After two great years of music making and touring I have decided to dissolve the band Ghost of the Robot. This was not an easy decision to make but one that was thought out thoroughly with consideration to you, the amazing fans and my amazing band mates. There are no bad feelings or creative differences that lead to this decision. I have always given 100% of myself to my craft and I felt that the band and the fans would suffer now that I will be devoting all my time to new film and television projects since Buffy and Angel are no longer in production. Please know how much I have appreciated everyones support of me and of the band. I hope that you will continue to support me in my future film and television projects. This decision will not affect me participating in or attending any conventions. I love the feedback I get from my fans and look forward the next time I see you.
All my best,
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Bet it was because he realised that without the Buffy/Angel fandom he would never sell another ticket/cd. They really were pants, weren't they?
Posted: 13:49 Jun 18 2004
PictureOfFlowers "When things are at their darkest, it's a brave man that can kick back and party." - Lt. Tuck Pendleton, Innerspace
I quite liked them. James really impressed me as a frontman, mostly by how un-showbizzy he seemed. He appeared to be genuinely touched by the applause and cheers from the crowd. I think it's a shame that they've split up so early in their career, but hey, I guess that's rock n' roll...
Posted: 23:45 Jun 18 2004
Biff "This is the stuff, absolute mayhem". Joe Strummer
I think their pretty good, not exactly the Clash, but then who is you know?