Simon Melroy[email@example.com] St. Paul, MN USA posted the following to the Submission Board:- Tuesday, August 5, 2003 at 07:01:42
"Soviet Dissonance was Simon Melroy as the Darby Crash-ish Vocalist (thanx for that ref. I'm honored!); David Murray on Guitar and sometimes Drums; Dave's brother (or was it the other way around?) John Murray playing a solid Bass; and Paul McCue whith the Drum action (Dave and Paul switched it up for a few songs, but since that was the arrangement in Stiff Legged Sheep, we wanted to keep things as diverse as pos.) --Simon Melroy"
Posted on Monday, July 11, 2005 - 04:32 pm:
My favorite Soviet Dissonance song was a cover they did by Madness. "Bed And Breakfast Man" has an awesome bass hook in it and they would sometimes play it more than once at a gig. Also, one time at the Murray's basemant, I remember they did this Crucifucks song *several* times. "Democracy Spawns Bad Taste" I think it was.
John Benedict [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Posted on Thursday, July 21, 2005 - 01:23 am:
Yeah, that was one of my favorite covers that they did also. My very fave cover they did was "Breaking Point" by the Subhumans.
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