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Time for a rant now. I've had an idea which I intend to expand upon in upcoming entries. Maybe it's not the most factual concept ever committed to words, but it might be entertaining.

There has been no greater cultural innovation of the 20th century than the electric guitar. Those who deride may well snort their, well, derision. However, the truth will out and all must agree that the electric guitar can be thanked for almost all that is good (and bad) in our Western society. This has been true since it's popularisation in the 1950s. I - as a fair and unbiased writer - will own up to my incredible bias right now. I could start fires with my bias. If the Earth ever ground to a halt, my bias could re initiate its inertia (and as there is no such thing as perpetual motion it may very well...it seems that one day you'll thank me). I love the guitar. It has been a corner-stone of my existence since my parents bought me my first nylon-stringed acoustic on my seventh Christmas. I have a vivid memory of my father sitting me at a piano and helping me tune up and try my first note. It was an F... anyway, this is neither here nor there. Just so we know where we stand.

So soon you will know. Bands like ours are shaping the world. Stay tuned, jockeys!

RHR

Hey Jockeys!
The plan is simple: Write and release. We're 5 tracks in (if you've listened to Panacea don't get attached, it'll be changing soon). Hoping that soon enough we'll have a good list of 6 tracks that's worthy of your ears and good enough to play live.
The idea behind Rocking Horse Race in it's formation and game-plan is different to many local unsigned bands. Most work out a few songs - perhaps enough for a support slot - and start gigging. Soon after the band sorts out things like recording tracks, identity and direction. This is not how we have been doing it. The author of this blog has been in a number of bands who have began in this fashion and has found it to be very much the 'round about' way of doing things. Time for a change.
So what Rocking Horse Race has set out to do is to firstly get a sound and direction. There may be differences between the songs, granted, in terms of genre and intensity. We don't, however, want to play what sounds like a one-song set. We don't want you, Jockeys, to be bored to tears by our EP (I understand that we don't actually have any Jockeys yet but ya never know).
Where we are now is in the recording stage. So we'll get our tunes down on a disc so you have something to remember us by once you've seen us live. Which is the next step. Merch and whatnot can wait, but music is now and we need something solid behind us before we inflict it upon your opinions. Thus far we have four tracks we're keen on and one (Panacea) which we will be loving soon enough.
Anyhow, that's enough for now. Much love to you all.

RHR
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