[kj] European Superstate Video on post-production
paul.rangecroft at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 12:26:55 EDT 2011
I'm pretty sure Killing Joke's music was good enough for them to make it
without Mike Coles but I do think he brought more people into contact with
them, or perhaps brought people in quicker.
In a similar vein, I believe he would have made the sort of videos people
wanted to watch purely because they were good videos and so the music would
have got more exposure.
On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 9:35 AM, fatpotanga <fatpotanga at gmail.com> wrote:
> Interesting question Ian & absolutely Jamie
> You only have to look at the success of Colesy's live visuals recently.
> Makes you wonder why there's this long disassociation from Colesy.
> Hopefully, one day it'll come full circle.
> Someone mentioned fans vids - one of my fave ever KJ vids is Bongos Endgame
> one :)
> On 23 Jun 2011, at 06:01, jpwhkj at aol.com wrote:
> What astonishes me is this:
> The recent visuals for Killing Joke have been plain old naff. I'm really
> surprised that (a) the band don't have sufficient pride in the overall
> offering to want something better; and (b) they don't have sufficient clout
> with their record company to insist on something better.
> And given that there is a tried and tested option available...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: folk devil <folk.devil at hotmail.com>
> Would people have originally picked up on KJ, had it not been for Mr Coles
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