|Bands - thursday 2004-02-19 0614
|last modified 2004-02-19 0614
|Categories: Christianity, Current Events
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I guess all good things come to an end. Some too soon. For instance, I first heard of Kepano Green about a year after they'd broken up. This was sad, but even more sad was the utter unavailability of their albums. Their preferred seller kept me waiting for three months before I finally asked the vendor what was going on - apparently they didn't know there were no albums left, so they kept baiting us fans with the unattainable. Fortunately, some prodding this past week turned up RadRockers, which specializes in hard-to-find work (and if you're looking for Kepano Green, the Live album is really, really cheap). Surf in HTTPS mode if you plan to shop, though, their server's a little busted.
What I like is probably going to be considered old school soon, but at least Jars of Clay and Caedmon's Call are still putting out albums. What do kids these days listen to anyhow?