Good news for fans that haven’t been willing or able to fork out big ebay price tags: The ultra rare Lifesavors single “You and Me” is now available for streaming or digital purchase on the band’s BandCamp page. This is probably the earliest release that featured Knott’s songwriting. You can also snag a digital copy of the classic Poplife album if you are still missing it. BandCamp is bringing us some good things, so let’s see what else comes through in the future.
L.S. Underground’s PTSD (Legacy Edition) is out now on Retroactive Records and available at Amazon! Re-Mastered by J.Powell Steinhaus Mastering with new packaging. L.S.Underground includes Joshua Lory (Lifesavers), Brian Doidge, Jim Chaffin (the Crucified, the Blamed), and Casey Prestwood (Hot Rod Circuit). It has been in Knott’s heart to create an album that would bring awareness to the overwhelming difficulties that U.S. and allied troops encounter upon returning from combat, especially Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 10% percentage of the sales of this crucial release will go PTSD awareness. Packaged in a four panel digipak, this 2012 Retroactive Records release has been digitally mastered by J Powell of Steinhaus for maximum sound capacity. For fans of the heavy, dark, aggressive rock bands like Tool, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Jane’s Addiction, Iggy Pop, David Bowie, and Public Image Ltd.
If you remember way back in 2006 Michael Knot released a cover of some of his favorite verses from the legendary song “Hallelujah” originally written by L. Cohen. Knott’s version was recorded, performed and produced with Rick McDonough and previously only available on MySpace. Well, now you can download it in any format you like through BandCamp for free. Snag it now while you can!
The classic 1992 solo debut from Michael Knott has been remastered by J. Powell (Cliffy) and re-issued as a digital download on BandCamp. You can also purchase the hard to find All Indie EP from this page.
Fans of Michael Knott’s production work will be interested to know that Kevin Clay’s 1996 Knott-produced album “Watch Me Fall” has been re-issued by Clay himself. The album has been re-mastered and released as a digital download on BandCamp. Also up on BandCamp are other classic Kevin Clay and My Little Dog China albums.
Intense Millennium Records is a new label that purchased the entire catalog of the Frontline Music Group – which includes many older Michael Knott releases. They plan on re-issuing about 2 albums per month with updated graphics and bonus tracks. There is nothing firm on anything Knott-related, but some online ads have Michael Knott listed among the bands to be re-issued. So go to their Facebook page and request Michael Knott.
L.S. Underground’s classic 1987 albums Shaded Pain is available again, after being long gout of print. For $10, you can download the entire album in mp3 or high-quality FLAC format.
See this link: http://lsunderground.bandcamp.com/album/shaded-pain
The long out of print classic Grape Prophet album by L.S. Underground is finally available online. For only $9 you can get a download of full quality FLAC files.
See this link: http://lsunderground.bandcamp.com/album/the-grape-prophet
Sorry for the late post on this – just had to transfer hosting to new service. The re-issue of Grieve by Sincerely Paul is now moving forward again. Pre-production work has officially started. It will still be a 2-disc album, with 11 unreleased tracks on the second disc. CD art work and inserts will be given a complete makeover. In addition to all of this, the Sincerely Paul/Slide website will also get a make-over in some areas. Be on the lookout for Slide’s first interview since 1993 for Cut and Dry Radio soon (http://www.myspace.com/clkvideoproductions).
See this link: http://slidemusicgroup.com
Some rare Michael Knott related tunes are now available in FLAC format (which can be converted to mp3 or regular CD format) for a limited time. All titles are just $10. Email Steve Ruff for more details at email@example.com. This is for titles that are currently out of stock at the official site. I’ve checked with Steve and the money for these albums does goes to Michael himself.