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Lee Scott - Lou Reed 2000 (leescott.bandcamp.com)
IN AN UNFATHOMABLY DISTANT FUTURE, THERE WERE SOME PEOPLE. 

"A few months ago, following a painfully delayed journey from north to south, I was greeted to the new Blah mansion by the smell of tequila, sea bass and freshly printed money. Something was different. The clocks went forward. I was in the future. The year 2000 was upon us - the actual year 2000! The one they hyped up but didn't actually give us. Anyway, the album was already underway, about three or four songs deep. I could hear this one was going to be particularly special with Lee taking the reins on production duties, but now also having keyboard player and occasional dabbler of guitar and bass guitar, Jack Chard at his disposal it became easier to create the sounds he wanted. A sombre, melancholy, feel-good but somehow also sad and thought-provoking collection of songs began to emerge. Some of the songs were reworked after Lee expressed his unhappiness at their lack of 'feeling'. I specifically recall him kicking off at no one about how a couple of the songs needed tweaking due to their lack of "real fucking emotion. I want this music to actually make me fucking feel something, for fucks sake." or something like that he said. He immediately began frantically re-editing drums and...  more

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released December 6, 2018 

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Lee Scott 
ALL INSTRUMENTS PLAYED BY Jack Chard 
ALL CUTS BY JAZZ T 
MIXED AND MASTERED BY Reklews 
LOU REED 2000 IMAGE BY Ral Duke 
TYPOGRAPHY: Lee Scott 

01 produced by Lee Scott, guitars by Jack Chard, 02 produced by Lee Scott, synths by Jack Chard, 03 produced by Nobodies Home (Lee Scott, Sniff & Jack Chard), 04 produced by Lee Scott, synths & guitar by Jack Chard, 05 produced by Lee Scott, synths by Jack Chard, 06 produced by Jack Chard, 07 produced by Lee Scott, bass by Jack Chard,08 produced by Lee Scott, 09 produced by Lee Scott, synths by Jack Chard, 10 produced by Lee Scott, synths by Jack Chard,11 produced by Lee Scott, synths, guitar & additional vocals by Jack Chard
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