Reviewed by: Stewart Voegtlin
Reviewed on: 2007-10-29

Posted 10/29/2007 - 08:22:05 AM by armadillo:
 As a person who can be rather "loud," so to speak, I have to say I'm sorry you have to hear people over-theorize a band as down-to-Earth as Charalambides. I saw them in the summer and Christina Carter indeed did pronounced it shar-AH-lom-BIDES. Actually the audience was the most quiet (I'm being literal now) that I've ever seen. Anyways, looking forward to checking this out
Posted 10/29/2007 - 08:35:56 AM by diemythtruth:
 ask a cypriot how to pronounce it.
Posted 10/29/2007 - 08:41:47 AM by dubidet:
 I want to move wherever you live, armadillo. Honestly, I thought it was prnounced: shar-AH-lom-buh-dees. I looks Greek.
Posted 10/29/2007 - 09:37:33 AM by boilingboy:
 It's pronounced "Shar-a-LAM-bi-dees". It refers to a character from an old Charlie Chan movie, Dr. Charalambides. Yes, it is Greek.
Posted 10/29/2007 - 01:19:55 PM by florenz6:
 I saw the "Tschäralämbeits" in London during the Football World Championchip in London, in this really great small prize-winning independant club, I forgot the name. The perfomance was intense.
Posted 10/29/2007 - 01:25:55 PM by florenz6:
 Ahh.It was "The Luminaire´s" on Kilburn High Str. Hope ya know how to pronounce that?
Posted 10/29/2007 - 01:33:50 PM by dubidet:
 Nothin' is certain; everythin' is permissable.