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post Dec 13 2005, 11:33 AM
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Robert Plant last night . He was excellent, sadly the crowd wasn't. I have never seen so many miserable arms crossed faces in my life. Supposed to be a home town gig as well. At least I got drunk.
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post Dec 13 2005, 07:06 PM
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Doves on Sunday night. Was cracking, apart from when the guitarist's guitar broke at t he beginning of one of the songs. Apart from that, the set was brilliant, opening with Snowdon. Beautiful. The only disappointment was that they didn't play the old Sub Sub classic, 'There Ain't No Love'. That would've been the best.
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post Dec 14 2005, 01:29 PM
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Ben Folds, last night at Brixton Academy. A few little changes, including more old Ben Folds Five material, but essentially the same show as I saw in Leicester a few months back. Brilliant stuff. I love this man waaay too much. Being at the Academy meant that a shorty like myself had to keep trying to shift around and see through gaps, and the crowdedness meant my knees were locked and a bit hurty by the end...but I didn't care.

As last time, he had the audience singing the brass section to Army and the harmonies in Not The Same, and they did their thoroughly amusing and wonderfully melodic cover of Dre's Bitches Ain't Shit. "This song is for anyone who's ever been in jail. And then while they were in jail found out that their girlfriend, who's a prostitute, is sleeping with their cousin." I tried to record some of it for Hobbes, but it sounds a bit rubbish.
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post Dec 16 2005, 03:51 PM
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I went to see Coldplay at Earl's Court on Wednesday. Absolutely fantastic!!!
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post Dec 16 2005, 03:57 PM
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Check the review thread, Foo Fighters on Wednesday, bleedin awesome!
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post Dec 16 2005, 06:17 PM
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The Human League last night at Brighton Dome! Enjoyed myself with lots of hand clapping and the odd sing a long biggrin.gif Many people I speak too don't know that they are still going laugh.gif

Nothing else on the gig radar for now sad.gif
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post Dec 19 2005, 11:01 AM
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QUOTE (Comedy Dave @ Dec 16 2005, 06:17 PM)
The Human League last night at Brighton Dome! Enjoyed myself with lots of hand clapping and the odd sing a long biggrin.gif Many people I speak too don't know that they are still going laugh.gif

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Nor did I! I thought they packed up about 10 years ago laugh.gif
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post Dec 19 2005, 02:33 PM
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Saw blood island raiders, scissorfight and orange goblin on friday. Damn fine gig I say, damn fine! It was the goblins 10th year anniversary gig so it was pretty lively!
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post Jan 12 2006, 12:56 PM
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saw the horrorpops/dead pets recently.
Got stiff little fingers coming up soon, should be ace.
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post Jan 17 2006, 07:37 PM
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Bad Religion Drum Competition real fun stuff. Slammn n da pit. Saw Travis Barker and Adrian Young at the same competition doing a duel set, basically taking turns playing back and forth. It was cool as shit.
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post Jan 19 2006, 11:28 AM
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The スミス (sumisu)

A rather ace little Japanese Morrissey tribute act.
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post Jan 19 2006, 12:55 PM
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EDIT: OOPS WRONG THREAD

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post Jan 21 2006, 08:08 AM
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Just got back in from The Headhunters, and my ears are still ringing a little... Great show, though! $10 for 3 hours' worth of some of the funkiest jazz-fusion you'll ever hear, with longtime Headhunters drummer Mike Clark and percussionist Bill Summers leading an amazingly capable quintet filled out by bassist George Porter, Jr, saxophonist Donald Harrison, and organist Jerry Z. Man, Porter's got more funk in his little finger than I have in my entire body, and Mike Clark is an absolutely awe-inspiring drummer.

I got there early enough to get a spot to stand right up near the edge of the stage, in a club with a capacity of about 218, and I stood right there at the edge for as much of the show as I could manage, until I was finally jostled away by some drunken 18-year-old college girls who wanted to shake their respective groove thangs with their boyfriends, in the spot I was trying to stand in. Oh well.

The opening act played for about an hour, some local jazz quintet, but, man, their trumpet-playing leader was noticeably the weakest link. He'd only play the occasional rythym line, never soloed, and tended to stick with a few safe notes, rather than go off on a wild adventure of scales and triplets like his saxophonist, guitarist, and keyboardist. Most of the people in the club seemed to have turned out for these guys, though; must be from the same dorm.

All in all, a darn good evening, even if $4.25 for a 12 oz bottle of local beer is highway robbery...
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post Jan 25 2006, 12:16 AM
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Fall out boy tonight, twas okay, saw bens sister who seemed to have a good time, glad to find she doesnt hate me. Erm....yeah now i feel gross, im jealous of you Danc, i wanna go see stiff little fingers. sad.gif
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post Jan 25 2006, 01:04 PM
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Went to see The Sunshine Underground last night, a Shrewsbury-born Leeds band who are quite loud and shouty yet also bouncy. It was my first time at Fibbers in York (a strange little place) but I really enjoyed the gig. Go and see them if you can, I think "Commercial Breakdown" is getting a lot of play on 6Music at the moment.
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