Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - FranticDav

Pages: [1]
I'm amazed this is still alive, someone make a copy until you know who's estate finds out!

Other Bands / Re: Live broadcasts - post here!
« on: June 23, 2020, 02:03:01 AM »
Since I've been pushing my dudes Kyros, here's their streaming gigs called Isolation Gigs (all 3 parts of many they're planning in the future):

Other Bands / Kyros - Celexa Dreams
« on: June 23, 2020, 01:58:38 AM »
Check these guys out:

Imagine if Frost* melded with Dua Lipa, Haken, The 1975 and IQ.

Any Other Business / Re: Happy Birthday to FranticDav! - AGAIN! x2!!
« on: June 23, 2020, 01:56:39 AM »

I'm back after an 8 year long slumber.

Any Other Business / Re: Happy Birthday to FranticDav! - AGAIN!
« on: November 18, 2011, 12:28:16 AM »
Damn! Massively late to the party!

Thanks guys!

Quote from: "Mordwin"
Something like this?

Awesome! You motivated me to make at least an .svg of the lightning bolt so at least we can use a different typeface for the temporary cover.

Quote from: "Pedro"
Quote from: "FranticDav"
I've made my own edits, and I'm willing to share them if the moderators allow me to.
I am assuming that you are talking about the music and not the chat.
In any case, I think I am "on message" when I say that what you do in the privacy of your own PMs is up to you but we'd rather not have free range links to anything like decent copies of TGS and TDL flying about in the open.
In my mind it is only right and proper that The Dividing Line Broadcast Network should be allowed to be the source of it for the time being - after all it was Jem's gift to them.
If and when Jem decides to let it out via other download locations is completely up to him.
The Philadelphia Experiment will be along in due course.
I think this is a good state of affairs really.

Personally, I want Jem to get the maximum benefit in return for all his hard work and genius but it is a fact of life that those who are prepared to pay will pay (when they can) and those who aren't will nick it.

You are 100% correct; this is why I asked beforehand. I can't wait until the TPE DVD is out!  :D

Moving onto another subject, what is the official name to the Snowman PG-tinged remix/mashup? I'm calling it "Snowman (Peter Gabriel Remix)" for now, but I feel it sounds kinda weird (makes it look like PG remixed it or something).

I've made my own edits, and I'm willing to share them if the moderators allow me to.

I think the artwork I added on it is kinda funky, but its the official logo of The Dividing Line radio.

Maybe someone with better graphics experience can add the asterisk at the back (or base the new artwork on the logo)?

Other Bands / Paul Cusick - Focal Point
« on: July 31, 2009, 11:52:57 PM »

Source: http://

"Focal Point" is the début solo album for British based multi-instrumentalist Paul Cusick, and features 11 tracks (including 1 bonus track) that show why Paul has been described as a cross between Dave Gilmour, Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson. A tall order to live up to by any standards but listen and decide for yourself.

Paul started 2008 with a resolution to release a solo album. It was supposed to be a little project for release on MySpace, however after the upload of the demo of "Big Cars" and "Hold On" Paul received a couple of record contract offers and pre-orders for a CD that was still at the concept stage. Given the interest that was being generated from a couple of early demos Paul rebuilt his studio and set to work on "Focal Point". As a solo project Paul was free to concentrate on his song writing and producing.

Paul plays all the instruments on "Focal Point" except drums which are laid down by Alex Cromarty aka "The Groove Monster" and features a guest appearance by Andy Edwards (Frost* / IQ / Kino).

"Focal Point" is a diverse album which includes two instrumentals, "Senza Tempo" and the title track "Focal Point", as well as the rocking "Big Cars", "Scared To Dream", "Everblue" and "Soul Words", the anthemic "Hold On", the evocative "Fade Away" and "Touch", with the heart felt "Hello".

released 06 June 2009
Lyrics & Music: Paul Cusick

Paul Cusick: Guitars, bass, keyboards & Vocals.
Alex Cromarty: Drums.
Andy Edwards: Guest Drummer on "Touch".


Wow. Sounds awesome! And you can stream it directly from the site and buy it digitally/physically if you want to. Friend found it while ramblin' through Twitter.

And seems Andy Edwards is in it as a guest in a song. :D

Ask Frost* / Re: DT Gig CD's????
« on: June 11, 2009, 04:33:38 AM »
Quote from: "Jem"
£5 will procure you a gig CD. For 45 minutes of music I think that's not bad value. 1000 have arrived at my holiday home this very day. As with the last tour CD's these are strictly limited edition.

And I guess (read: hope :D ) that some of these would be sold on the Frost* store... Right?

Announcements / Re: New Frost* WIP!!
« on: May 09, 2009, 11:21:09 PM »
Can anyone reupload this?

Toys / Re: New BLM Live Intro
« on: May 09, 2009, 11:09:33 PM »
So... is this available somewhere or did it disappear into the oblivion? :|

Announcements / Re: The Forget You Song - Myspace - NOW!!
« on: May 09, 2009, 11:01:08 PM »
'King awesome! Thanks Jem! :D

Pages: [1]