Re: The new album
> It's not what I meant, Tony...It's just that when I saw that Allisonwasn't on this album and that the music was a bit different, I thought
that it was a bad sign. Maybe it was Lips with his beard...I don't
know. I like "Love me when I'm dead", "Infanticide" -(brutal but
good). The cover was darker than the other albums and so
so...Everything was small in the design and I just thought like Dan.
I was wrong, so wrong. I thought in the 80's that I was a big Anvil
fan, but I didn't know Lips and Robb had such drive. I can't tell how
I felt when I discovered in 2000 that they played in Germany, had a
"speed metal" style and that they had a family life. I noticed that
Lips changed, he's a lot more extroverted than in the 80's. Robb, I
can't tell...he's not talkative. But for sure, they remain very
persistent and audacious. In 1984, I wrote (in a real letter) to Anvil
that "the fans weren't interested about what they had in their pants,
but to what they had in their guts". Now, I know what they have in
their hearts and they have nothing to prove to anyone.
I wait for "TIT" like I waited a long time for "SOS". At SOS's release
I was stupid enough to write to Anvil that "FIF was a T-Bone and SOS a
Hot-Dog". Now, I respect the fact that Anvil doesn't like to do the
same kind of material ALL THE TIME. I grew up, I think.
--- In email@example.com, tgalloca <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Do you not like WTW? I love that album!!! At the time it was the best
> thing they had put out since FIF.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tange" <zazzoo@v...> wrote:
> > It's exactly what I told myself in 1991 after "Worth the
> > Weight"...and I was wrong.