Ive got tickets for the Who at Knowsley Hall!!! Cant wait the Coral and the View are on too!
you have very good English for a Malaysian! Wish I could talk Malaysian but the language I really wanna talk is Spanish, just so I could be friends with the Spainsh Rafalution. Nah really I like Spanish because it sounds nice.Anyway im drifting away I got bad habit of that, I hope you had a good birthday I didn't know you had it
Last Friday was my 21st birthday and I got the best birthday presents ever and it was from my cousin :- Tickets to a Muse concert right here in Malaysia! It was their first time here in our country and we don't actually have lots of concerts from international artistes so since Muse came here I surely couldn't miss it! And darn it, they were brilliant, simply brilliant! Anyone else here is a Muse fan and has been toa any of their shows? God, the sounds of that night are still ringing in my head... Hysteriaaaa!
Keane were good last night. Pity it was in Manchester but never mind. Apparently their biggest gig they have ever done on their own.Good set, good atmos. Well run that Arena. Football stadia could learn a lot. No queues to get a beer. About a million staff on hand. All for less than the cost of a footie ticket. And I am sure they turn a profit even after giving most of the money to the bands.... Liverpool should be rolling in it.
Anyone here a fan of Bloc Party? They're one of my fave bands at the moment, and it would be brilliant to be able to watch them? Anyone seen 'em live before? Lucky people..
Glenbuck you musical beast you!! Been to some good gigs haven't you mate! Apart from a lot of obvious ones, I personally would have loved to see Flock Of Seaguls!!But the only one I was at on your list was Creamfields 2002. As well as seeing Faithless and Underworld there, I also seen Grandmaster Flash, Kosheen, Layo & Bushwacka, SASHA!!!, Deep Dish......and many more but it's a bit hazey now thinking back.Is anyone going to Glastonbury this year? Next week isn't it?I'm going to the V Festival and doing the whole camping thing. Any helpful tips anyone? Gonna try see as many bands as possible. My priority is to see Kasabian though.
Afternoon Kenny, A flock of seagulls where meant to be on in Liverpool last December as I bought tickets, unfortunately I was the only one who did so they cancelled. I'm not doing Glasto but that doesn't stop me wetting myself waiting for it to start, bbc3 usually do such extensive coverage that you dont usually miss many of the bands. Make sure you watch the Killers set and tell me what you think of Arcade fire if you can catch them, other bands I cant wait to see are the Artics,the Enemy,Editors and Biffy Clyro.When we camped at Reading the first tip was to get to the site as soon as your allowed on as you will be short on decent pitches if your late, NEVER camp within 50 yards of the chemical bogs as although they smell ok when you get there by the end of the weekend they smell like a Moroccan market. Bring as much as you can food,drink and hygiene wise as they will charge you an arm and a leg in the site shops.Oh take a torch, first year at Reading we didn't and had to do Matrix style manouvres to get round other tents without tripping over the lines as it was pitch black!
MsGerrard and Smigger I cant believe that neither of you saw the Osmonds or went to see the Bay city Rollers with your half mast kecks platform shoes and tartan scarves on your wrists, I know I did didn't.
I was a mad Bay City Rollers fan with my tartan trousers and scarf, and best of all my Woody jumper that my Mum knitted for me, what a sight I must have looked!!!