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Reply #660 : December 16, 2011, 10:03:23 AM »
Great stuff, KB. Seen them a couple of times but not for a long long time. Last time was on the Design for Life album tour.

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Reply #661 : December 16, 2011, 10:13:25 AM »
Got a feeling myself this could be their final gig.

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Reply #662 : December 16, 2011, 10:31:51 AM »
Got a feeling myself this could be their final gig.

The plan if for them is to have a couple of years off and then come back for what Nicky Wire called the last phase of their career.

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Reply #663 : December 16, 2011, 01:16:46 PM »
The plan if for them is to have a couple of years off and then come back for what Nicky Wire called the last phase of their career.


Fingers crossed!

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Reply #664 : December 16, 2011, 02:49:39 PM »
Well, Diego.

4x tickets worked out at £214 once fees have been applied.

So that's £53.50 per ticket!  :o

On the plus side, I'm going!!

Nice one! £53.50 is approximately R$154, which is more or less what I paid to see them live too. It's expensive but Pearl Jam are totally worth it!

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Reply #665 : June 21, 2012, 11:48:33 AM »
Went to see Pearl Jam in Manchester last night. A lot of singers start to lose their voice over time (Chris Cornell, Axl Rose etc) but Eddie Vedder still sounds the same as he did 15 years ago, absolutely amazing.

I'm very jealous but must admit, I'd be a little disappointed that 'Release' wasn't on that list.


It was the first song of the set last night  8)

Here is the full setlist:

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/pearl-jam/2012/manchester-arena-manchester-england-2bdf1c76.html

As an added bonus, there were limited edition prints for sale for this date only by one of my favourite artists, Jeoff Soto. I was determined not to buy any merch but the missus treated me to this as I originally bought the tickets and drove this time. It's a proper print (you can feel the raised print) on thick, heavy paper. Well chuffed.


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Reply #666 : June 21, 2012, 11:51:54 AM »
Went to see Pearl Jam in Manchester last night. A lot of singers start to lose their voice over time (Chris Cornell, Axl Rose etc) but Eddie Vedder still sounds the same as he did 15 years ago, absolutely amazing.

It was the first song of the set last night  8)

Here is the full setlist:

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/pearl-jam/2012/manchester-arena-manchester-england-2bdf1c76.html

As an added bonus, there were limited edition prints for sale for this date only by one of my favourite artists, Jeoff Soto. I was determined not to buy any merch but the missus treated me to this as I originally bought the tickets and drove this time. It's a proper print (you can feel the raised print) on thick, heavy paper. Well chuffed.





F***ing Awesome.

Good gig then yeah...

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Reply #667 : June 21, 2012, 11:58:49 AM »
Brilliant mate, yeah. I'll admit there were a couple of very long instrumentals (one in the middle of Even Flow) which were a bit self-indulgent but other than that, faultless. Glad they played Release first, it was easier to take that way, I didn't cry or anything haha. The other tracks from Ten all went down particularly well with the entire crowd singing along, he may as well have let us lot sing Black!

The missus is into sh*t music usually and her last concert was Westlife(!!) so I don't think she really knew what to expect, even though I'd played  her plenty of PJ. She was gobsmacked by Vedder's voice.

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Reply #668 : June 21, 2012, 12:02:04 PM »
Brilliant mate, yeah. I'll admit there were a couple of very long instrumentals (one in the middle of Even Flow) which were a bit self-indulgent but other than that, faultless. Glad they played Release first, it was easier to take that way, I didn't cry or anything haha. The other tracks from Ten all went down particularly well with the entire crowd singing along, he may as well have let us lot sing Black!

The missus is into sh*t music usually and her last concert was Westlife(!!) so I don't think she really knew what to expect, even though I'd played  her plenty of PJ. She was gobsmacked by Vedder's voice.

He's a machine Vedder.

Gutted I couldn't go. My mate went along to it but between Le Mans and my young lads birthday, on the day of the concert, it was a push too far.
Set-list looks almost perfect.

Maybe next time.


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First two nights going to sleep I got some f**king horrible spasm/cramps in my chest and had to force myself to wake up.

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Reply #669 : June 21, 2012, 12:13:48 PM »
 :-\ You ok now?

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Reply #670 : June 21, 2012, 12:28:07 PM »

I'll tell you if it doesn't happen tonight.
That's what happens when you stop taking tablets cause you'll be drinking all weekend.
Mind you Jager and Red Bull, Monster to keep me awake driving through France...
Probably not the best combination.

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Reply #671 : June 21, 2012, 12:47:34 PM »
Ahhm... no, not really!

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Reply #672 : June 21, 2012, 12:52:42 PM »

Obviously not all three together.
I suppose if you drink Jager for 2 out of 3 nights out along with Red Bull it's asking for trouble.
Only had a few beers on the Sunday before driving back on Monday morning.

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Reply #673 : August 21, 2012, 10:29:22 AM »
Off to catch The Foos, Black Keys and Cribs shortly... tomorrow it's The Stone Roses. Sweet.  :angel:
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Reply #674 : August 21, 2012, 06:02:05 PM »
Off to the Roses gig myself tomorrow.

Wanted to go to both but just couldn't afford it.

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Reply #675 : August 22, 2012, 12:53:17 PM »
I thought this was a good piece by Radio 4's Joe Dunthorne.

I've been in some pretty mental moshpits for bands such as Biohazard and Sick of it All and come out battered and bruised from flailing elbows, feet and fists but he's right, there is a mutual respect in there and you look after each other. If someone is deliberately being a dick then he's soon made aware of it!

Judging by the age of the writer, I'm assuming he means Green Day as they used to be, the punk band that used to swear and sing about masturbation, not the modern, politically outspoken pop group.

Viewpoint: Mosh pits and lessons for life

At a sweaty gig, a little mutual tolerance goes a long way. Joe Dunthorne explains why we ought to apply a little more mosh pit psychology to our day-to-day lives.

The first gig I went to was at the Brixton Academy. I was 13 and my escort for the night was my older sister's boyfriend Glyn.

He was more of an idol to me than the members of Green Day, the band on stage, and taught me how to crowd-surf.

Linking his hands together to make a step, he helped launch me on to the crowd. Since I was skinny and wore baggy clothes - maximum surface area, minimum weight - I was tossed easily around.

My parents had shown great faith in Glyn by giving him sole responsibility for my safety. As I flapped around, he fought through the crowd to guard me.

It's easy to see why I loved him. He must have known that if he returned from this concert with just a bloodied hoodie where a younger brother had been, his chances of ever seeing my sister again might take a dive.

I was lobbed towards the stage and finally fell headfirst into the densest part of the crowd. What a shame to die under the feet of strangers whose heads I have recently kicked before Green Day have even played their new single.

And yet, moments later, I found the same strangers held back the crowd to give me space, others were pulling me upright, dusting me down, and one man was encouraging me to join him in some righteous air-drumming. For the next hour, I was part of a community.

It was not all friendly, or all painless, but it was underpinned by a spirit of mutual tolerance. When I stepped from the venue and had another human being's blood on my T-shirt, I understood that person's sacrifice had been for something worthwhile.

It is my belief that we ought to apply a little more mosh pit psychology to our day-to-day lives.

In my experience of punk crowds, it is considered absolutely standard procedure to push someone away when they are annoying. If you are ska-dancing in steel-toecap boots with your elbows like scythes, then it's a given you'll get shoved. If you go on someone's shoulders, expect abuse from those whose view you're blocking.

If you faint, however, then those around you will lift you above their heads and pass your limp body forward to the security guys. These are self-policing zones - and the social lubricant is a kind of anti-sensitivity.

Nobody gets too upset by things that are annoying, and nobody gets too angry when they're told to shut the hell up.

By contrast, look what happens when I allow my sense of entitlement to become inflated.

"Welcome to the quiet carriage" - words that transform me into a restless, noise-hypersensitive pedant with no basic social skills. I glance at someone typing too loudly then I glance, really hard, at the tiny sign that says they should be considerate.

I seethe but I never communicate.

This happens in shared houses too. I quietly hate the housemate who leaves their Marmite knife stuck to the kitchen counter. Or worse, I leave a passive aggressive but non-specific note: "Please leave this space as you would like to find it."

But in the psychology of the rock crowd, when someone stamps on my toes, I say: "Woah, mate, you are standing on my feet."

It's simple. I don't know why I find this kind of communication so difficult in day-to-day life.

My neighbours wake me playing party hip-hop at 3am. Either I say something or I stay up all night staring furiously at the wall, preparing the putdowns I will never use, carrying that resentment for years to come.

The flipside is that if I am loudly playing my Rocket from the Crypt records I can't help but imagine my neighbours - like me - silently fuming, and that spoils my fun. If only we had an understanding that we were both willing to complain, when necessary.

It would be better for everyone. I could listen to my music loudly, without guilt, because I'd know that if I was upsetting someone they'd let me know

To be a positive part of a quiet carriage or a shared house or a mosh pit or any other community, we need to make our feelings known in a way that is not invested with years of frustration. We should be publicly discontented more, in small ways, every day.

Some people just don't realise how annoying they are - you can't hate them for that. One person's quiet is another's noisy. One person's air-drumming is another's fistfight.

By the same token, we need to practise being told off. The older we get, the less capable we are of taking criticism. Think of all the great writers who have gradually lost it as they've become more touchy about having their work critiqued, and think of all the great editors who have become more and more scared of suggesting corrections.

Social friction takes practice. One of the iconic images of the London riots was of a woman berating the rioters - in a likeable, motherly way - as they looted all around her.

I can vividly remember the first time I asked a boy to put his ice-cream wrapper in the bin. He was not a physical threat, being probably seven years old. But little did he know he represented a lifetime of grievances.

As my body flooded with adrenalin, he cheerfully put the wrapper in the bin. It felt good. But that euphoria is not a helpful emotion. I should not feel victorious. And if he had turned to me and said "get a grip, grandad", then I should have been able to take that on board too.

To return to the mosh pit, a little shove in the back to let the guy in front know that you've got a mouthful of hair from his headbanging - it's nothing. But it takes practice to take the emotion out of it, for it not to be about winning or losing.

I hope, in the fullness of time, to be able to ask a teenager to stop playing music on their phone without having heart palpitations. I hope to receive complaints about my cycling style with humility and good humour.

Finally, on a more practical note, if you have complained and found a problem still unresolved, there is a practical solution which may help. A way to stem rage before it becomes debilitating.

The following cheap, plastic item is a solution to many problems.

Earplugs.

The quiet carriage, neighbours playing dubstep, housemates having sex, morons yapping about nothing on their mobiles, all are solved by cheap bits of rubbery goo. Proof, if any were needed, that we should look to rock concerts for our social values - they hand out free earplugs at the bar.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19335267
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Reply #676 : August 22, 2012, 01:29:01 PM »
Wanted to go to both but just couldn't afford it.


It was loud.  :action-smiley-035:

Foo Fighters concert provokes noise complaints

A Foo Fighters concert held in Belfast on Tuesday has provoked noise complaints after being reportedly heard 15 miles away in Ballynahinch, County Down.

SDLP councillor Claire Hanna said she had received calls from constituents last night.

"It was exceptionally loud. I welcome that we have concerts of this level... but we do have to balance it with the right of people to enjoy a quiet night at home," she said.

... Businesswoman Grainne McGarvey said she, too, could hear the music from her home about four miles away.

"I pretty much heard every ooh and ah and beat of the drum," she said.



"I was actually offered a ticket for the concert but I turned it down as I'm not a big fan of the Foo Fighters but I still managed to hear the entire thing.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-19340766

... but there's some yappy fuckers about.  >:D
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Reply #677 : August 22, 2012, 02:07:15 PM »
"I was actually offered a ticket for the concert but I turned it down as I'm not a big fan of the Foo Fighters but I still managed to hear the entire thing.

Lucky bi*ch. Free tunes.



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Reply #678 : August 22, 2012, 02:09:17 PM »
Not sure if I mentioned it on here or not.
Saw RHCP without Fruscianti.

Good but completely different.
Massive loss on lead guitar, but it almost
became the Flea and Chad show.
Most of the song carried a more drum and bass
feel. Good for the night but nowhere near as
good as they sounded in Slane.

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Reply #679 : August 22, 2012, 03:28:38 PM »
Not sure if I mentioned it on here or not.

Yeah you did. Get over it  :P

I saw them years back with Fruscianti and when I heard they were touring this year, I couldn't bring myself to go, didn't want to ruin the memories. I bet they were still good.

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Reply #680 : August 22, 2012, 03:37:05 PM »
I've been in some pretty mental moshpits for bands such as Biohazard and Sick of it All and come out battered and bruised from flailing elbows, feet and fists but he's right, there is a mutual respect in there and you look after each other. If someone is deliberately being a dick then he's soon made aware of it!

Never been to a concert in the UK but it seems to me that there's the same 'moshpit psychology' (:D) over here in Brazil. I'm much more of a punk rock fan than a metal fan though, and I have the impression that people in punk concerts are much friendlier - if not funnier - than those all dressed in black trying to look mean in metal gigs :D But my samples of comparison are unfair and totally biased to the punk rock scene, so I can't say for a certainty.

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Reply #681 : August 22, 2012, 03:49:02 PM »
I have the impression that people in punk concerts are much friendlier - if not funnier - than those all dressed in black trying to look mean in metal gigs


Biohazard and Sick Of It All are NY Hardcore bands so sort of half way between punk and metal. I get what you mean though. In my experience, there tends to be more of a crush in metal gigs with everyone packed tightly, heads banging. That said, you still get pits opening up and mosh circles.
With punk, there is generally a lot more movement with limbs swinging around everywhere and lots of stage diving.

Done this in a similar sized venue:

Sick of it all- wall of death

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Reply #682 : August 22, 2012, 05:44:04 PM »
Off to catch The Foos, Black Keys and Cribs shortly... tomorrow it's The Stone Roses. Sweet.  :angel:

Jealous as f**k here!

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Reply #683 : August 23, 2012, 11:28:15 AM »
Drinking now, getting ready to go see Kasabian, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, The Cribs and Maverick Sabre. :)


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Reply #684 : August 23, 2012, 12:00:21 PM »
Really enjoyed Tennants Vital yesterday with seeing The Stone Roses for the first time ever live an obvious highlight.

The day started off with Gerardi2, a local hip hop artist, who actually really impressed despite not really being my thing. Could have a good future ahead of him.

Maverick Sabre, again not usually my cup of tea, was pretty good as well despite a few technical difficulties. Played an acoustic Wonderwall while they sorted it out which was nice.

Rodrigo Y Gabriela were next and first time I've seen them live and thought they were great. Really gifted musicians.

Crowd was pretty low for all these acts even in the pit where I was which was a shame, although could be normal for this type of event with most probably only going for the headline and second act. I like to catch all the music just to even hear something different live.

Florence was up next and was excellent. I though she was totally mesmerising on stage and has a real presence. Played all the usual stuff and although I'm not a massive follower her and the band didn't disappoint.

Then onto the highlight and I managed to get right to the front ready for the Roses. You could feel the anticipation while we waited for them to come on and when they did and I Wanna Be Adored started it was spine tingling stuff. One of many all time favourites, finally live!

Highpoint for me were the opener, Sally Cinnamon, Fools Gold, which went on for ages, Made of Stone and Resurrection.

The band were really tight and all played great and despite Brown's reputation for ropey vocals, I've seen him live before and witnessed it, I thought he was on good form. It's only towards  the end when we moved back a bit when it was a bit noticeable. But as I always say about Ian, he isn't a proper singer and I never expect perfect vocals from him.

On the event itself I had no real complaints, despite many who went over here who had a moan, I found no massive queue at the bar or toilets and getting in was no real hassle either. The only real compliant was that the bands started very early with Gerardi2 on not long after the gates opened. It would have been nice for him to play in front of a slightly bigger crowd.

All in all a great day and something I never thought I would get to do happened so I went home a happy man.

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Reply #685 : August 26, 2012, 10:59:52 PM »
On the subject of concerts I've noticed at the last few I've been to the amount of people filming it on their mobiles instead of just enjoying it and it baffles me a bit.

At Vital I took a couple of photos before it started of me and the missus and the stage etc and a couple in between bands and then the phone was away.

I go to see live music not to record it to watch later when I get home.

Much rather enjoy the show and have a great night than waste time recording something that always seems to sound sh*te when I've seen it on youtube.

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Reply #686 : August 29, 2012, 12:41:50 AM »
On the subject of concerts I've noticed at the last few I've been to the amount of people filming it on their mobiles instead of just enjoying it and it baffles me a bit.

Tell me about it! At the Kyuss Lives concert last year and the Pearl Jame one this year, I've been behind someone who's stood with their camera held up, trying to film the entire set! I'm all for taking a couple of photos to trigger memories some time in the future but why people feel the need to film the whole damn thing is beyond me.

Some The black Keys tour dates have been released today:

Fri, 12/07/2012  Newcastle Metro Radio Arena 
Sat, 12/08/2012  Glasgow SECC   
Sun, 12/09/2012  Birmingham NIA   
Tue, 12/11/2012  Manchester Arena   
Wed, 12/12/2012  London O2 Arena   

If you like them at all then I'd highly recommend going to see them. I'd go myself but having seen them recently, I'll save my money for other bands.

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Reply #687 : September 11, 2012, 05:52:22 PM »
Saw Linkin Park and Incubus last night at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in South San Diego. Great venue. Was out on the lawn, where you get a great view looking down on the whole venue:



First time seeing either band live. They were f**king amazing. Definitely the best concert I've been to.


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Reply #688 : September 13, 2012, 05:23:10 PM »
I saw Incubus a couple of years ago too, I didn't know many of their songs but my brother is a big fan, he was very excited.

As for Linkin Park I'm not a fan, they were playing the same day in the festival we went to, but as they were the last band (after The Pixies!), we left in the beginning of their concert :P

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Reply #689 : September 14, 2012, 09:30:16 AM »
Saw Linkin Park and Incubus last night at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in South San Diego.


I first saw Incubus back in 97 in a small tent at the Reading Festival. There wasn't much of interest on the main stage so me and a mate wandered into this tent, I think Thumb were playing at the time but we hadn't heard of them either. Then we stood waiting as bongos and a didgeridoo were brought out onto the stage. We'd never heard of Incubus so we were wondering what kind off hippy sh*t we were in for and that didn't change as Brandon Boyd walked out, topless with huge dreadlocks. Then the first song kicked in...
I've no idea what they played first but we were blown away! Their discography only went as far as S.C.I.E.N.C.E at that point so it was mostly stuff of there and I picked up the album straight after.
I've been a fan since and seen them live several times. One of the best things about them is that they never just settle for what they know and instead change their sound for every album. My favourites are still S.C.I.E.N.C.E and Make Yourself though.
One funny little anecdote from one of their gigs at Nottingham Rock City, it was the drummer's birthday so Brandon got us all to sing happy birthday. The trouble was, hardly anyone knew his name so it went:

"Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birtdhay dear... mumble..."

The whole band burst out laughing  :laugh:

Anyhoo, this is about the only footage going of that set at Reading 97 (it was before we all had camera phones... or mobile phones of any sort!). I keep trying to spot myself but it's a bit too fuzzy:

 
INCUBUS LIVE AT READING FESTIVAL 1997


As the sound quality isn't great, here is the song they are playing in that vid:

Incubus - New Skin

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