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I have recently bought Switchblade Symphony's re-release of "Serpentine Gallery" which contained a few remixes and previous unreleased songs. I love the urban feel of these old tracks. One of my favorites was "Waiting Room" which spat out tremendous dark imagery.
As for the remixes, there are a few good ones, but not too impressive. Sort of redundant adding the same tracks from their live album and remix album. But the previously unreleased titles are sinister, erotic, and sexual. I love them.

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  • Interests:I love poetry, long walks on the beach, and poking dead things with a stick.<br><br>And Switchblade Symphony. I totally love Switchblade Symphony. Tina Root is a delight. And Susan Wallace. Hmmmm... Susan. I'd sell my soul just to try and hump her leg. And if all I got from the effort was a swift kick, I'd die happy.
Actually, most everything on the re-release is from previous releases. For instance, the live tracks, while appearing on Sweet Little Witches, were previously released as a single, and thus their inclusion (Though I agree... That was redundant as hell). I think the only new songs were the two indicated as being from the recording sessions for their later albums (possibly three, I'm not sure if the [not-so-good] KH remix was released on a single or was a hold-over from Sinister Nostalgia). Everything else either pre-dates the original release of SG or was released in limited distribution.

Speaking of SS, btw... I know Tina's got another gig going (Tre'Lux), but I haven't heard much about Susanne since the break-up. Anyone got a clue what she's up to nowadays?

Edited by Ruined_Saint, 12 May 2006 - 06:25 PM.

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Shes married and lives in NY, according to Tina, who is now married also. I have checked out Tre Lux, I am anticipating a release of some kind. As for George, I think he is working in a band of his own also, delivering his mastery of innovative guitar.

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Shes married and lives in NY, according to Tina, who is now married also. I have checked out Tre Lux, I am anticipating a release of some kind. As for George, I think he is working in a band of his own also, delivering his mastery of innovative guitar.



Just picked up the release a while ago. Top notch stuff.
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