THERAPY? To Begin Recording Tomorrow

THERAPY? bassist Michael McKeegan has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"As of Monday, 9th January 2006 we'll be in full recording mode. We've spent the holiday period listening to our demos and whittling down the 19 songs into what we believe to be the definative 'shortlist' for the album. It was a very, very tough job as the standard of tunes are the highest we've had in years. The aim is to make this album a killer from start to finish, no half-realised ideas or 'non songs' stuck in there… We want all of the tunes to be able to stand alone and rock your socks off.

"We previously announced that Mr. Pedro Ferriera will be overseeing the production, engineering and mixing duties. Can't wait to get into recording mode with him and see what he can add to and bring out of the three of us. We'll be trying to post regular updates on the diary section so you can follow how it's all going…the tears, the laughter etc…that sort of thing."

THERAPY?'s most recent album, "Never Apologise Never Explain", was released in 2004.


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