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    Posted: June 18 2006 at 11:24
7/18:  Santa Barbara, CA
7/19:  Hollywood, CA
7/19:  Solana Beach, CA
7/21:  Anaheim, CA
7/22:  Tempe, AZ
7/23:  Tuscon, AZ
7/26:  Houston, RX
7/27:  Austin, TX
7/28:  Dallas, TX
7/29:  New Orleans, LA
 
8/1:  Ft. Lauderdale, FL
8/2:  Lake Buena Vista, FL
8/3:  St. Petersburg, FL
8/4:  Jacksonville, FL
8/5:  North Myrtle Beach, SC
8/6:  Atlanta, GA
8/9:  Falls Church, VA
8/10:  New York City!! (Irving Plaza)
8/13:  Ferndale, MI
8/17:  Cleveland, OH
8/18:  Lincoln Park (Chicago), IL
8/20:  San Francisco, CA
 
 


Edited by maani - June 20 2006 at 17:47
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 18 2006 at 13:56
It this your evangelist prog band, maani? Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 18 2006 at 14:04
Nah.  Actually, they have a quasi-spiritual aspect to them, but beyond that...
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 18 2006 at 14:06
Originally posted by maani maani wrote:

Nah.  Actually, they have a quasi-spiritual aspect to them, but beyond that...
 
LOL.
 
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I cant find any music by them anywhere....Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 18 2006 at 14:13
Originally posted by Tony R Tony R wrote:

Originally posted by maani maani wrote:

Nah.  Actually, they have a quasi-spiritual aspect to them, but beyond that...
 
LOL.
 
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I cant find any music by them anywhere....Confused


I have been a fan of The Church over the past 20 years and have many of their CD's.  Now though, you'll have to probably get most of their stuff from CD Universe or the like.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 18 2006 at 14:42
Tony:
 
Where do you live, Botswana?
 
The later part of their oeuvre (from about Priest=Aura forward) should be available in most large record chains (Virgin, Tower et al), if not in "rock" then in "imports."  I was just in Virgin NY and they have four of the last six albums available.  Earlier stuff may be harder to acquire, though all of their albums are still in print.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2006 at 16:54
Bah.

You wanna talk about it being hard to find Church albums?

Cut to 1988, when I must have looked for an import copy of The Blurred Crusade for nearly 5 months before I finally found a cutout cassette of it for 2 bucks. Even tried to special order it from the Tower records in downtown DC. Several months later, after the success of "Under the Milky Way", Arista rereleased the entire catalog on CD. All of that searching ended up being moot...

Almost as annoying as spending 35 bucks each for EG releases of Larks Tongues, Lizard and Starless and BB, only to have them remastered and rereleased for 15$ several months later.

P.S. I'll be at the show in Falls Church (grin), which is actually in VA and not NC.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 20 2006 at 17:47
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Correction noted and made.  Sorry.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 20 2006 at 18:00
Originally posted by maani maani wrote:

Tony:
 
Where do you live, Botswana?
 
The later part of their oeuvre (from about Priest=Aura forward) should be available in most large record chains (Virgin, Tower et al), if not in "rock" then in "imports."  I was just in Virgin NY and they have four of the last six albums available.  Earlier stuff may be harder to acquire, though all of their albums are still in print.
 
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I live in the North of England near Manchester.
Neither HMV,Virgin nor Piccadilly Records (prog importers) have their albums.
The independant store in my hometown which is usually quite good,does not have them either nor does our own HMV.
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