[Introspective] More Demo inquiries

Taratus, Lucas LTaratus at e-gatematrix.com
Tue Jan 27 09:02:06 PST 2004

It's probably some nerd with low self esteem at the studio.  I dunno what
that environment is like, but I imagine that a few people have access to
this stuff.


-----Original Message-----
From: Remark Communications [mailto:remark at mac.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 12:20 AM
To: introspective at tcp.com
Subject: [Introspective] More Demo inquiries


I have a question.  How do these infamous demos even get out onto the 
internet?  If the PSB are so concerned about their unreleased tracks 
getting out, then why do they let them?  It's obvious that SOMEONE has 
inside connections to the PSB recordings and is letting these gems 
loose.  It must be frustrating for the PSB, but shouldn't they consider 
who could be working for them who has let their sacred demos out?  I 
have always wondered about who is tight enough with the PSB to have 
access to their most rare material.  Hmmm....

<remark, who thinks the demo of "I get excited (you get excited too)" 
is one of the best EVER>

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