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Registered: 09-2003
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Re: Quatermass... Who they?!


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purpletemple wrote:

I've got an album of Hard Stuff called Bolex Dementia.Cool stuff.




I've got their Bulletproof album on vinyl which is excellent (including a great version of Monster in Paradise).

Been looking for Bolex Dementia on vinyl for a while. What format is yours on? Where did you get it?
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Don't worry Christos!

Quatermass II, which you have, were a short lived band that made one album, Long Road.

It's a good album, with some nice tracks, but like you say, not anything out of the ordinary!

However, the original Quatermass from 1970 only made one album that was self-titled.

And it is completely different! No guitar at all. Just a heavy-pounding power trio with John Gustafson on bass/vocals, Pete Robinson on keyboards, and Mick Underwood on drums.

The album bears absolutely no resemblance to Quatermass II whatsoever, save for the drummer and the Quatermass name.

It's a very progressive, even industrial, sounding album with a complete sound of its own. Gustafson's bass is fabulous, and Robinson has to work overtime to compensate for a lack of a guitar, a job he does incredibly well.

I've got a boot of them from Berlin, and its full of brilliant keyboard jams and heavy basslines.

An excellent band. Nothing like the belated follow up!



Thanks, sounds like something I need to check out.

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