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News Archives
January 2001- March 2001
July 2000- September 2000
October 1999- June 2000
April 1999- September 1999

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>7.05 triple cycle theory updates
>7.05 Sony to release Screaming Trees "Greatest Hits" compilation
>7.02 Nirvana/Courtney Love in bitter dispute over rights to song
>7.01 Site updates; pages redesigned
>6.14 Jeremy and Will of SDRE to start new project
>6.10 Sunny Day Real Estate calls it quits
>6.10 Alice in Chains reportedly to release "Greatest Hits" July 24
>6.05 Steve Fisk to play one-off show with Richard Lyons of Negativland 6/10
>6.05 Jon Auer touring west coast with SushiRobo
>6.01 764-HERO signed to Tiger Style Records
>6.01 Murder City Devils to release EP in September
>6.01 Kinks tribute album featuring Mudhoney, Fastbacks, others recorded
>6.01 Walkabouts new album due in October; rarities album to be released in '02
>5.30 Spinanes done; Rebecca Gates to play 5 solo shows, release EP in June
>5.28 triple cycle theory updates: bands, members lists
>5.28 Yoyo A Gogo festival to take place July 17-22; tickets now available
>5.28 Possible release of Cornell/Rage collaboration in fall
>4.30 Mark Lanegan to sing with Queens of the Stone Age, record with Dulli
>4.24 Pearl Jam DVD Preview airing on VH1 April 30
>4.24 Jon Auer cd release party at the Crocodile Cafe, Seattle May 9
>4.22 Updates: connections, bands, and members pages
>4.19 triple cycle theory upgraded to v. 3.0
>4.19 Pearl Jam DVD release delayed to 5/1 (retail)
>4.19 AIC members start new side project

>7.05 triple cycle theory updates:
labels, studios pages updated
new links added: Screaming Trees
labels update: Egg, Jupiter.


>7.05 Sony to release Screaming Trees "Greatest Hits" compilation

According to screamingtrees.org, Sony is releasing a "Greatest Hits" compilation titled "Nearly Lost You". The album will contain the following songs:

Halo Of Ashes
Nearly Lost You
Butterfly
Alice Said
Dying Days
Shadow Of The Season
All I Know
Something About Today
Uncle Anesthesia
Ocean Of Confusion

It appears the album will feature no songs not previously available on the three Epic albums.


>7.02 Nirvana/Courtney Love in bitter dispute over rights to song


According to several sources, a dispute has risen between the two surviving Nirvana members, David Grohl and Krist Novoselic, and Kurt Cobain's widow, Courtney Love, over the rights to old Nirvana recordings that may be used in the forthcoming Nirvana box set. Love has requested an injunction to stop the production of, among other songs, a recording of the song "You Know You're Right", a song peformed by Nirvana just months before Cobain's suicide. Novoselic claims Love is fighting the band to strengthen her own career, while Love claims she just wants the box set to be "done correctly". triple cycle theory will continue following this story; for more details, check out http://www.nirvanaclub.com/ and http://www.hole.com/.

>7.01

Major site revisions

Front page, index, discography index, bands index, news pages redesigned.

>6.14 Jeremy and Will of SDRE to start new project

According to In The Blue, Jeremy Enigk and Will Goldsmith, formerly of Sunny Day Real Estate, are forming a new project. The project is yet to be named. More information as we get it.

>6.10 Sunny Day Real Estate calls it quits

In The Blue, the official Sunny Day Real Estate site, has confirmed that Sunny Day Real Estate has broken up for the second time. According to their report, the band was having management problems and also, Time Bomb Recordings, SDRE's label, was dropped from their parent company Arista, making it close to impossible to promote their future albums and fulfill their European Tour. The band decided to split after progress of the new album stagnated.

Dan Hoerner has two albums worth of written material that he will use in a future band. Jeremy Enigk will likely begin writing for a second solo album, and William Goldsmith may already have another band started. triple cycle theory will keep you updated on all future SDRE member projects.

>6.10 Alice in Chains reportedly to release "Greatest Hits" July 24


According to the PRP, Alice in Chains is releasing another album of "Greatest Hits" on Columbia Records July 24. The album will feature Stephen Marcussen re-mastered songs such as "Man In The box", "Them Bones", "Angry Chair", "Rooster", "Would?", "No Excuses", "I Stay Away", "Grind", "Heaven Beside You", and "Again".

>6.05 Steve Fisk to play one-off show with Richard Lyons of Negativland 6/10

Steve Fisk and Richard Lyons (Negativland) are playing a one-off show on Sunday, June 10 at the Capitol Theatre in Olympia, Washington at 8pm. See stevefisk.com for more information.

>6.05 Jon Auer touring west coast with SushiRobo

Jon Auer and SushiRobo are embarking on a west coast tour June 7-16 in support of Jon's new EP 6 1/2. The tour kicks off in Seattle this Thursday at the Sit & Spin. The following are the cities they are playing:

* SEATTLE, WA 6/7 at Sit N Spin
* PORTLAND, OR 6/9 at The Cobalt
* EUGENE, OR 6/10 at John Henry's
* SAN JUAN CAP., CA 6/12 The Coach House

* SAN DIEGO, CA 6/13 at Casbah
* LOS ANGELES, CA 6/15 at Spaceland
* SAN FRANCISCO, CA 6/16 at The Great American Music Hall

RECORD STORE SHOWS
Jon will also be doing some record store appearances and playing a
short set at the following locations:

* PORTLAND, OR 6/9 at Music Millennium Record Store (4:30 PM)
* LOS ANGELES, CA 6/14 at Rhino Records (7:30 PM)

See the Jon Auer page and SushiRobo page on http://www.pattern25.com/ for downloads
and more info about the bands.

>6.01 764-HERO signed to Tiger Style Records

764-HERO has agreed to release their next full-length on the New York label Tiger Style. The band hopes to record this fall and release the follow-up album to "Weekends of Sound" in spring 2002. More details as we get them.

>6.01 Murder City Devils to release EP in September

According to the Murder City Devils rock 'n' roll page, the Murder City Devils are releasing an EP September 4 titled "Thelema". Songs on the album will be "That's What You Get", "Bearaway", "Midnight Service at the Mutor Museum","One Vision of May", and "Bride of the Elephant Man". The EP will also include a bonus track, "364 Days" for US/Canada copies and "Alcohol" (the aforementioned Kinks cover), for European copies.

>6.01 Kinks tribute album featuring Mudhoney, Fastbacks, others recorded

The Sub Pop Records Traffic Report reports that a Kinks tribute album called "Give The People What We Want" has been finished. The tribute album, to be released in September on BurnBurnBurn Records, features northwest artists such as Mudhoney, Fastbacks, Murder City Devils, Love As Laughter, Heather Duby, Fall-Outs, Young Fresh Fellows, Makers, Minus 5 and more. A 7" release will precede the album.

>6.01 Walkabouts new album due in October; rarities album to be released in 2002

According to the Walkabouts fan site The Stopping-Off Place, a new Walkabouts album will be released in October on the German Glitterhouse label titled "I Ended Up A Stranger". Also, Glitterhouse will be releasing a Walkabouts rarities and b-sides 2cd-album sometime in early 2001. Chris Eckman and Carla Torgenson will be touring Europe in June, but the tour will not be billed as "Chris And Carla". For more information, visit the Stopping-Off Place.

>5.30 Spinanes done; Rebecca Gates to play 5 solo shows, release EP in June


The Spinanes have been quiet since the release of the Merge EP "The Imp Years". Parcematone, the official Spinanes and Rebecca Gates site, has notified triple cycle theory that Gates is dropping the Spinanes name but is continuing performing under her own name. In a e-mail sent to all on the Parcematone mailing list, it states that Gates will be performing five solo shows in June (tour dates below) as well as releasing a seven song EP titled "Ruby Series" on the Badman Recording Company label.

Rebecca Gates tour dates:
sun june 3: san francisco, CA the makeout room
3225 22nd street
thurs june 14: evanston, IL nevin's live 1450 sherman ave
tues june 26: chicago, IL schuba's 3159 n southport
fri june 29: madison, WI club tavern
sat june 30: minneapolis, MN 7th st entry

The tour will continue in July in the Eastern USA and continue through September (Western USA). More details of these shows forthcoming.

>5.28 triple cycle theory updates: bands, members lists


members updates: Patty Schemel, Leslie Hardy, Tim Paul, Dan Cuneen, Michael Anderson, Melissa Auf Der Maur, Kristen Pfaff
members additions: Dale Balenseifen, Robin Peringer, Larry Schemel
bands updates: Hole, Kill Sybil
Thank you to Larry Schemel for most of these updates.

>5.28 YoYo A GoGo festival to take place July 17-22; tickets now available

From Kill Rock Stars:

YoYo A GoGo festival information:
Olympia, WA; July 17-22, 2001
Tickets now available; $55 per pass ($60 after June 1)
All ages
Featuring: Bratmobile, C Average, Gene Defcon, Sarah Dougher, The Gossip, Enemymine, The Need, The Thrones, Shady Ladies (members of Emily's Sassy Lime), Mecca Normal, Tight Bro's From Way Back When, more

For more information, check out the official festival site at: http://www.yoyoagogo.com/.

>5.28 Possible release of Cornell/Rage collaboration in fall


From the unofficial Chris Cornell site:

SOUL OF A NEW MACHINE
In the ever-changing world of Rage Against the Machine, things are finally a little less superunknown. The band - whose future seemed foggy after frontman Zack de la Rocha quit last year to go solo - have confirmed they're forming a new group with ex-Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell. The quartet has already written 21 songs and will soon enter the studio to record an album with producer Rick Rubin. "When these guys got together, it really sparked musically," says Cornell's manager, Jim Guerinot. "There was something both creatively and personally that was magic." Even more magical is the fact the the artists' labels, Epic and Interscope, will allow the project to go forward. "[Both labels] have met and have agreed to figure it out." says Guerinot. "They've assured us there won't be any holdup on their part." The album could be in stores as soon as this fall, although Cornell and Co. are still working on lyrics and arrangements and have yet to decide on a band moniker. How about Never Named?
Entertainment Weekly, June 1, 2001, Hear & Now column by Rob Brunner

>4.30 Mark Lanegan to sing with Queens of the Stone Age, record with Dulli
From CDNow: Former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan will be joining Queens of the Stone Age for two shows in Los Angeles May 26 and 27, as well as QOTSA's European tour. His performance will be strictly as a guest appearance; he has NOT joined the band.
>list of QOTSA w/ Lanegan dates

Lanegan is also busy working with Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli on songs for an album yet to be named. The unnamed Lanegan/Dulli project will fly to Memphis to record once Lanegan finishes his first-ever solo tour.

As a reminder, the Mark Lanegan album Field Songs will be released 5/8. Album is available for pre-order from Sub Pop. First 20 orders get a free Field Songs poster.

>4.24 Pearl Jam DVD Preview airing on VH1 April 30

VH1 has rescheduled the preview for Pearl Jam's "Touring Band 2000" DVD to April 30th. Also, advance screenings of the DVD are being shown in college campuses
next week. Check out the list to see if it is being shown at the school near you.

>4.24 Jon Auer cd release party at the Crocodile Cafe, Seattle May 9

Jon celebrates the release of his new CD 6 1/2, a collection of covers, by playing songs off the release and inviting an all-star local lineup of bands to play their favorite covers.

>4.22 Updates: connections, bands, and members pages
Official Terry Lee Hale site added to connections, Poison Idea added to bands list, Spys4Darwin, Bastard (Courtney Love project) info added to members page.

>4.19 triple cycle theory upgraded to v. 3.0

As you can see the site has been redesigned again. More design changes forthcoming.

>4.19 Pearl Jam DVD release delayed to 5/1
The release date of the highly anticipated Pearl Jam DVD "Touring Band 2001" has been pushed back to May 1. Members of the Ten Club can order their DVDs through the fan club as of April 17.

>4.19 AIC members start new side project
Former Alice In Chains bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney have formed a new group with former Queensryche guitarist Chris DeGarmo dubbed Spys4Darwin. A debut EP entitled "Microfiche" is expected to be released by the group in May through their official website http://www.spys4darwin.com/. Info from PRP.com.

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