TAPES IN THE MAIL

There's a clever tune here about a guy who's convinced he's not going to heaven, so when he dies, he's bringing along "Fire Proof Rope" that "won't burn in hell." "Rush Limbaugh can have all of Howard Stern's fan mail," Langham sings, just so long as the singer can hang on to his quality hemp. There's not a whole lot of venues for folk-heavy bands of this ilk to play in the Valley except for the odd open-mike nights. That could explain why Each Others' Legend hasn't turned up in any listings yet. So where does EOL play? Call 'em. 1-520-773-0769.

Tempe's Postvale Road also sent us a second tape, but it's almost identical to the one it sent us last May, except with fewer songs. Since you folks out there clip out and save every installment of this popular Screed feature (don't you?), you can look up that review and see that although we said nothing great about the band, we didn't say anything bad, either. Times change, even if demos don't. Actually, one song, "Vitamin E," is new, if your idea of a Tempe band sounding like the Gin Blossoms is new. A tip to future repeat offenders with Tapes in the Mail: Wine gets better with age, not cheese! 730-5821.--Serene Dominic

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