Excellent band name I must say...Stormspell wrote:Also, honoring a request by current Steel Assasin band from Massachuisetts, to avoid confusion, from now on I'll be referring to this project as STEEV ASSASSIN
The only immediate solution is to let things how they are unless you get permission by the band.Stormspell wrote:I
The only immediate solution I could think of is making a very limited pressing which would not be sold but rather given away for free with outgoing distro orders. Its not ideal solution for sure, but at least I'd not be ripping the band off, and it could also help spread the word and hopefully locating the band.
What's the story on Heavy Load not wanting reissues to happen?Zdan wrote:Trigger and Prowler are right. Hell, some people might order from your store just to get their hands on the CD and then replicate it. I also think the band should know if you plan on re-releasing their stuff. You hold a quality release in your hands but the band might simply say they do not want it released for whatever reason (Heavy Load reissues anyone?).
It's not fair for you to change band's name just because someone asked you to.Stormspell wrote:Also, honoring a request by current Steel Assasin band from Massachuisetts, to avoid confusion, from now on I'll be referring to this project as STEEV ASSASSIN
From what it seems those were not real companies, just some fancy "business" names written in sharpie on a demo reel tape. In any case, the address of "Haymarket Productions" leads to an apartment building, and whoever rented that flat in the 80's is long time gone...martinsane wrote:I'm certain you crossed this bridge already, but do these companies have any records or are they in existence? Did they participate in any other recordings? "J.T. Productions, Haymarket Productions from San Francisco.
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