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Your Nightmare Music Cruise

Monday, August 06, 2012 - 03:39 PM

Rock cruises are in the air, we mean, sea. Whether it's the newly announced Coachella Cruise, Stephen Colbert's Concert Cruise (aka, StePhest Colbchella '012 - Rocktaugustfest) or the Mayhem Metal Cruise, it's all about boat-based music these days.

For an upcoming episode of Soundcheck, we need your help! Have you ever been on (or played) a music cruise? What was your experience? And -- we want to hear what your nightmare cruise would be. Name a band you would NOT want to be stuck on a boat with!

Leave a note here, or write to us at soundcheck@wnyc.org.

Below, watch a video with Noisevox's John Norris, from The Bruise Cruise, an indie/garage rock cruise that sailed for its second year in February 2012:

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Comments [3]

band4lifetx

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Aug. 15 2012 06:36 AM
bill from Broonlyn

G.G. Allin for obvious reasons.

Aug. 08 2012 10:54 AM
Andrew from Brooklyn, NY

That's easy - I wouldn't want to be stuck on a boat with Train. Nor would I want to be on a train with them, or a bus, or plane.

Aug. 06 2012 07:14 PM

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