GUANO APES Seeking Material For 'Best Of' CD, Documentary DVD

Germany's GUANO APES are in the process of compiling material for a "best of" CD and a "documentary" DVD covering the band's history. "For both items, we are looking for all kinds of material," the group write on their web site. "If you have got something from or about us which you think is alright, which suits perfectly and which you think should be part of it — AND VERY IMPORTANT — which has been produced by yourselves, please send it as soon as possible" to [email protected] with "GUANO APES STUFF" in the subject box. More information is available at this location.

GUANO APES' most recent release was a live CD, entitled "Guano Apes Live", featuring a bonus DVD. The group's latest studio album, "Walking on a Thin Line", was issued in early 2003.


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