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(Archive 37: 4/20/00 - 5/5/00)

(Rumors, Sightings, Eavesdroppings)

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Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 22:33:38 +0100
From: Mark Giles <mlgiles@dircon.co.uk>
Subject: Uncut BS

So there I am, reading the June 2000 issue of Uncut (with Johnny Rotten on the cover) thinking, "this is unusual - no Neil content this month." Then I get to Page 110 and there's a 2 page feature - "Classic Albums Re-Visited: Buffalo Springfield Again". It's a very positive feature on the 2nd BS album, concluding with:

"Is the Springfield phoenix about to rise again from the ashes? Only the quixotic Young can tell us. And probably even he doesn't know."

Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 21:31:40 +0200
From: Morten Hartvigsen <MBH@dffe.dk>
Subject: S&G #24 in Denmark

Here in Denmark, Silver & Gold is at number 24 of the album top 40 this week. It's the first week on the list.


Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 17:39:39 +0200
From: Daniel Cloutier <daniel@cloutier.de>
Subject: S&G #5 in Germany

Hey, Silver & Gold hits the 5th place as new entry on the charts here in Germany! Keep on buying, I wanna see Neil in Germany...
bye, dan
("any girl in the world could have easily known me better...")

Date: Fri, 05 May 2000 15:56:30 -0400
Subject: Neil in Chart Beat

Billboard's Chart Beat this week leads off with this about Neil's re-appearance on the charts:

Neil Young is good to go with Silver & Gold (Reprise), new at No. 22. We're just one month and one week shy of the anniversary of his solo debut [on the charts] with Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, also on Reprise. After debuting the week of June 21, 1969, the album peaked at No. 34 in 1970.

Before going out on his own, Young was a member of Buffalo Springfeld. That dates his album chart debut back to March 25, 1967, with an eponymous set that peaked at No. 80. Young thus has an album chart span of 33 years and two months.


Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 15:46:43 +0200
From: Pontus Emilsson <pontus.e@newmedia.se>
Subject: S&G stays Top-10 in Sweden.

Silver & Gold dropped a notch, from 9th to 10th place, in the Swedish album charts during its second week.

Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 11:16:25 EDT
From: ABBAABBADO@aol.com
Subject: S&G #1 on the net!

Neil's Silver & Gold debuts at No 1 on the Billboard "Internet" chart this week!

Date: Fri, 05 May 2000 08:37:58 CDT
From: joseph wild <joewild@hotmail.com>
Subject: Neil in SI

This week's issue of Sports Illustrated has the full page Silver & Gold ad in it. I don't ever remember Neil being pushed in this magazine...

Date: Thu, 05 May 2000 08:05:21 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest wrapping up...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set will be available after noon (Pacific Time) today, through Monday:

This is planned to be the final set of films for the "festival". Prior to the switch to these films, yesterday's films will remain available.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 22:39:47 -0500
From: Robert C. Warth Jr. <bobw@soltec.net>
Subject: SNL Promo

Just saw a promo for Saturday Night Live. Neil's standing with John Goodman, who is talking about the show, when the dude (Will Ferrell?) who plays Regis comes up, making a joke about ABC and Time Warner. Only when he puts his arms around John and Neil, Neil kinda gives him the evil eye and looks miffed.

oh, lonesome me...

Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 08:01:43 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest continues...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set will be available after noon (Pacific Time) today, through tomorrow:

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Date: Thu, 4 May 2000 7:29:56 +0200
From: norbert.ritz@vdr.de
Subject: Neil on German Radio

Yesterday evening (04. May) I was very surprised when my daughter told me that there is a Neil special being broadcast on HR 1, a German radio station. They presented a two hour Neil Young Silver & Gold Special from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Unfortunately I missed the first 35 minutes, but what I heard was fine.

They played most songs off the Silver & Gold CD, and gave a lot of information about Neil. They also played older Neil songs and songs like Wrecking ball, sung by Emmilou Harris (with Neil on back vocals).

HR 1 also presented the new CD from another Canadian band playing in Neil's style -- The Hooblers. Check them out! They make great music.

During this special they told that Razor Love is the new Neil Young single. I have never seen this single-thing, but I will contact my record dealer soon. They informed, that the Silver & Gold vinyl LP is avaiable in Germany now.

Looking forward

Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 06:53:21 -0400
Subject: S&G #22 in the US

On the first full week US "Top 200" pop album chart since the release of Silver & Gold, it enters the chart at #22, on sales of 55,000 units in the US.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 20:04:51 EDT
From: LeftyDv@aol.com
Subject: Neil in Spin

The new Spin magazine (with Moby on the cover) has a one page interview with Neil. It has a pretty good sketch of Neil on the adjacent page. The story is called The Old Man and the MP3.


Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 14:43:56 +0300
From: zohar shai <zshai@barak-online.net>
Subject: Neil in Newsweek

There's a two page story on Neil and Silver & Gold in this week's international edition of Newsweek. It's kind of stupid, in my opinion. They call the new album "another unexpected twist to Young's carrer" -- they don't know that he played an all-acoustic 1999 tour where he played all of these songs? And for some reason they say that Mirror Ball was Neil's last album...

They also say that "this new, largely acoustic record is his most compelling return to simplicity since 1972's Harvest". I find it funny that every time Neil does an acoustic album, they say it's a follow up to Harvest.

There's also a little piece of an interview with Neil, where he said "A lot of songs have little scenes in them that are from my childhood, or from the child's point of view. You'll have little short stories or scenes that bring you somewhere. It's kind of like Francis Ford Coppola's movie 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'. Remember that scene when the bat was flying over the city and there were little flashes of what was happening below? That's kind of what this record does. It goes from place to place, drops in, and you see little scenes, except it's not a city in Europe. Instead, it's my experiences."

About the album they write: "The sonic equivalent of looking through an old, treasured photo album, Young's new disc is a bittersweet journey through the idealism of youth, one that hits a graceful chord without ever lapsing into movie-of-the-week sappiness."

The article includes a nice picture of Neil with his acoustic guitar.

<not feeling too bad myself>

Date: Wed, 03 May 2000 08:13:22 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest continues...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set will be available after noon (Pacific Time) today, through tomorrow:

Prior to the switch to those films, yesterday's films will remain available.
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Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 07:53:15 +0200
From: THB <tbugsett@online.no>
Subject: S&G #2 in Norway!

Silver & Gold debuted at #2 on the Norwegian chart this week! Check it out.

Are you paying attention Neil? We really like you over here. Come and play for us!


Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 01:29:26 EDT
From: Nomore1@aol.com
Subject: Gillian does Neil at Merlefest

Merlefest is an awesome collection of musicians, who play together in all sorts of combinations. The midnight jam Saturday was phenominal - lasted til almost 4 am. Gillian Welch came out and said she had a request for a song and went into a rather nice version of Pocahontas. She and David Rawlings are quite an act - catch them if you can.



Date: Tue, 2 May 2000 21:27:32 -0500
From: David Whitehead <dfw2000@home.com>
Subject: Neil on Guitar.com

Guitar.com has an article on Neil called Good As Gold. They include a 30 second video clip of Slowpoke from the Silver & Gold DVD, and several audio clips. The article includes another version of the interviews he did when in Austin for the Silver & Gold premier.

Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 20:20:20 -0400
Subject: European S&G DVD slipped

After yesterday's report from England about a slip (to May 22) for the Silver & Gold DVD there, I've gotten these reports for various European countries:

Looks like each country has their own schedule. Best that you check with your local dealers to be sure when it's coming to your country... RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 2 May 2000 19:48:17 +0200 (CEST)
From: Odd Erling N. Eriksen <zuma@samfundet.no>
Subject: Voice of Russia quotes Neil

When listening to VoR ("Voice of Russia", former Radio Moscow) yesterday the news announcer was giving a story regarding the problems Russian industry was facing. He stated as a conclusion that, "The American saying 'Rust Never Sleeps' truly applies to the grave situation Russian economy currently is in."

I could hardly believe my own ears!

73 de LC8MAT / Vennlig hilsen

Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 16:51:52 -0400
Subject: S&G #6 on the Radio

Gavin reports Silver & Gold at #6 on the radio last week, up from #8 the week before. That's on the "AAA" ("Adult Album Alternative" or something like that) format radio stations. The "Spins" count increased 99% over the previous week. It was an "add" to the playlist of more stations than any other album in the top 20 (though it's not yet getting as many "spins" as the 5 albums above it).

Also of note: at #5 is the Wonder Boys soundtrack, which also features Neil doing Old Man...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 16:26:03 GMT
From: Barney_Chanyi@hotmail.com
Subject: S&G #10 in England

Just thought I would let you know that while flipping through my Sun newspaper over here in England I spotted Silver & Gold at #10 in the Top Ten Albums list. I don't know what the guy's source is, though. Might even be just his ten favs at the moment. It's on page 19 in the Showbiz column. Couldn't believe it when I saw our man at #10. The English rock scene is pretty sad right now!

Barney "Smell The Horse" Chanyi

Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 07:33:44 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest continues...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set will be available after noon (Pacific Time) today, through tomorrow:

Prior to the switch to those films, yesterday's films will remain available.
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Date: Mon, 1 May 2000 19:27:14 +0100
From: Paul Williams <paulrw@btinternet.com>
Subject: S&G DVD delayed in Europe?

Went to pick up my pre-ordered copy of the Silver & Gold DVD today (the scheduled release date) here in England, but was told that the release date for the DVD in the UK (Europe?) has been put back to May 22.

Since DVD uses a regionalised format, there's no point in ordering one from the US. Hope it's just a question of printing up enough copies for release!

Paul W

Date: Mon, 1 May 2000 18:36:28 -0400
Subject: Biographer Sues Neil

Jimmy McDonough, who wrote the "authorized" Neil biography that last year was supposed to have been published but never did appear, has apparently now sued Neil over the lack of publication. His lawyer has issued a press release detailing the grievance.

A number of web news services have merely reprinted portions of that press release in reporting the story. However the Jam Music site has a story that goes beyond the press-release and provides a bit more of the details.

Apparently (according to McDonough's lawyer) Neil's position is that the agreements were no longer valid due to missed deadlines. The lawyer's saying that the deadlines were missed due to lack of access to Neil, and that Neil didn't previously show concern for the deadlines.

McDonough is seeking $1.8 million, which is claimed to be the expected royalties from the expected sales of the book.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Mon, 1 May 2000 17:28:27 -0400
From: Ashley O'Kurley <OKurlA@parl.gc.ca>
Subject: Neil and the Canadian Politicians

Canada's Deputy Prime Minister, Herb Gray, is a member of Canada's governing Party, the Liberal Party of Canada.

Over the weekend, a prominent ex-cabinet minister for the Liberals, Mr. Doung Young (no relation to Neil), revealed that he is supporting the candidacy of someone who is running for the leadership of a rival Party.

Asked for his response, Mr. Gray remarked "I would be more concerned if it was Neil Young."

Canada's Deputy Prime Minister is known to be a big fan of rock music. Perhaps he forgot that Neil "don't play for politicians."

Ashley O'Kurley

Date: Mon, 01 May 2000 10:02:33 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest continues...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set will be available after noon (Pacific Time) today, through tomorrow:

Prior to the switch to those films, Friday's films will remain available.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Mon, 1 May 2000 05:14:10 EDT
From: Jbzuma@aol.com
Subject: S&G on UK Charts

The UK Album charts have just come out and Neil's Silver & Gold has entered at #10. YAhOOOOoooooo! It's his highest 1st week entry onto the charts since Sleeps With Angels.

Oh, Englebert Humperdink is just above him at #9. On behalf of all British music lovers everywhere, I would like to apologize to Neil and all his fans everywhere, all over the world, for this shocking state of affairs.

Buy More Neil !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 19:08:23 +0300
From: Heikki.Kyllastinen@kolumbus.fi
Subject: S&G on Finnish Charts

Silver & Gold is at number 33 in Finland after it's first week. See Radio Mafia's charts (click TOP40)...

Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 19:43:56 -0700 (PDT)
From: B A <lonvor@yahoo.com>
Subject: Giant Sand Still Like Neil

Went to New York City for a Giant Sand (excellent band based in Tucson) concert last night at the Knitting Factory. When they first appeared, lead singer/writer Howe Gelb sat down at the piano and played the beginning of Good to See You. He said it was from Neil Young's new album and noted approvingly that it was "pretty good." I clapped and someone else shouted, "Yes it is!"

I bought a copy of their latest CD, Chore of Enchantment, for 10 bucks and was delighted when I saw that it had Music Arcade on it. They do a fine electric cover of the Neil tune. If you have the chance, try and see Giant Sand.

Tired Eyes

Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 18:59:30 -0700 (PDT)
From: Casey Kokos <caseykokos@yahoo.com>
Subject: RS on BS

Rolling Stone has an extensive article speculating on a Buffalo Springfield reunion. Here's the first paragraph:

Neil Young's new album, Silver and Gold features a plaintive ballad titled Buffalo Springfield Again, where he expresses nostalgia for the band that first put him on the map. Singing "I'd like to see those guys again and give it a shot / Maybe now we can show the world what we've got," he hints toward a reunion, which would neatly dovetail the recently completed Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young road show and give legs to the long-awaited Buffalo Springfield box set. Indeed, now that CSN&Y have re-lit their flame, it would seem to be the perfect time for Young and Springfield cohort Stephen Stills to dig a little deeper into the past.
It also has a lot of details about the Springfield box set...

Rust again,

Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 15:15:49 -0400
Subject: Shakey Film Fest continues...

The Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival continues to let you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos. This set should be available through Monday:

Prior to the switch to those films, yesterday's films will remain available.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 22:23:11 +0100
From: Mark Giles <mlgiles@dircon.co.uk>
Subject: Neil on Archives in NME

There's an interview with Neil in the new NME magazine (with Ali G on the cover). Neil was interviewed while in New York with the CSNY tour, and among other things talks about Volume 1 of the Archives:

Volume 1 is finished, covering the first period of his songwriting career, pre-Buffalo Springfield, right up to his ascent to solo superstar status in 1972 with Harvest. It'll comprise 8 CDs of chronologically arranged previously released and much unreleased material - including 3 live gigs - plus 2 DVDs, one featuring the 1972 film Journey Through The Past, the other unseen footage from recording sessions, on the road and elsewhere.

"It's in much more detail than most box sets" says Neil, a little unnecessarily. "I just happen to record and film and video and do everything forever, for as long as I was able to. So I got a lot of stuff. And I keep track of it all. It's an obsession keeping track of things. Other than conversations. Hahaha! A lot of stuff just never saw the light of day."

He even has what he calls his 'stash' of songs, written then filed away, just in case they come in handy at later dates. Hence two songs on his new album written in 1982. "It's a big stash" he nods, gravely. "But it'll all come out though. All come out in the wash, haha!"

Nice picture of Neil in the Dr Nichopolous t-shirt too!

Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 18:40:45 +0200
From: Joachim Walter <walter@csk-online.de>
Subject: S&G Vinyl

Though previously reported to be released on May 15, yesterday I bought a copy of the vinyl edition Silver & Gold LP in Germany. It is already released here.


Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 15:35:21 -0400
Subject: Film Fest Continues...

Today the Shakey Pictures On-Line Film Festival begins letting you load individually (at your convenience) selected films & videos each day for a week. These are available through tomorrow:

You now have 23.4 hours left to view those before tomorrow's films and videos replaces those....
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 15:46:18 -0700
From: Greg Knittel <gmknitt@pacbell.net>
Subject: Neil Makes (Bay Area) History

Hey there Rusties, if anyone is interested...

The California History Center, located on the De Anza College campus in Cupertino Ca., has an exhibit on The History of Rock'n'Roll In The Bay Area. There is a bit on Neil in there, as well as bits on the Fillmore, the Dead, etc. They have one of Country Joe's guitars hanging on the hall next to some old Fillmore posters. Their number is 408-864-8712.

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 13:03:57 PDT
From: rick shearer <tiorick@hotmail.com>
Subject: KPIG still big on Neil

Today at work I tuned in KPIG radio on the net. While I haven't personally caught any Neil there yet, when I look at playlists from the last couple of days there, they've played Good To See You, When You Dance, and Kinda Fonda Wanda. On their Top 50 (to be played songs) for the week of April 24, they also show Razor Love and CSNY's Looking Forward and Faith In Me. It's an oddball station overall, but they like their Neil.

Rick 'proto-rustie'

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 07:02:32 -0400
Subject: Today's The Day

For those who have been living under a rock  :-)   this is just a reminder that today:

. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 18:53:36 +0200
From: superelk@t-online.de
Subject: Live Rust Best Ever

Right now on German Radio Eins (Berlin and Brandenburg) they're playing Sugar Mountain -- because Live Rust has been voted as the best live album of all times! No-one else even came close! (Nr. 3 was Led Zeppelin and Nr. 2 was Deep Purple.)

Just wanted to let you know that there are a lot of Neil fans in Berlin...

Elke, aka Superelk, aka Trekelk

Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 11:20:56 -0700
From: douglas e butterick <dlb@lucernevalley.net>
Subject: S&G Still #1

I just looked though Amazon's music site, and they still list Silver & Gold as #1 seller!

Doug, aka a crazy moon (waiting by his mail box)

Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 23:07:45 EDT
From: TinOtiS@aol.com
Subject: Neil says when and why

The the Silver&Gold special was on WGRZ Radio in Buffalo tonight. Here are a couple of Neil's comment about stuff we've been waiting for...

Chuck N
A Fireman

Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 09:42:42 -0700
From: Tom Hambleton <thambleton@pacbell.net>
Subject: Neil's own Legends

There's a full page ad for Silver & Gold on the back of today's San Francisco Chronicle Entertainment Section. Within it is mentioned:

"Tune in to the debut of Neil Young on VH1's Legends in May."

Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 17:01:15 +0200
From: Matthias Butterweck <matt@butterweck.de>
Subject: Neil stimulus

I was very surprised to find a picture of Neil in the latest issue of German science mag Bild der Wissenschaft. It's in an article about an area in our ears called the sacculus. It's primarily responsible for balance, but it's also stimulated by very loud noise -- 90 decibel or more. When stimulated it produces a feeling of joy in our brains.

They mention rock shows as an example for this effect, and for illustration put a picture of Neil there. It was captioned, "Like A Hurricane... Loud rock music stimulates the heritage of fish in us." (That's because the sacculus were passed on to us by our very far ancestors -- the fish!)


Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 15:36:23 -0400
From: Andy Strote <strote@interlog.com>
Subject: Weiland on PJ's Neil-influence

In a SonicNet article about the new Pearl Jam CD and single, they quote Scott Weiland, the lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots:

"They don't compromise shit for anyone," said Weiland, whose band also rose to prominence in the early '90s on a sound that was evocative of the Seattle grunge scene that birthed Pearl Jam.

"They sort of remind me of the way Neil Young has lived his life and his musical career," Weiland added, speaking of Pearl Jam's mentor and occasional collaborator. "It's like saying, 'This is what I believe in, and we really don't give a shit about playing your game.' "

Cutlass Supreme

Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 16:28:29 -0800
From: Floyd Meadows <tarheels@shocking.com>
Subject: CSNY in Entertainment Weekly

Short blurb in Entertainment Weekly includes a cool cartoon of the guys and their book (autobiographies) plans. It's on page 99 -- and on page 110 there's a review of Silver & Gold, with a photo of Neil and a dog. Hey, he's wearing a flannel shirt....STOP THE PRESSES!!!!!!


Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 13:52:13 -0700
From: Chris Horn <CHorn@qrs.com>
Subject: S&G Broadcast in San Francisco

Just heard on KFOG that they will broadcast the Silver&Gold special Sunday morning 4/23. (I believe I heard 9:30 AM)

CW Cannoneer

Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 11:58:40 -0500
From: Shawn McCorkle <newcomer@netusa1.net>
Subject: Silver & Gold Video review

Okay, as promised....

Great stuff folks. A must have.

The picture quality is fantastic. Beautifully filmed and edited. The songs and the banter between flow just like they were played in order.

The sound is unbelievable. This was a great show anyway, and to have a little souvenier of it, is really great. I believe it's all the 5/29 Austin show. I'm going to check both Austin shows to make sure though. Makes a beautiful sounding CD. I'm listening to it as I write this here at work.

The one surprise is at the end. Silver & Gold is not played live. It's the studio version. And we get to see Neil either record it or lip-synch it like a music video. It may be the video of the song. I don't know for sure.

The only thing that perplexes me about this video is, why no Razor Love? It's the single from S&G CD. Both shows were filmed, and he played it on 5/27. Maybe he didn't nail it. I haven't heard the show yet. Oh well. That's Neil.

If you don't have a DVD player yet. Get one for this. And I have to think there's more Neil DVD coming. Can't wait to see Rust Never Sleeps in digital.

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 18:26:20 -0700
From: Chris Horn <CHorn@qrs.com>
Subject: Lotta S&G on KFOG

I got in the truck to go to work. Turned on the radio (KFOG in San Francisco) and the first thing I hear is the start of Good To See You. God it's so heartwarming to hear 'Brother Ben' on peddle steel again. Feelin' great (even on my way to work :)

Was away from my desk all morning. When I returned during lunch, what is the song I hear emanating from the radio? Silver And Gold.

Then another Good To See You at 3:50 PM.

Then Buffalo Springfield Again at 5:55 PM

KFOG is very Neil friendly.   :-)

CW Cannoneer

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 14:50:15 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Dijk van RD <rdvdijk@galjas.cs.vu.nl>
Subject: "I have the S&G CD!"

I went to the store today here in the Netherlands, and asked if they had "The New Neil Young Album" yet. The guy looked at me with a blank face, but then gave me S&G from a big pile of CDs behind the counter! He wasn't sure if he was allowed to sell it yet, but he did anyway. So I guess the Euro-release date is now officially April 20th.

The album is great (of course). I'm listening to The Great Divide right now, it's a beauty... I also received a near mint JTTP LP in the mail today, so it's a great Neil-day for me...

Roel 'will get a rust-nickname soon' van Dijk

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 12:39:13 -0500
From: Shawn McCorkle <newcomer@netusa1.net>
Subject: "I have the S&G DVD!"

Thanks to CDnow, I already have the DVD in my hand. I guess I know what I'll be doing tonight! I can't believe they shipped it early.

Cool Black and Gold cover. And great profile shot of Neil, also in Black and Gold.

I'm psyched. I'll review it tommorrow.

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