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Postby bucks » 11th Jan 11, 19:42

anybody going to see them on there uk tour
could be an interesting set list as they are playing lots of rare stuff apparently,also masters of reality are supporting who i fucking love.
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Re: the cult

Postby macc lad » 12th Jan 11, 00:33

Yeah I'm going like both bands so should be good
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Re: the cult

Postby Stuart Brackpool » 12th Jan 11, 11:15

Is there any chance this means Masters Of Reality's back catalogue is being rereleased? Their earlier albums are quite pricey! When they can be found, that is.
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Re: the cult

Postby bucks » 12th Jan 11, 16:04

would be good if they rereleased the masters of reality albums
i usually just grab a cheapy 2nd hand one if i want one.
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Re: the cult

Postby Stuart Brackpool » 13th Jan 11, 18:24

bucks wrote:would be good if they rereleased the masters of reality albums
i usually just grab a cheapy 2nd hand one if i want one.


Where are they cheap? Specifically, it's Master Of Reality (the debut) and Sunrise on The Sufferbus I wouldn't mind getting my hands on.
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Postby bucks » 13th Jan 11, 23:06

think i got mine of ebay just had a look around and they are going for crazy money
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Re: the cult

Postby Radish » 14th Jan 11, 10:26

bucks wrote:think i got mine of ebay just had a look around and they are going for crazy money

Bloody hell! £60+ for one Sufferbus! But this one - http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Masters-Reality-S ... 1e60ed456d - from Canada is only about £10.
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Re: the cult

Postby bucks » 14th Jan 11, 19:17

tenner thats more like it
60 quid that is simply insane
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Re: the cult

Postby Jason S » 16th Jan 11, 17:34

A lot of those fantastic early 90s Def American releases like Trouble and The Four Horsemen have never really been re-released and seem to cost an absolute fortune now.
I read somewhere that the ownership of them is a bit vague.
'Sunrise On The Sufferbus' is an absolute corker!
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Re: the cult

Postby bucks » 17th Jan 11, 00:33

the four horsemen did re release their debut and their ep with extra tracks
a right bugger to get hold of though.

agreed sunrise.... is a belting album
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Re: the cult

Postby Ross » 17th Jan 11, 10:58

Sunrise on the Sufferbus is superb, and Deep in the Hole is pretty damn great too. I just listen to them on Spotify or Grooveshark, as I had them minidisced off a friend, but now have nothing to play them with.
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Re: the cult

Postby fiffiff » 17th Jan 11, 15:46

Stuart Brackpool wrote:Where are they cheap? Specifically, it's Master Of Reality (the debut) and Sunrise on The Sufferbus I wouldn't mind getting my hands on.


Try their homepage, they have all the cds (12$ each):
http://www.treasurecraftrecords.com/mastersofreality

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DokeVs2Cip8
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Re: the cult

Postby bucks » 17th Jan 11, 16:18

great vid mate


one of my faves

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vWfxnjLXvc&feature=fvst

love the intro!
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Re: the cult

Postby bucks » 25th Jan 11, 14:19

just too add what a great night that was.

romance who i thoughted i would hate were excellent ,great energy.

masters of reality-just over the moon too see them really ,didnt play many of my faves but a fun performance.

the cult-as stated before a odds and sods setlist,some rarely heard live tracks and ian astbury in a bit of a mood (whats new)
thought they were ok until the last half hour and then they really kicked in and left me a tad sweaty.also chuffed that a woman pointed out my wildhearts hat :lol:
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Re: the cult

Postby Spiritwalker » 26th Jan 11, 01:21

Going to the Glasgow show on Saturday. From what I've seen so far the set looks fantastic. They're mixing it up from show to show and doing a lot of rare and old (even Death Cult era) material aswell as brand new stuff from the recent capsule releases. This tour seems to be more about the long time & hardcore fans what with less focus on the "hits". Cannae wait.

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