Paul in the studio 8.3.2012 - click to enlarge

PAUL SLACK RECORDING NEW ALBUM

WITH MONICA & THE EXPLOSION


Ex-Subs bassist Paul Slack will be in the studio from Monday 5th to Friday 9th March recording a brand new album with Monica and The Explosion. The yet-to-be titled album will be Monica's third long-player, with Paul having joined 'the band' to record the second album, 'Shut Up!' in April 2010.
As with the last album, the recording will take place at Jigsaw Studios in Deeping St James, Peterborough. Since the release of the second album, Monica and Paul have been touring the world constantly, honing their exciting live show.
The only release since the last album was March 2011s well-received 3-Track DVD single, which is still available via T&M, as is 'Shut Up!'.
Monica enthused to T&M that everyone was "very excited with the plan to put down 11 tracks during the week", with there being "some very new ones as well as a number that the band have been playing live for some time." The new album will include such titles as 'I Wanna Go Home', 'Franglehead', 'Tonight!', 'The Vulcano Song', and 'You Can't Take This Heart'.
The production team will be the same as the 'Shut Up!' recording sessions, that of This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Paul Slack, Rob Baylis, drummer with Dun 2 Def and engineer Tom Savage.
The album looks set to be released later this year.
Monica hopes to supply T&M with some photos and reports from the recording session so keep an eye on this website for updates.

New logo by Paul's daughter Kt Slack - click to enlargeOfficial Monica and The Explosion website - Click here
Official Monica and The Explosion Facebook page - Click here
Exclusive Monica and The Explosion T&M pages - Click here
Paul Slack's Blog - another T&M exclusive -
Click here

3 Track DVD single available HERE

Shut Up! 2nd CD album available HERE

A donation from every sale of the CD album and all the money from the sale of the DVD single goes to a charity chosen by Charlie Harper.


 

Monica and Paul on stage - click image to enlarge

PAUL SLACK RECORDING NEW ALBUM

WITH MONICA & THE EXPLOSION


Ex-Subs bassist Paul Slack will be in the studio from Monday 5th to Friday 9th March recording a brand new album with Monica and The Explosion. The yet-to-be titled album will be Monica's third long-player, with Paul having joined 'the band' to record the second album, 'Shut Up!' in April 2010.
As with the last album, the recording will take place at Jigsaw Studios in Deeping St James, Peterborough. Since the release of the second album, Monica and Paul have been touring the world constantly, honing their exciting live show.
The only release since the last album was March 2011s well-received 3-Track DVD single, which is still available via T&M, as is 'Shut Up!'.
Monica enthused to T&M that everyone was "very excited with the plan to put down 11 tracks during the week", with there being "some very new ones as well as a number that the band have been playing live for some time." The new album will include such titles as 'I Wanna Go Home', 'Franglehead', 'Tonight!', 'The Vulcano Song', and 'You Can't Take This Heart'.
The production team will be the same as the 'Shut Up!' recording sessions, that of This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Paul Slack, Rob Baylis, drummer with Dun 2 Def and engineer Tom Savage.
The album looks set to be released later this year.
Monica hopes to supply T&M with some photos and reports from the recording session so keep an eye on this website for updates.


New logo by Paul's daughter Kt Slack - click to enlargeOfficial Monica and The Explosion website - Click here
Official Monica and The Explosion Facebook page - Click here
Exclusive Monica and The Explosion T&M pages - Click here
Paul Slack's Blog - another T&M exclusive -
Click here

3 Track DVD single available HERE

Shut Up! 2nd CD album available HERE

A donation from every sale of the CD album and all the money from the sale of the DVD single goes to a charity chosen by Charlie Harper.

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