[Powderworks] No Mans Land / FTP
Wed, 27 Aug 2003 07:44:59 -0700 (PDT)
I agree. No Man's Land sounds much better to me than
Kiss That Girl. I like them both but NML gets a lot
more spins in my player.
I am sure the band had no control over the marketing
or the timing of the release. Heck, they didn't even
know that Pete was leaving the band.
--- Mike Blackwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 27 Aug 2003, Jeff and Jane Scott wrote:
> > The details, for those who've forgotten, are as
> > scmods.serveftp.net
> > Username: powderworks
> > Password: truganini
> could you post that as a link for us FTP-illiterates
> to click on? 8-)
> > And as for No Man's Land, I still think it's a
> great song!
> It is... and though it is not the "last Oils song"
> per se, it is
> certainly better than the ACTUAL "last Oils song",
> Kiss That Girl!
> Not that KTG is bad, but NML is actually much more
> "oily" to my ears!
> I can see the Oils not wanting it to be marketed as
> a "final Oils single",
> but they must certainly support the Gaia project and
> wish it well, or they
> would never have recorded the blokes song for his
> compilation in the first
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