TEAM SLEEP's Wilkinson Speaks Out On San Jose Bootleg
TEAM SLEEP guitarist Todd Wilkinson recently posted the following in response to the questions about the San Jose bootleg recording that was made available for download in its entirety via the www.7words.net web site (as reported here on January 24th): "The acoustics have yet to be named. All tracks played, except for [the SMASHING PUMPKINS cover 'The Aeroplane Flies High'] will be on the album...probably. There are about five more songs/instrumentals that weren't played live that are possibilities for the album. Many of the songs will sound quite a bit different on the album than live, especially 'Natalie Portman'. ALL SONG TITLES ARE TENTATIVE, some are more likely to change than others. For example, 'Bling Bling' WILL NOT be the title of a song on the album. I cringe when I think of how the bootlegs sound, my dislike for them is not about money." As previously reported, TEAM SLEEP, which features in its ranks DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno, DJ Crook, and Wilkinson, will release its debut album through Maverick Records in the spring.
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