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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Ultra - Ultra


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Stuff

Clarence said...

can you repost please?

Anonymous said...

Can you please repost? Thank you!

Anonymous said...

hii
Can you repost this gem please?

Patrick said...

Repost? This album is... amazing!

Hudson said...

CGR is still around:
http://huddingehill.blogspot.com/

Josh said...

I'm downloading this right now. I can't say I'm a huge classic rock fan, but this seems interesting.

Oh, Zer0, shoot me an e-mail sometime :) [Thedeuceproject at gmail dot com)

Best,
J-Unit 1

Zer0_II said...

@Hudson: I knew that Chris started a new blog, but I meant that I couldn't check his old blog to see if he had posted it there. I suppose I could have asked him, but I haven't had much time on my hands lately, and I know he wouldn't mind.

@Josh: I've been meaning to write you my friend. I'm sorry it has taken me so long. I'll shoot that e-mail your way right now. I'm not usually a big fan of classic rock either. I mainly shared this because of it's scarcity, although I wouldn't say that the music is bad by any means.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Zer0, this is very cool. I was tripping on the "Stone City Production" mention. I just ran across one of my old Alice Cooper tour jackets from the late 70's and it was a "Stone City Production" gig jacket that Alice didn't like so they were all destroyed, except the one I had stashed in my truck before Alice saw them..one of a kind