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  1. Jay Careaga on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 08:10

    THIS is THE SHIT!!!

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    • Cheryl Milonopoulos
      March 26, 2016 @ 14:11

      Indeed it is!
      Great sound from the drums on “Bones”. Was that Jeff or Vinnie on that one? Awesome as always guitar solo, too.
      Really enjoyed the bass and keyboard solos on Dismemberment.

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  2. Jay Careaga on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 08:12

    Actually recorded at the Record Plant.

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  3. Sune Schack on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 08:36

    Yeahhhhhh! The best…

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  4. Bob Michalson on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 17:20

    Yes, The Record Plant

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  5. Jan Lücker on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 17:24

    According the book it’s the Complex..that’s the same?

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  6. Jan Lücker on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 17:25

    It’s corrected on the website, thx guys

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  7. Jay Careaga on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 17:25

    I remembered the wrong studio my bad.

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  8. Jan Lücker on Facebook
    July 16, 2015 @ 17:30

    I was wrong too, no worries 😉

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  9. Bob Michalson
    October 11, 2015 @ 03:54

    I would like to comment on the Lobotomy album that was done in 89′ never was a lukather or intended to be a luke project. It was done by the Traveling Lobotomy gang made of a roving cast of members who filled in for each other an d played at the Baked potato, La La Vee, Palamino Club, etc. in the mid to late 80’s with Carlos, Jeff, Vinnie, trading off on drums, Luke or Landau on Guitars, Pena, Will Lee, Jimmy Johnson on Bass, Brandon Fieldls, Larry Klimas on Sax filling in when needed, etc. and of course David Garfielfd on drums. After Jeff’s passing, Luke took a stronger role in the Lobotomy band and wrote songs with Creatchy, Pena, Simon Phillips (who had took Jeff’s place in toto) and the Candyman album came out in 94′. The band did touring off and on until 98′. then went back into there other projects, etc. A lawsuit between Luke and Simon against Creatchy and Pena Split the band for good when Garfield and Pena released the “Los Lobotomys” – Official Bootleg in 2000′ or so without Luke and Simon’s consent. A lawsuit ensued and Bad Blood Spoiled over and Luke and Simon’s part of the Lobotomys came to a close. The four didn’t play or talk to each other for years and after awhile things were smoother over between them, but the original Lobotomys with Luke, Simon, Garfield and Pena never did play again to this day. Thanks

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  10. Bob Michalson
    October 11, 2015 @ 03:56

    I meant David Garfield on Keyboards and Synth. Sorry for the Mistake above on the Lobotomy reply. If i could edit it, i would.

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  11. Bob Michalson
    October 11, 2015 @ 03:58

    Would the administration please remove my “double posts” about the record plant i put on 4 or so times to one please. Thanks for a great site Jan.

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    • admin
      October 11, 2015 @ 19:41

      Thank you! The double posts are deleted.

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  12. Charles
    December 20, 2015 @ 12:07

    A sunday evening in september 86, i saw luke, jeff, mathieson and nathan east playing at the baked under the name of Los Lobotomys. They played most of the “baked potato super live”, plus the Lobotomys record version of All blues. Before the show, Luke and Jeff were talking with a Japanese guy, maybe about the recording of Lobotomys… They played again at our GIT thanksgiving party at the Palace on Vine, with Pena on bass.

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