was converted to 2 screens in the mid 60s).

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Fond memories of the Odeon, it was a chronic waste of a building letting it go idle after it closed as a cinema in 2001. I heard at one point it was being touted as being converted to a club/live music venue to rival Rock City which would have been great as long as access for gear load-ins an outs was organized properly.The location as far as public access is concerned couldn't have been better. Then again when you look at how the concert hall has struggled over the last 15 years to get bigger acts in you wonder how successful it would have been.

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