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08/07/03 01:52 PM
Re: Warren the Bat-Spider new [re: StrangeDrugs]  

i'm off to see Blue and LibertyX in a few weeks, 'nuff said!!!

(cracked actor)
08/07/03 01:55 PM
Re: Warren the Bat-Spider new [re: -ANON-]  

Oh, good news, BMRC is comming back to Detroit in September. Anyone wanna go with me?

I should've quit when I was a Head.

(cracked actor)
08/23/03 01:45 AM
Re: Warren the Bat-Spider new [re: StrangeDrugs]  

Saw The Tea Party last night in Montreal. They were bloody amazing! The show lasted 2h50min (there was a 20 minute break, so they played for 2 hours and a half!), which was pretty impressive. I was happily surprised when they did a cover of 'Heroes'!


There will always be a space in my parking lot
When you need a little coke and sympathy

08/25/03 05:45 AM
Not That Much My Cup new [re: revidescent]  

In reply to:

Saw The Tea Party last night in Montreal.

I didn't know they were still around. I bought their debut album when it came out (must have been some 8 or 10 years ago), I listned to it about three times, found it quite average and more or less forgot about them. I am quite surprised they survived.

And I want to believe
In the madness that calls 'now'

(wild eyed peoploid)
08/25/03 02:13 PM
Re: Not That Much My Cup new [re: EJSunday]  

They played SARS Stock as one of the afternoon bands. I found them less than interesting.

Well ain't that poster love?

(electric tomato)
08/25/03 02:48 PM
Re: Not That Much My Cup new [re: darkling74]  

I'm off to see the Sex Pistols in Toronto tonight. It's gonna be great.

Inconsiderate and uncultured, that's an educated edge!

(electric tomato)
08/25/03 05:25 PM
Re: Not That Much My Cup new [re: RealThing]  

Let's see...

I went to the Doors a while back...I got to sing "Soul Kitchen" on stage with them.

The White Stripes put on one hell of a fucking good show. Something like 32 songs in an hour and a half. It took McCartney 3 hours to play that many songs.

Mr. Young...BJ Thomas...some local bands around Houston (H-Town, as I call it)...that's about it recently.

Peace with Love

10/24/03 04:50 PM
Local Heroes With A Triple E new [re: johnnysitar]  

I went to see Berlin's finest and it was major: SEEED played the Columbia Hall and proved the impossible - because a Reggae/Dancehall act of pure extra class is not what one would expect from this country. Even with a few non-Germans included. Not at all. But they did it. 11 (!) guys from the Capital delivering their fantastic mix of Jamaican groove, Dancehall/HipHop vocals, Big Beats and brilliant pop tunes with an unbelivable cool touch that sent the packed place flying. Myself included.

Seeed have grown into a major crowd pulling force here with two consecutive sold out nights of 3500 people each. And they could have done even more I think - probably even rivalling Mr. Bowie here in Berlin these days. But they learned from last year's mistake when they checked into the much bigger "Arena" and sold the 7000 tickets within a blink. But they failed to ignite the place and went back to the cosiness and intimacy of the Columbia Hall for their biggest triumph to date. Good move. Great Band. And when they played their steamy Berlin anthem "Dickes B" (Fat B ) the sun shone even brighter in the middle of a brilliant Berlin night.

And I want to believe
In the madness that calls 'now'

(cracked actor)
10/24/03 05:17 PM
Rubber ones [re: johnnysitar]  


Yes! One for me!

Make a dream come true, give me money so that I can go see Daddy's concert.

(stardust savant)
10/26/03 05:44 PM
before the dirty 3 there was Venus in Furs..... [re: Wraith2]  

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Among the most surprising moments were discovering that, the violinist, Warren Ellis was to take most of Blixa's guitar parts (which really added a new dimension to the songs) and that Nick can still scream like a banshee when the mood strikes him

I still find Warren Ellis's international success amazing. I mean, he deserves every bit of it cos he's a superb musician, but I remember when he used to be a good mate of my husband's and when the Dirty Three recorded their first album in my mate's home studio in his spare room!! Nick is touring here too, but I think I'll be missing out this time around.

The Tea Party are hugely successful in Australia for some reason. They tour here a lot though they're not really my cup of tea.

Last weekend I missed Lamb which I'm spewing about because apparently the show was just amazing. But it was sold out by the time I got to Melbourne.

I went to see Andromeda though, a Melbourne band many of you wont' have heard, but Aussie's may have heard on JJJ. It was an EP launch for their gorgeous single "Something White and Sigmund". It's funny, I've been out of Melbourne for nearly 13 years, but the scene hasn't changed that much, I still run into the same old people at gigs. I find it a bit of a worry actually, they're doing exactly the same old thing after all this time, while for me it's a big night out in the big smoke!!

I think I'll go and see the Beasts of Bourbon this week, dead set legends that they are. I did catch Kim Salmon doing a tune for ABC radio in the Spiegeltent last week. Jeez I love being back in the city. Now I've just got to get a job to afford it

Bowie touring Australia?
....for who can bear to be forgotten

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