I altered my comment, however you quoting it is a bit paradoxical if it's truly something that could get this 'shut down'.
Private message me in regards to said demo recording.
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Hahaha the way people are losing their sh*t over it when it's merely mentioned, I wouldn't be surprised. Having read through the whole thread related to B-roads, I am 10 times more eager to see it. It is an era that blur try to wipe from their cv.. Looking back, it was a state of limbo from the hang...
Following my enquiry yesterday about the list documentary, most responses had a very ominous verging on disgruntled tone to them.. Why is this the case? As a blur fan, the thought of almost documentary from the transitional period of The great escape is incredibly fascinating to me.
It must exist in some capacity. I can't imagine a group of witches at emu got together and burnt all known material from it as means of making sure no one ever set eyes on it.
Ahh shit.. Have been patiently waiting to see it. Unfortunately the sleepy Scottish town of Inverness where I live meant there wasn't a screen for about 200 miles when it was in the cinema. I suppose my next question is a sneaky one... Anyone know if there's a rip of it anywhere online?