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Me and Indieground (Bazarboy) have been working on a little project while we're on lockdown, our aim is to cover a song from each of the first four BAD albums. First up is Sudden Impact from the debut, check it out...

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Love it. Amazing. Prefer it to Bads version, honestly
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Nice... enjoyed that
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Great stuff, man! Groovy smooth as opposed to the original's more twitchy pace.
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Sounds great guys!! Really like the video made for it as well. Quick question though, where'd that live footage come from? Think I saw that once on Youtube years back, but it's since long gone.

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River wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 9:47am
Sounds great guys!! Really like the video made for it as well. Quick question though, where'd that live footage come from? Think I saw that once on Youtube years back, but it's since long gone.
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Heston wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 6:38am
Me and Indieground (Bazarboy) have been working on a little project while we're on lockdown, our aim is to cover a song from each of the first four BAD albums. First up is Sudden Impact from the debut, check it out...

Fantastic guys well done. Look forward to hearing more.
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Very nice, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to 6 disc Marky Dread remaster ;)

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Thanks for the kind words, gents.
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Very very welcome stuff is this. Probably my weakest track on the album. Would gladly replace it with this version.
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Pretty good effort.

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white man wrote:
02 Apr 2020, 3:45am
Very very welcome stuff is this. Probably my weakest track on the album. Would gladly replace it with this version.
Keep em coming. The devil finds work for idle hands :mrgreen:
Funny, it's right near the top for me. I'd rather ditch BAD or Stone Thames.
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Heston wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 5:24pm
Thanks for the kind words, gents.
Heston, what do you use for recording? I assume it's some sort of DAW and not a Tascam or something. I'm in the market to upgrade and I have been out of the loop on software and I/O devices over the past few years.
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Kory wrote:
02 Apr 2020, 3:34pm
white man wrote:
02 Apr 2020, 3:45am
Very very welcome stuff is this. Probably my weakest track on the album. Would gladly replace it with this version.
Keep em coming. The devil finds work for idle hands :mrgreen:
Funny, it's right near the top for me. I'd rather ditch BAD or Stone Thames.
One of my faves also. Though I think the Dust Head version is ace. I also really like the demo.
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Kory wrote:
02 Apr 2020, 3:35pm
Heston wrote:
01 Apr 2020, 5:24pm
Thanks for the kind words, gents.
Heston, what do you use for recording? I assume it's some sort of DAW and not a Tascam or something. I'm in the market to upgrade and I have been out of the loop on software and I/O devices over the past few years.
Well Seb did most of the recording on this one mate, I was the vocals and samples guy. He will fill you in better on what he used.

For my own recordings I use Zoom MRS-1608. I'm strictly a hardware man, Seb was just laughing at my traditional ways when we were putting this together. I told him I was a Luddite, which took a bit of explaining. :mrgreen:
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