Monday, July 21, 2008

Unreleased D-DAY Material to be Unearthed

According to the Web site of David Fore, the former drummer of Texas-based new wave act D-Day, there is a CD of the band's previously unreleased material on the way!

Here's the excerpt from his site:

"'The Lost Studio Sessions' CD is in the final stages of production. It features the tunes we wrote while waiting for our record to be released by A+M."

For those who don't remember, D-Day is most known for the delightfully trashy new wave gem Too Young to Date, which controversially hit #1 on "Rodney on the Rock" on L.A.'s famous KROQ station upon its release. The band followed it up with just one other single and an LP that are both fantastic, so it will be great to hear what else they had up their sleeves that never saw the light of day.

So far there are no details on specific content or exactly when and how the collection will be released. For now, have a listen to the classic Too Young to Date below.

1 comment:

David Fore said...

Hey, it's David from D-Day. I'm still working on the unreleased D-Day CD. It's not going to be the best quality, as many of the tapes are old. However, it rocks!