The 200 self-manufactured copies were received well and there is now only one copy left which sits in the CD rack in the LiborSpacek sitting room. The accompanying button badges and live performances also went down well, with the band receiving a string of positive reviews and repeated local radio exposure. Highlights of the year included the launch of liborspacek.co.uk and support slots for both One Minute Silence and Capdown. Early 2004 the band took some time out to write new songs and added pianos and glockenspiels to their already diverse catalogue of sounds. The improved live show was once again received well and the year was concluded with the release of the second demo A Series of Instructions which was recorded as a result of winning a local battle of the bands competition. 2005 has seen LiborSpacek reloacting to Reading to promote the new recordings.
Numerous live performances of the new material were received well with many requests for copies of the new CD and offers of management. A Series of Instructions has recieved continuous airplay on Blast 1386, where LiborSpacek also performed a live acoustic set. More recent airplay included Reading 107, a special unsigned feature on Uckfield FM and the playing of Sibling of Sleep, "an intense ballad that has more twists than the Avon and Kennet canal" by Huw Stevens on BBC Radio 1. Libor Spacek are currently writing and recording new material and looking for management. Read more on Last.fm.
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