11.21.2004 Dick Clark's got nothing on Boston. A special year deserves a special night, and that is precisely what is happening this New Year's Eve. Aloud is closing up the year in a very big way. Friday, December 31st the band performs at the Middle East Upstairs.
The bands performing are no less exciting. Violator, from New York City, will be opening the night. Violator is an all-girl Depeche Mode cover band and are guaranteed to get the party started. Following Violator is Boston's own The Halogens, who are performing with a new lineup. Closing the night after Aloud— and ringing in 2005— is Baby Strange, a band which between performing all year and releasing a new record has had its own banner year.
Tickets are available at the Middle East Box Office.
December 31st, 2004 - 9pm The Middle East Upstairs 472-480 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA $10; 18+ Red Line to Central Square For more info: www.mideastclub.com ===================================
Aloud Year In Review CD-ROM. A CD-ROM entitled Aloud: 2004 Year In Review is currently being produced and could be yours. Complimentary copies will be mailed out to members of the mailing list sometime in mid-December. The CD-ROM will include a photo gallery, selected tracks from the Members Area, and a short film retrospective on what went on in 2004.
How can I get a copy of this? Folks who are signed up on the mailing list are eligible to receive the CD. In the December newsletter, we will include details on how to obtain this. Of course, it will be free of charge to you. Consider it a gift from everyone at allthingsaloud.com to you, the faithful who have been on the mailing list.
I'm not on the mailing list but I still want one. Well, it looks like you'll have to sign up, doesn't it? The cutoff date is December 11, so if you sign up before then you'll be eligible to receive it. However, your best bet is to sign up before the December newsletter is sent out (which will likely be December 1st). Just click on the mailing list link on the right, or head to the contact page.
The film will include short interviews with the band members and rare footage of the band on the road.