Hi, I was wondering if anyone has any Vines demos (Zen, A#, 301, or any others) that they would be willing to share with me. If you could upload a .zip file of them to something like sendspace.com for me I would appreciate it. I can trade for albums that are on this list: http://cd-tracker.com/item_list_v2.asp?UserId=20884&order_by= I also have some of the Zen demos and printemps de bourges live videos and mp3s that aren't on my cd tracker. Thanks!
I have another clip from the 2004 Melbourne Vines concert. This one is of Craig coming on stage. And if you have a You Tube account, then please subscribe to my videos as I still have a few more Vines clips to add :)
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Craig Nicholls breaks his silence over Aspergers diagnosis As The Vines return, their frontman opens up Vines frontman Craig Nicholls has broken his silence over his diagnosis with Aspergers Syndrome, as the band return to action.
On the eve of the release of third album 'Vision Valley' , Nicholls told the Observer how he was diagnosed with the condition after a series of erratic live performances.
"I think it's a mild case that I have," he said. "I remember when I was 15, I spoke to a couple of psychologists. But I don't think they diagnosed me with anything. So. Maybe it grew. Maybe it became more intense when I started in the band. But I'm not really sure."
Of the decision to continue the band as a largely studio-based project, he said: "I feel comfortable writing songs. It's a good outlet for me. Seeing as though I'm not that social, it's a way to communicate."
Nicholls also revealed that he gave up smoking marijuana nine months ago. "It just fit with my personality," he said. "I never drank alcohol. (Smoking) was just the thing I did. It made me calm. But it started not making me calm at all. It made me edgy, so it wasn't good."
Nicholls also hinted that it was likely that The Vines could be back to play shows in the UK at some point this year, but that nothing is confirmed.
'Vision Valley' is released on April 3 through Heavenly , preceded by a single 'Gross Out' on March 21.
from the nme.com homepage. the album didn't already leak, did it?
The Vines unveil details of third album The Aussie rockers return The Vines' long-awaited third album is to be called 'Vision Valley' and will be released in April.
The follow-up to 2004's 'Winning Days' was delayed while frontman Craig Nicholls came to terms with being diagnosed with the rare condition Aspergers Syndrome. With professional assistance, Nicholls has responded well to his treatment.
The group began recording in September 2005 in a Sydney studio with Australian producer Wayne Connolly. The album which resulted is out on April 4.
The tracklisting for 'Vision Valley' is:
'Anysound' 'Nothin's Comin'' 'Candy Daze' 'Vision Valley' 'Don't Listen To The Radio' 'Gross Out' 'Take Me Back' 'Going Gone' 'Fuk Yeh' 'Futuretarded' 'Dope Train' 'Atmos' 'Spaceship'
Once again, I apologize to the mod if this qualifies as spam. And to all the Vines-fans who probably have about 38989457 of my messages from different comms in their f-list because I've been whoring this thing around like mad. xD
People really need to be updateing more. HOW LONG HAVE WE WAITED!? and stilll no one is saying anything...
Well I'll say what I know The title is Vision Vally There is going to be a video for Groos out soon The web site has been updated like 3 times in the past week. Patrick is not on the album at all They out new videos on the video section of the offical site in cluding the allternate OUTTATHEWAY (the one with the swing set) Homesick and some live ones. The realse date is April 4th in US and April 3rd everywhere else. gross out has been NME aprroved.