Nineteen in Stealth Mode:
We have just completed recording a new demo CD on three tunes: My Lover
Tonight, Eyelashed and Miz Devine. More soon on the release of the disc!
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Moon Song w/ Harmonies by
Venus & Aphrodite and Colin
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Venus & Aphrodite
In the Press
left to right: venus, hendrik xix, aphrodite, colin
photo: randolph williams
You may have noticed that the band looks a lot different! We don't
have a guitarist anymore. He has been replaced by two new singers
(Venus & Aphrodite)! The new sound is like Morphine living the
Fleetwood mac lifestyle!
Both Venus and Aphrodite have already recorded with Nineteen and for
The April 1999 Tour
was amazing! Some many fans came out to make us feel welcome in all
the towns! Philly was a little scarey! Both Pittsburgh's Electric
Banana and Cincinnati's Sudsy Malone's were the highlights of the
tour. Wild expressions of support
were made by fans!
had tons of write ups and reviews in the local papers and zines! It
was amazing to have so much support from so many different people
along the way.
was featured in the Boston Sunday Globe on 1/10/1999:
The Lyrics are sensuous and surreal, sometimes using
imagery from Greek mythology, other times playing on the abstract and
the carnal. Full Article
In the Sept. 98 issue of The
Noise, Butch and Brenda described
as "ludricrously grandiose."
was reviewed in the August 98 issue of Metronome Magazine. This
is what they said:
The band Nineteen has a very unusual delivery that
incorporates driving bass lines, spoken prose and ultra-tight execution.
"Twitch" is a maniacal song perfect for the new millennium while "So
Fine" and "Moon Song" solidify Nineteen's peculiar aura. Very cool.
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