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|Wednesday, December 29th, 2004|
Stephen Brodsky on Vol. 2
I put out these cds called "You've Got Your Orders Vol. 1 and 2" where I give musicians song titles and they write songs. The cds are limited edition and can be bought directly from Chrome Peeler Records (www.chromepeeler.com) for $10 a cd.
"You've Got Your Orders Vol. 1" features songs from Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Mark Arm (Mudhoney), Mike Watt (Minutemen, Firehose), Johnette Napolitano (Concrete Blonde), Neil Fallon (Clutch), Aaron Turner (Isis, House of Low Culture), Bluebird, Nels Cline (Wilco), Mike Gent (the Figgs, the Gentlemen), Bliss Blood (Pain Teens), Erik Larson (Alabama Thunderpussy), Beehive & the Barracudas, Twink, Weasel Walter (the Flying Luttenbachers), IDX1274, Betty's Trash, Godstomper, Hella, Jed Parish (Gravel Pit), Greg (Brainoil, Lemur Mutation), and Chris Crude (Pg.99, Mannequin). Only 997 copies made.
The participants of Vol. 2 are: Jesse Hughes (the Eagles of Death Metal), Nikki Sudden (Swell Maps/Jacobites), Silver Apples, John Easdale (Dramarama), Brant Bjork (Kyuss, Fu Manchu), Blues Goblin (Sam Coomes from Quasi), Paradise Island (Jenny from Erase Errata), Stephen Brodsky (Cave In), Steve Mackay (the Stooges), Nathan Larson (Shudder To Think), Amps For Christ (Man Is The Bastard), Black Lipstick, Eddie Angel (Los Straitjackets), R. Hoak (Brutal Truth), Phil Puleo (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans), Sonny Vincent (Testors), Immortal Lee County Killers, Brent Eyestone (Waifle, Forensics), Vaz, Elliott Sharp, Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop, Phylr), the Scheme (the Pills) and Brett Rosenberg. Limited to 998 copies. http://www.chromepeeler.com
|Thursday, November 11th, 2004|
Not Subject Related
I found a website entitled Recordnerd.com
It's a site where you post a list of all your cds that you own and ones you're looking for and such... for trade.http://www.recordnerd.com/lists/shreditagirlie
I'm posting a link to mine here... because I'm looking for people to trade cds with. If you view this... leave me a note to tell me if there is anything you want to trade and such. I appreciate it. Thanks. :)
|Monday, June 28th, 2004|
Hey. I'm new to this community... but I figured I'd post just to tell you about myself.
I've been into Cave In for awhile. My favorite album is "Until Your Heart Stops"... my favorite songs are "Termial Deity" and "Bottom Feeder"...
I'm really into "In The Stream of Commerce" though... it's just so unique and intriging.
I got to see Cave In live back in April. They were awesome. I was so glad they opened with "Stained Silver" cause it's my favorite song off of "Antenna".
I got to meet Stephen. He was a cool guy. He sold me an awesome Cave In shirt along with pins. I also bought a cool cd that Converge and Cave In did together... under the name of Kid Kilowatt. It's an awesome cd... kind of mellow. I dig it...
That's all for now... Current Mood: ecstatic
|Tuesday, May 25th, 2004|
|Sunday, April 25th, 2004|
Time Breeds Killlers...
OK...Everyone....There's a funky/jazzy/hip hop/rock band from Rhode Island called Gruvis Malt and they are awesome. I set up a new community gruvis_malt and it's open for all to join or would like to learn about this band.
I need to mess with it more as I've barely spent any time on it but in any case please join up. If anyone wants to help with the journal regarding icons and backrounds and stuff, please contact me or something. I'll be happy to check it out :)
Thanks Current Mood: accomplished
|Thursday, April 1st, 2004|
anyone have the new live bootleg?
also, any information about the incognito show April 28th at the Paradise?
|Thursday, March 18th, 2004|
|Tuesday, March 9th, 2004|
cave in dropped from rca?
that's what i hear. that is lame and not at all surprising.
this is such a boring, inactive community. why is it so small? Current Mood: lazy
|Sunday, February 8th, 2004|
hey! I'm new here and for those of you who care...I exist! uhhhh whoever is running this thing should probably change the interest section from when your heart stops to until your heart stops. It kinda made me think you guys don't really know or care about their old stuff. Anyway, looking forward to posting here more often! bye.
|Saturday, January 31st, 2004|
Cave In mixtape/first post.
I just made a Cave In mixtape, although I will most likely redo it as I left some songs off. It is also metal free.
2. Tides of Tomorrow
5. Lift Off
6. In The Stream of Commerce
9. The Calypso
10. New Moon
11. I Luv I Jah
12. Youth Overrided
15. Joy Opposites
16. Segue 1
There really should be more people in this group, and I am willing to make this layout a lot better than the generic one it has now if given the chance. Have a nice afternoon. Current Mood: Tired
|Sunday, January 18th, 2004|
oi oi oi
they played a new song last time i saw them, at one of the two christmas shows, it was rad. they also played halo of flies, moral eclipse, the standards, and some other stuff that kind of excited the andover high school make out party crowd.
Hello Everyone! I'm new here, just thought I'd say hi.
My name's Julia, I'm sixteen, and I live in Austin, Texas. Not many people know about Cave In down here... I didn't even know who they were before I picked up "Antenna" on a whim from a local used CD store... But I'm glad I bought it, because I absolutely love them. Anyroad, that's it. :D Current Mood: calm
|Monday, December 22nd, 2003|
Hi, i'm new.
Talk to me, i'm not as boring as this post makes me seem.
|Saturday, September 20th, 2003|
also...just a sidenote, something interesting.
i was walking through target a few weeks ago and all of a sudden the "anchor" video started playing on every TV in the electronics section.
it was really weird to see it there, and i freaked out haha.
edit: has anyone heard them on the radio? i definitely haven't here, but i met some kid at lollapalooza who heard about them b/c anchor was on the radio somewhere on the east coast, i want to say north carolina or something.
|Friday, September 19th, 2003|
so my friend called and woke me up today. he told me cave in was playing an acoustic set at this small record store. i had no ride. luckily it was only a ten minute walk or so away. it was pretty rad. just stephen and adam. stephen is a short man.
used to love her(gnr).
Cave In 9-18-03
Just got home from the Cave In show w/ From Autumn to Ashes, Every Time I Die, and Funeral for a Friend (who were totally awesome, as well) @ Saint Andrew's Hall in Detroit. Here's how the set list looked for the evening:
Halo of Flies
Hmm...only 2 songs from Antenna? This show was seriously amazing, the best out of any I've seen so far. Big change from Lollapalooza, where they played mostly Antenna songs. I'm a big fan of Jupiter/Tides/Antenna, but the older songs completely blew me away live. The crowd for this show was also more rowdy, and they definitely picked up on the fact that we wanted to hear some of the older stuff.
If I had to pick the best two songs out of the whole thing, I'd say Juggernaut and Big Riff were the best. They really got into those two, and we were pumped up by the end of the show.
The guys looked a little bit tired/weary, though, probably from so much touring, and didn't hang out too much afterwards like they have in the past. I talked to Stephen for a few minutes, but didn't get a chance to say hi to the rest.
Anyone else seen them on the From Autumn to Ashes tour? I'd be interested in hearing what your shows were like, too.
I'll post pics once they're developed. For now, here's one from Lollapalooza:http://www.christiancoulson.com/ashcavein.jpg
|Tuesday, August 5th, 2003|
|Monday, August 4th, 2003|
i hear things are just as bad down in lake erie...
cleveland kids? anyone?
i noticed a couple of you were bummed that you didn't get enough jupiter. that sucks. when they were in cleveland in april the set was something like this, not in any real order:
come into your own.
maybe there were more, i can't remember. they came again a few days ago to a nice little itty bitty venue called the grog shop. we got there late and missed a few songs, but from what i've heard the set was something like this:
a couple others that i don't recall.
i've got some pictures on the way. let me know if you want to see them. it was a small place, the stage was only a couple feet up, and we were right in front, so if they come out at all, they'll be good.
oh, and i guess i was wrong about dark driving. like i said, i missed half of the show. Current Mood: groggy
|Tuesday, July 29th, 2003|
Cave In/Every Time I Die/From Autumn to Ashes/Funeral for a Friend Tour
Sep. 06 Providence, RI @ Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
Sep. 07 Albany, NY @ Sartoga Winner
Sep. 09 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of the Living Arts
Sep. 10 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Sep. 12 New Haven, CT @ Toad's Place
Sep. 13 Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
Sep. 14 Baltimore, MD @ Otto Bar
Sep. 15 Buffalo, NY @ Showplace Theatre
Sep. 17 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Sep. 18 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
Sep. 19 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre
Sep. 24 Lawerance, KS @ Granada
Sep. 26 Denver, CO @ Cervantes
Sep. 29 Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theatre
Sep. 30 Seattle, WA @ Graceland
Oct. 02 Sacramento, CA @ Colonial Theatre
Oct. 03 San Francisco, CA @ The Pound
no Boston date as of yet... but this is going to be an AMAZING lineup.
|Monday, July 28th, 2003|
CAVE IN SALE
cheap. barely listening to by me SO in good shape.
Beyond Hypothermia- $4-5
Until Your Heart Stops- $4-5
email at email@example.com if interested or IM me.