1 September 2008 at 13:58 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

I received an interesting mail from Dennis yesterday evening. He has made a torrent-file of a demo-tape from the The Ideal Crash-sessions in 1998. It contains 5 songs, including early demo-versions of Instant Street, Sam Peckinpah's Daughter and Sister Dew. Too titles on the tape have made their way in other versions: Snuck Out became Magdalena and Sixth & The Last became One Advice, Space.

The torrent is available here. (I've asked Dennis permission to publish it in mp3-format for those of you who don't have acces to Dime)

3 Responses so far.

  1. Unknown says:

    I'd definitely like the mp3-version! Hope it's coming soon.

  2. Unknown says:

    It would be so cool if we could listen to it, pleeeeeaaaaaaase Mr Dennis! (and anyway thanks for the info and this great blog Mr Bart!)

  3. ziggy says:

    It is also available here:

    Dimeadozen is hard to get in but not zombtorrents. So, if you people are interested a FLAC version is way better than an mp3 version and it is also not so hard to work with torrents. But it is always your choice ;-)