Midnight Oil

[Powderworks] The demise of MO

JCC jccuneo@mail.bellsouth.net
Fri, 09 May 2003 09:41:57 -0500


I don't necessarily think that it is bitterness expressed there.  I am more 
of Jeff's mind - Rob expressed that the core of the group is still together 
and that things haven't been shattered into many tiny shards.  In the 
Denton interview he also stated that the remainder of the group will be 
doing things together, and this just seems further confirmation of that.

Heck, even if they don't release another thing, I still have a score of 
albums that I can still enjoy playing.

Take care.


And who knows, perhaps the subtraction of Pete will lead to some amazingly 
good music from "The Remainders". ;-)

>I take it to mean that there is some.....bitterness
>maybe over Pete leaving.  Not sure if that is the
>correct term to use.  I think the band were blindsided
>a little.  It is pretty difficult to accept someone
>leaving atfter that many years.  Especially when the
>remaining members want to keep on.
>--- bmounier@sympatico.ca wrote:
> > I thought it intersting how Rob, when asked
> > something about the band splitting, immediately
> > answered:
> > "The band didn't split. Pete left."
> >
> > I'm trying to make sense of this. Yes, when people
> > split, they usually leave... So I'm missing the
> > nuance here...
> >
> > Brigitte
> >
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