Art Of Darkness

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NineWhileNine
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Found this while looking through UTR

<a href="https://ibb.co/nsdZtxr"><img src="https://i.ibb.co/WW8qjmn/Screenshot-202 ... -16-27.png" alt="Screenshot-2024-06-09-at-20-16-27" border="0"></a>

Is it a live bootleg? The band members don't make sense with the setlist.
I reverse image searched it but nothing came up.
if it is a live show it would have probably been during the overbombing 93 tour but I checked the setlist and none of them line up perfectly

any ideas?
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NineWhileNine wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 01:30 Found this while looking through UTR

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Is it a live bootleg? The band members don't make sense with the setlist.
I reverse image searched it but nothing came up.
if it is a live show it would have probably been during the overbombing 93 tour but I checked the setlist and none of them line up perfectly

any ideas?
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Well as is written on the page ...it's a virtual release ... something that never happened, definitely.

Nice reminder, though ... :) ...
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I wonder whose idea of a joke that was - the UTR crew, or Von
"We're Hawkwind and this is a song about love."
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It's been a while so I may be misremembering but wasn't there (a not terribly good) issue of Underneath The Rock that was full of 'meaningless slogans'? Maybe it was part of that...
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Absolutely. It's from UTX XII which was titled A SERIES OF SHOCK SLOGANS AND MINDLESS TOKEN TANTRUMS and had such texts in three lines of various font sizes ongoing at the bottom of all pages. The above one was on page 20.
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It is such a pity because that title and that cover art would have been perfect for a mid-late 90s Sisters album, esp. one featuring "War on Drugs"
"We're Hawkwind and this is a song about love."
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