Anybody worrying that CDBaby wasn't going to be able to fulfil their orders for our debut album, 'LoveTel Motel' by Magic Ship, will be pleased to know that it is now back in stock and that we shall be shipping a further amount to avoid any stock shortages in future. By my reckoning, if they sell out again we should be half way up the charts!
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Here is our first! Big shout to Sky from Surrey. Her favourite track on the album is 'Lucky Lost'.
Here is Debbie! Debbie! Great T, D.
Yes folks, the wonderful team at Stone Island Records have now listed our debut album 'LoveTel Motel' on their excellent website under the category heading of Classic Rock. You can now order your very own copy of this long awaited and much discussed LP recording by Magic Ship from Stone Island Records here . We hope that you enjoy listening to this album as much as we enjoyed making it. And don't forget that we mixed it so that you will be able to get the most out of it through either earphones or speakers, just so long as you remember to play it loud! Dancing is unavoidable. Grab a copy before it's too late.
Blimey, these last few days have all been go on the Magic Ship. Website up, album received. Now Col tells us we've had a load of branded T-shirts delivered. Last night was the final practice before Friday's gig at Ye White Hart. It took us a run through to warm up and a second time round the songs to play them well. It'll be something else to play in a big room. In fact something else to play outside the four walls of the rehearsal room.
I like to keep things simple, but at the moment there are so many things happening it is far from simple. Now I see why bands have tour managers and promo teams and web designers and marketing departments and hair stylists and m&m filterers! It means they can go on stage and play and wake up the next day in the next town and play again and keep doing that until they are told to go and speak to the people at Horse and Hound magazine. Then go on Top of the Pops. Then go on stage again. Like being at school or in the army I suppose, but with more fans.