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Conversation
  • Artist: Conversation
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 620591010044
  • Item #: SRD101004
  • Genre: Heavy Metal
  • Release Date: 6/17/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Conversation on CD

Conversation began a couple years ago in Victoria, BC when singer Tim Bolton, guitarist Stephen Gittens and bassist Erik Tandberg decided to quit wasting their time with the distractions around them and actually strive for something bigger. The original plan was to simply make honest, high energy music and work as hard as was necessary to get it out to the world. To this day that's all the boys have done. After struggling through several drummers the boys finally found Dan 'diddy' Mow and they haven't looked back since. The 2007 self-titled EP is 6 examples of that honesty and hard work and it shines through in every second of every track. From the opening 'Two Weeks in London' you get a taste of the energy and the urgency that CONVERSATION put into every song and it doesn't end till the record stops spinning. As a live band CONVERSATION bring the exact same intensity to the stage as they do to the music itself. No matter how big the show is, the boys will never leave anything in the tank and have been known to take small breaks between songs to throw up then get straight back to it. They appreciate their fans and friends above all else and look forward to every chance they have to get their music out to someone new. 'If you take anything away from this let it be the honest truth that this is all we have.' - timothy bolton.