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An old fashioned band

Roger Glover was interviewed by an Aussie outfit called Noise11.com. Among other things, he reiterated Paicey’s thought that Whoosh might not be the band’s last album after all.

Thanks to Blabbermouth for the info.

5 Comments to “An old fashioned band”:

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    Marcelo Soares says:

    The only thing I don’t like in that idea of making a follow-up now is that I want to see Whoosh material onstage. They already leave too little space for new songs releasing one album every 2/3 years, imagine releasing two albums in one year.

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    Randys says:

    That’s a very good news! I can’t wait, hopefully in 2021. I love WHOOSH! I’m sure this will also be a good album if this becomes a reality.

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    Hristo says:


    How many more years you presume they will play live? I would love to get new record for years rather to see them live for dozen (Or les) times. Also, I bet the whole pandemic scenario will repeat next summer and on… too much is not enough

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    Terence Dickinson says:

    Let’s hope Ian G is still inspired to write on a new album because I think his vocals and lyrics just about make Whoosh a very good album

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    Mitch says:

    Brilliant album, they just get better with age, and a disco song with a great base line. Best album in a long time. The Ian’s are on fire.

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