Spock's Beard has released an mp3 sampler of their new album. The song excerpts are from "Feel Euphoria", "East Of Eden, West Of Memphis", "A Guy Named Sid", "The Bottom Line" and "Ghosts Of Autumn". They're only going to live the sample online for a bried period of time due to the bandwidth issues it's caused. I download the sample and listened to it for a bit last night. The music sounds great, but I think I'm really going to miss Neil Morse's voice. I'm not saying Neil had the greatest voice in rock or anything, but it's definitely become a big part of Spock's Beard for me. Also, I bought Nick D'Virgilio solo album—because I think he's a fantastic drummer and musician. I was pretty dissapointed in the album overall, it just didn't have the same kind of creativity as SB does. Well I think Nick's voice is good—and fits in great as background vocals, I thought the vocals on his solo album were a little bland. I'm hoping he's mixed things up a bit more for Feel Euphoria. Anyway, go to Spock's Beard's website for more information.
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