---> immorak's MEGA mix 3 <---
01. 36 Crazyfists - Slit Wrist Theory
02. Disturbed - Prayer
03. The Vines - Get Free
04. Rammstein - Feuer Frei (xXx Soundtrack)
05. Kidney Thieves - Zerospace
06.Ill Nino - Fallen
07. Hoobastank - Remember Me
08. Candyfarm - StruggleFace
09. Dry Cell-Body Crumbles
10. Evergreen Terrace - burned alive by time
11. Meshuggah - Neurotica
12. Marilyn Manson - Golden Years
13. Taproot - Myself
14. Tommy Lee - Ashamed
15. Skinlab - Anthem For A Fallen Star
16. Sepultura - territory (live)
17. The Used - The Taste Of Ink
18. Drowning Pool - Bodies (vrenna XXX mix)
19. Goneblind - Reminder
20. Meshuggah - New Millenium Cyanide Christ
21. Taproot - Poem
What do you guys think?
Glassjaw Forbids - wookubus
(2:26 AM PST 08/24/2002)
According to a recent interview located here, Glassjaw frontman Daryl Palumbo will be making a guest appearance on the upcoming new album from God Forbid. At present recording sessions for the effort are expected to take place later this year with an early 2003 release through Century Media in the works.
A rock band plugging their new album "Songs For The Deaf" at a club were stunned when 37 deaf people turned up for the gig.
Posters and leaflets for the performance by loud American group Queens of the Stone Age were distributed before the show in Hull, East Yorks.
And the hard-of-hearing party arrived expecting a special event for the deaf.
They gestured in sign language to puzzled doormen at Spiders club.
And when it finally became clear that they had misunderstood the preconcert publicity, they became angry and stomped off.
A spokesman for the band said yesterday: �We can see the funny side now but it was a bit baffling at the time.
�The group never thought their album would cause such confusion.�
The rockers � fronted by singer Nick Oliveri and guitarist Josh Homme � were promoting the album prior to its release next Monday.
Their last offering, Rated R, was voted best album of 2000 by magazines Q and NME.
A manager at the club said: �Fifteen minutes after opening, I got a message from the door saying a large party had turned up.
�The doormen got a bit confused when they started using sign language. Some of their gestures were very descriptive.
�One of the crowd said they were here for the Songs For The Deaf night and that they would call the Trading Standards Commission if they didn�t get in.
�That�s when the penny dropped � there had been a huge misunderstanding. After my staff did a lot of explaining, the group also understood what had happened.
�They were angry and said they had phoned us to check we were holding a Songs For The Deaf night.
�They didn�t see the funny side at all and left straight away.�