[Grief] The free downloads
tripreset at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 18 16:00:21 PST 2010
I wholeheartedly agree about making the whole gig available as a download for sale. They should...They are already set up, as they did it with 32AR! And better yet, as you pointed out, a lavish live box, down the road (like they did with TG24 & TG+) would be sweet! They could do a "TG24 - Part 2" or something like that, with all the gigs since 2004 to present. I would definitely buy it, as I am sure most of the TG fans would, and it would sell out just as quick as TG24 did, I bet! As for the full X-TG bootleg, I havent heard it yet, as I am waiting for a good friend to send me a copy... But I am looking forward to it! : )
> From: swindonbakery at gmail.com
> Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 14:42:28 -0800
> To: grief at hollyfeld.org
> Subject: [Grief] The free downloads
> What does anyone think of the two free downloads?
> Whilst I'm grateful that X-TG made them available, having heard the full bootleg, the free tracks are actually my least favorite from the show. They're not that typical of the show. There's some really great loud grinding stuff in the concert. Proper noisy. And I love Sleazy's words to the crowd too!
> Not to beat a dead horse on this issue, it would be really nice if they made the whole show available, for free or otherwise. The bootleg sound is pretty good after consideration, but to have a perfect sound version would be great. I'd pay $15 or whatever for it. I can't imagine it would cost them that much tech to set up paid downloads of the show? Isn't that already set-up via Greedbag from the 32AR downloads?
> My theory is that they will save all these shows for some kind of lavish box-set down the way. Which would be great. And which I will buy. But still...
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