Sonic's Rendezvous Band (album)
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''Sonic's Rendezvous Band'' is a 2006 release box set by Sonic's Rendezvous Band under the UK label Easy Action. The remaining band members contributed to the box as well as Fred "Sonic" Smith's estate. The Box includes three previously unreleased live shows, the previous release ''Sweet Nothing'' in its entirety, several tracks from the ''City Slang'' release, a collection of basement tapes and other live material, as well as the studio recorded single "City Slang" and its intended b-side "Electrophonic Tonic".()
David Fricke, Senior Editor of ''Rolling Stone'', stated in the review of this box set that it "comes with its own controversy" over whether it was approved by all involved. Record label Easy Action asserts on its Web site that the release was approved by the surviving band members and by Fred Smith's wife and children. The release is also advertised in (Scott Morgan's website ). In the interests of balance it should be pointed out that Fricke added: "I'm not taking sides. I just want as much of the best of this band as I can get, in good faith and quality. Right now, this is what I have. And I am playing it. Loud".
However, the (band's ex-road manager's website ) states that it wasn't approved at all, neither by band members nor by the heirs of Fred Smith. The statements, made by Freddie Brooks, disregard the box set as a "fraudulent release" (sic). Brooks said his own website would be re-launched in October 2006, with re-issues of two previously-available CDs and a new three-disc box set, but this has failed to materialise.
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