You're right on the money in terms of the inspiration for the name. Pick
up "The Stanton Sessions" and the liner notes will state this. It makes
Too bad I won't be able to catch them live in L.A. A good time to be
have, I hope, by those who are able to see them here stateside.
Tom Giles wrote:
> I have noticed a few manhole covers with Stanton Warrior here
> (UK). I did think that they might have seen one and thought that it
> would be a great name, given that what being a Stanton Warrior
> means in terms of djing!
> On 14 Mar 2002, at 18:16, adario wrote:
> From: "adario" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: RE: Original Pirate Material
> Date sent: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 18:16:22 -0500
> > that's a great description! it definitely detracts from the mix. on
> > first listen, i thought it was an acapella train wreck.
> > speaking of the stanton sessions, i just read a review at cdnow that
> > claims that they got the name from "the largest manhole cover company
> > in England". mm, ok. nothing to do with the cartridges then?
> > a dario
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