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PANIC Missed

PANIC Missed

PANIC Missed


PANIC Missed is a project of Mike DeCourt (ex-PANIC) and guestplayers (from may 1979 till now). The project’s aim is to finish Mike's songs that were not included in the only Album 13 (released twice on Universe LS-7 and on Ariola 26388 XOT in 1978) of PANIC, the Dutch punkband from Amsterdam (PANICDutch) see also: http://www.myspace.com/panicmissed and: http://www.myspace.com/panic19761979 Some of the songs were already played on stage as part of PANIC’s repertoire. Read more on Last.fm
PANIC Missed is a project of Mike DeCourt (ex-PANIC) and guestplayers (from may 1979 till now). The project’s aim is to finish Mike's songs that were not included in the only Album 13 (released twice on Universe LS-7 and on Ariola 26388 XOT in 1978) of PANIC, the Dutch punkband from Amsterdam (PANICDutch) see also: http://www.myspace.com/panicmissed and: http://www.myspace.com/panic19761979 Some of the songs were already played on stage as part of PANIC’s repertoire. Most of them though, were only played in PANIC’s rehearsal-room at the Singel 299, Amsterdam. The original 4-track-rehearsal-room-recordings (may 10th 1979) of about 10 of his songs, Mike found when going through a box with his old TEAC A2340SX stuff, have been digitalised and are beeing remixed. Since PANIC’s original singer Peter Penthouse didn’t want to participate in this project, guest vocalists are asked to fill in the vocals. At the end of 2007, three songs are finished.

The songs are: P.A.N.I.C.”, “The Sound Of Death”, and “Sweet Daniel”, with: - Mike DeCourt on Guitar / Bass (original takes of 10-05-1978/) and backing Vocals (recorded in 2007); - Rheinhard Roffel on Drums (original takes of 10-05-1979); - Frank Verhey, guest Lead Vocals (recorded in 2007). More will follow in the coming years. When visiting New York in the summer of 1978 for giggs with PANIC in CBGB’s , Mike bought some postcards to send home. They show New York by day and by night. The postcard of New York by night has a striking title: “Baghdad on the Hudson”. Since almost all the New York taxidrivers that Mike and the other PANIC members encountered in the civil battlezone of urban New York, came from various exotic countries and didn’t even speak english, this title tickled Mike’s fantasy. Mike’s intention was to suggest these postcards as inspiration and as Album Cover for the second album of PANIC, that preferably should be titled: “Baghdad on the Hudson” or “New York on the Tigris” or both if there was enough material for a double album. But that was never to be.

PANIC split in 1979 before this could happen. These songs of PANIC Missed are part of PANIC’s legacy. Not in any way aware of or prepared for the dramatic events that later would condemn New York and Baghdad to a horrific relation never seen in history before. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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