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Paranoid Visions new EP and video

Posted on February 10, 2011
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Taken from the Der-Election e.p (3 track ep with 6 bonus live tracks) released on iTunes and on cd on feb 18th, launch party in gypsy rose feb 25th (with special guests the Crackpack and the dirge).

Based on advance sales and feedback it's looking increasingly likely that paranoid visions may be the first irish punk rock band to crack the Irish charts in almost 30 years. Your assistance in circulating this video and mail will be a huge help.

As would the hope you will either purchase the track attached on iTunes or the ep via www.paranoidvisions.com or any decent record shop from feb 18th. The ep can be bought on pre- order from www.paranoidvisions.com too

Huge thanks to everyone who has taken part in this viral marketing subversion already!

Peter Jones

New Devilish Presley video

Posted on February 7, 2011
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I've just been sent a link to the new Devilish Presley video The Beast Must Die which is a track from their forthcoming album.

I've always been a fan, but this track and the Big Cheese freebie CD I Created A Monster are light years better than what they've done before. The video is the dog's bollocks as well.

Can't wait for the album!

Vic Godard & Subway Sect Tour Updates

Posted on February 5, 2011
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12              Brighton Spinning Chilli@The Hydrant
23              Chelmsford Bitterscene

3                Brixton Jamm RMT Benefit
10              Newcastle Star & Shadow
11              Glasgow Sounds in the Suburbs@Glasgow Accies
12              Edinburgh Sounds in the Suburbs@Citrus Club  (after party at Henry's Cellar Bar)
13              Dundee Dexters
25              London St Aloysius
26              Stockton on Tees The Georgian Theatre

29              F**k the royal wedding gig London

19              Camden, The Lock tavern
30              South Bank

4 Sheffield  (the Greystone)

Very pleased The Sexual Objects are playing with us in Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh and the Spectorbullets in Newcastle and Glasgow. Newcastle is going to be one of our more unusual and hopefully memorable gigs, the night starts with a showing of Truffaut's Les Quatre Cents Coups, then Spectorbullets,Sexual objects, Carl on the organ playing Blackpool and then us.

We are re-arranging the Cannock date, the venue doen't do gigs on saturdays any more so going for a friday. We are still hoping to reschedule Southend, and trying to sort  gigs in Winchester and Vienna amongst others.

We're doing our bit for workers' rights with an RMT benefit on march 3 at Brixton Jamm. Go Crow!

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