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Old 01-18-2013, 06:49 PM   #2821 (permalink)
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Hope you enjoy it. Gutted that they pulled out of The Cult/ The Mission gigs in Autumn due to venue changes but saw them in 2008.

Going to see Foals again as a birthday present for my eldest. Just snagged some tickets and sorted out travel too. He is so desperate to see them again I had to get it sorted.
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Old 01-18-2013, 09:25 PM   #2822 (permalink)
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Apparently The Flaming Lips and The Black Keys co-headlining and coming to a Nashville sometime in early May. Last time I saw the Lips at the Ryman I had the time of my life. I've not very familiar with The Black Keys' material, and have rather disliked most of what I heard (save "Gold on the Ceiling".) I'll need to continue to at least familiarize myself with their work before May; hopefully they'll grow on me.
But man, I'm really looking forward to rolling Wayne around in his hamster ball while confetti bukkakes the room and psychedelic music fills the air.
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Old 01-18-2013, 09:35 PM   #2823 (permalink)
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Old 01-19-2013, 05:12 AM   #2824 (permalink)
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Daft punk rumoured to be one of the headlining acts of Coachella this year. Hating lyf.
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Old 01-19-2013, 09:29 AM   #2825 (permalink)
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:48 AM   #2826 (permalink)
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so i don't normally do this....but....this band was and is very important to me and i have finally seen them live (and i brought my phone in and got some great pics )

i had only been to one other show at the Regency Ballroom and i have to say it's a pretty good venue (although beer was $9.25/pint)....great sound and nice staff (save the assholes herding you from outside and save the fact that there are no in/out privileges)

the opening band Title Fight was not nearly as good as their album and in my opinion came off as a bit snotty....could also be that the crowd that was there for them were also almost all under 18 and very into them.....still they played a fun and energetic set

Quicksand opened the show with Freezing Process and immediately stated that this would be a full set....and proceeded to play every song the ever recorded....stopping only a few times for banter with the audience....a highlight was when Walter reminisced about being asked what "Quicksand was all about" in the early days and stating that its about being just a little weird and just a little strange just like our hero....then they went into an amazing cover of "How Soon Is Now"....they ended the 2 hour set with what i think is one of the greatest hardcore songs ever written Can Opener (which i think is just about where my neck went out on me).....an amazing night...they played so well and had such great attitudes....seriously made me feel like i was 19 again for two hours....and now i feel like i'm 80!

small and funny side note.....i was wearing my mickey ears/joy division shirt....when i came out of the club at the end of the show.....this guy freaked out over the shirt and asked if it was a real one or remake....after which he asked for a picture.....i slipped into the bar next door for a beer and this guy introduced himself as Brad from Santa Cruz and bought me a beer for being the "punkest motherfucker alive" for wearing a shirt that is worth $325 to a hardcore show

overall it was a great little day trip with eating at the world famous "Stinky Rose" buying some books at City Light Books and finding some great rare Sun City Girls albums at Amoeba Records
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:51 AM   #2827 (permalink)
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so i don't normally do this....but....this band was and is very important to me and i have finally seen them live (and i brought my phone in and got some great pics )

i had only been to one other show at the Regency Ballroom and i have to say it's a pretty good venue (although beer was $9.25/pint)....great sound and nice staff (save the assholes herding you from outside and save the fact that there are no in/out privileges)

the opening band Title Fight was not nearly as good as their album and in my opinion came off as a bit snotty....could also be that the crowd that was there for them were also almost all under 18 and very into them.....still they played a fun and energetic set

Quicksand opened the show with Freezing Process and immediately stated that this would be a full set....and proceeded to play every song the ever recorded....stopping only a few times for banter with the audience....a highlight was when Walter reminisced about being asked what "Quicksand was all about" in the early days and stating that its about being just a little weird and just a little strange just like our hero....then they went into an amazing cover of "How Soon Is Now"....they ended the 2 hour set with what i think is one of the greatest hardcore songs ever written Can Opener (which i think is just about where my neck went out on me).....an amazing night...they played so well and had such great attitudes....seriously made me feel like i was 19 again for two hours....and now i feel like i'm 80!

small and funny side note.....i was wearing my mickey ears/joy division shirt....when i came out of the club at the end of the show.....this guy freaked out over the shirt and asked if it was a real one or remake....after which he asked for a picture.....i slipped into the bar next door for a beer and this guy introduced himself as Brad from Santa Cruz and bought me a beer for being the "punkest motherfucker alive" for wearing a shirt that is worth $325 to a hardcore show

overall it was a great little day trip with eating at the world famous "Stinky Rose" buying some books at City Light Books and finding some great rare Sun City Girls albums at Amoeba Records
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Sounds like a killer day. I gotta get back to Amoeba one of the greatest record stores to ever exist.
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i was a little underwhelmed by their "experimental/dark folk/martial industrial" section....but still found some great stuff
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i was a little underwhelmed by their "experimental/dark folk/martial industrial" section....but still found some great stuff
You have very eclectic taste there Bob. I wouldn't even venture towards martial industrial if my life depended on it. What did you come away with?
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not a whole lot on this venture....two rare Sun City Girls cds, a compilation of Der Blutharsch (which is awesome as i've been searching for this one for some time now), a Nirvana BBC recordings record, a tribute album to Ain Soph, a couple of underground black metal tapes (due to Hip hop bunnys suggestion) and the book that Michael Gira put out.....overall it was a good haul....i can't lie Fred by that point all i was thinking about was the Belgium bar that is six blocks down Haight .....amazing tap selection....my friends literally had to pull me out
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