Jocko Podcast 105 w/ Echo Charles: "We Were Soldiers Once... And Young"
nul & niks
Methods and Techniques for Integrating the Biological Variable "Sex" in Preclinical Research - AM
The U.S. Fiscal Crisis: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Panel Discussion
The Great Gildersleeve: The Matchmaker / Leroy Runs Away / Auto Mechanics
The Pilot EP was the first official release by British rock band Reuben. This recording was with the original Reuben line up, including Mark Lawton on drums. It was recorded in the summer of 2000 at Backline studios in Guildford with ex Redwood guitarist Rob Blackham. The band had met Rob at Guildford festival, where he urged them to record a demo of some sort, so they set about recording five songs in four days. The EP was released on the Badmusic label in January 2001. The initial run was of 500 copies, which sold out fairly fast, but it is regularly repressed and is available at shows and by mail order. It was reviewed in Kerrang! by members of Taproot, and received a KKKK rating, despite being described as 'cheesey' by the singer.