Mail Update - No. 10, April 9th, 2003
There are some people who profoundly believe in the power of the stars to change their lives; others prefer to think that life's journey can be read through the creases on their palm. Here at Fflint Central, we are not so easily gulled. We prefer to seize on life's opportunities as they arise and not blame 'fate' for our failures. But if only life was so simple. Sneering at the supernatural may be good sport, but not everything can be explained away by science or a James Randi. If you need evidence, look no further than Berkowitz Lake & Dahmer's Mystifying Oracle, the latest addition to FfC's Scrapbook. By the simple act of typing your own name into the Oracle and clicking a button, you will be astonished to see the name of a BLD track appear, as if by magic. This chosen piece of music is intrinsically bound to your name, your life, your very essence. Treasure it and seek its guidance. Of course, it's impossible to resist typing in the names of the famous: try Osama bin as the First name and Laden as the Last name..........all hail the power of the Oracle!
As promised in Update No. 9, the first new release of 2003 has arrived and of course, it's excellent!
This is the first album from the Leeches (aka Steve Nuttall), a dark and malignant follow-up to the tasty contribution on 'Unholy Trinity'. Running time is 57 minutes.
The next offering from Fflint Central will be a full length album from the disturbed mind of Cousin Silas and rumours abound that Pendro may have something cooking for 2003........
Barry & Tim