Ten Things With Lee Gaze - Part One

Monday sees the release of fourth Lostprophets album The Betrayed and to mark the release, Lostprophets guitarist Lee Gaze has given The Music Fix a brief insight into what makes him tick in the tidy form of lists.

First up is his personal lists of ten things he loves and ten things he hates and you can visit The Music Fix tomorrow to find out ten things you might not know about him and his top ten musical influences.

1. My family.
2. My boys in Lostprophets.

3. The World Wide Web.
4. Space and its mysteries.
5. Horror movies.

6. Video games.
7. Shopping for new clothes (Selfridges especially).
8. Top Gear.

9. Good coffee.
10. Tokyo.

1. The Beautiful South.

2. The Internet.
3. Politics (or a lack of).
4. Sport.
5. Lists about things you love/hate.
6. The price of Blu Rays.

7. Traffic.
8. Complacency and a lack of passion.
9. Internet acronyms.
10. People with no manners.

The Betrayed was recorded in several locations and studios in Los Angeles, with a few false starts where the band scrapped various recordings with different producers. Eventually, a trip back to their native Wales and original rehearsal rooms in Cardiff saw the group re-invigorated and energised and on their return to the US things came together quickly. Bassist Stuart Richardson took on production and mixing duties alongside Justin Hopfer, with whom he’d previously worked with on Welsh rock act Attack Attack, for the first time.

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