Review of Revolution Album by One Minute Silence

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Revolution Review



One Minute Silence release a brand new, strictly limited edition EP ‘Revolution’ on 27th January 2003. Released on CD and special 1-sided etched 10" single it features brand new songs taken from the bands forthcoming album ‘One Lie Fits All’ due for release next year. The Revolution Ep is non-chart eligible and an introduction for old and new fans alike to the new album. The band will also be heading out on a short club tour to coincide with the release.

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The EP was produced and mixed by John Leckie and John Cornfield, known respectively for their work with the Stone Roses/Radiohead and Supergrass … and although both have worked together with Muse, One Minute Silence is undoubtedly the heaviest band either has recorded with. The band spent 2 months in the studio this autumn recording half the album before giving the tracks their first airing at the CMJ music conference in New York at the end of October.

Lead track ‘Revolution’ is described by the band as "a song about the necessity for people to stop walking into a trap. Huxley once said that if you write the word freedom over the top of a cage, then people will walk in believing they're free. We’re not going in the cage"

The live tracks (taken from the album ‘Buy Now … Saved Later’) were recorded in Germany and capture the exhilaration of the One Minute Silence live experience. Also included on the cd is 4 minutes of footage filmed and edited by John Leckie at Sawmills studio during the recording of the EP.

20 January LEICESTER, Charlotte 0116 255 3956

21 January GLASGOW, Cathouse 0141 333 8383

22 January MANCHESTER, University 0161 832 1111

23 January COLCHESTER, Arts Centre 01206 500900

24 January LONDON, Barfly 0870 9070999

25 January EXETER, Phoenix 01392 667080

26 January SALISBURY, Arts Centre 01722 321744

Support on all dates comes from FONY.

Tickets on all dates are 8 except Exeter 8.50 and London 10

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