In July 1985, while the uncool heathen masses of planet Earth were watching Live Aid on TV, our performance at Sync Studios, our rehearsal digs, was videotaped with two cameras and broadcast all over Sync Studios. Extra comedy moment at the end when Rob’s kick drum pedal breaks for the second time. “No, I’m lying, it’s OK.” Sync was located just north of what is now trendy Midtown Miami.
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I'm a long time Frank's Enemy (FE) fan. Not easy to categorize, they're not quite melodic, technical, or together. Raw, punishing, and a scatter-bombed wall of sound with some heinous grooves. Thanks for four more! yellowfan
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This a crazy experiment! As the Frank's Enemy page says, it's the whole kitchen sink approach! There is so much in this, so many different genres represented in this wild, chaotic ep. As someone who has been accused as a 'hater/ bigot' simply because I disagreed (politely and respectfully) with someone else's opinion, I have to say I really appreciate 'I Don't Want to Hate'! :) Very cool. :) Matthew Skipworth