You're in luck!!! My girlfriend and I just found a copy of the 3 song demo that pre-dates the EP. Brian gave it to her years ago (around 2005?) in Jersey at a mall, he was working at a Journey's shoe store. It is a hand-written CDR with his name and (at the time) phone number. It's also numbered 087, but I'm not sure out of how many. All the songs are untitled as far as I know. I listened to the CDR and it was still 100% playable, but I didn't give the mp3's I ripped a test run, so message me if they happen to be fucked up at all: we.tl/SkxaROi8mU
But be sure that there's an answer coming one of these nights/Just take a deep breath and close your eyes for a while/Let the strong spring breeze take your temperature down/While you stretch your broken body out
If you like This Charming Man then you will most definitely like Gaslight Anthem! The punk rock band will be performing tonight on a live webcast at the Ed Sullivan Theater in NYC at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Tune in on #liveonletterman! http://www.cbs.com/late_night/liveonletterman/the_gaslight_anthem/video/
There's an exclusive Gaslight Anthem demo track on the ENGINEER RECORDS benefit album "Unity", which you can hear right here: http://www.facebook.com/Lukinzine/posts/154775447937253 To support the cause please download the album.
@caPnGeez, I'd pefer it not too be re-recorded. At least for the time being anyway. The Gaslight Antehm are doing great right now and if they were to put this out again it defenantly get popular and it might bring orgcore even more it to the eye of the media. And I know I don't want that.
wish they would re-record this. I read in an official interview that this isn't "a different band"... its just gaslight before they changed their name. They were signed and in label lingo and got dropped.
I found their EP here, if anyone is interested:
Just click on "cada secretín acá," and it will take you to a media file sharing site that hosts the .zip file. =]
Great band, I love them!
She Coulda Raised the Titanic is on there. For some reason it is listed as The '59 Sound live. But it's totally the original song now known as 1930.