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Terrorvision @ The Garage, Glasgow, 06/03/11

This is a difficult review to write. How can a band sound so downright awful on stage, yet leave me giddy as a child due to sheer entertainment value?

I normally like The Garage as a venue and not sure if it was the venue, but the sound tonight was dreadful. Overly loud drums meant I couldn’t hear Mark Yates guitar properly and all backing drowned out Tony Wright’s vocals. Poor Tony himself looked like he was getting a little tired too as his word delivery was sporadic at best. And yet, I had a superb time. How does that work? Continue reading

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Box Set: Terrorvision

Terrorvision are best described as fun. No technical geniuses in their line up, but their infectious pop tinged brand of rock music has kept me entertained for the last 18 years amazingly without sounding old or tired, especially where the earlier material is concerned.

Formed in 1993 the band released 5 albums before splitting amicably in 2001. 10 years later they’re back with new album Super Delux and a tour to accompany it. It seems logical then that they should be the first subject of a new feature we’re calling Box Set – a look at an artist’s discography with thoughts on each album and highlighting a few stand out tracks you should hear. Continue reading

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