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Old 11-15-2006, 10:15 AM   #471 (permalink)
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Ah I saw Alice in Chains a few months back...Thought they were really good, actually even with the new singer.
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Old 11-20-2006, 01:53 PM   #472 (permalink)
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Old 11-23-2006, 10:20 AM   #473 (permalink)
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I saw Sunshine Underground after all and they were pretty good but they couldn't play Commercial Breakdown because someone spilt beer on their guitar pedal.

I'm seeing Primal Scream this Saturday, can't wait!

Got Iron Maiden 14th Dec and The Coral 16th Dec too.
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Old 11-23-2006, 09:05 PM   #474 (permalink)
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Primal Scream

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Old 11-23-2006, 09:14 PM   #475 (permalink)
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Old 11-25-2006, 07:27 PM   #476 (permalink)
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I just went to a 2-night-festival... And it was sooo great!
Here are some reviews and tips:


Little Man Tate - Supposedly the 'next biggest thing', but they're kind of mainstream, they do not interact with the audience, and their songs are pretty simple. Pass them!

The Rifles - Many of you might hate them, but they were so great live! There was so much energy in their show, and the songs sound a lot better live. And I met one of the guitar players, we shared sweat with a hug and a peck in the neck. <3 [/groupiemode]

Milburn - The band itself wasn't really interactive, just some young and nervous pups. But their music was awesome! The crowd went wild, and the music came out great!

Boy Kill Boy - Skip! The cd is pretty average, but it gets worse live, booooriiiing. Unless you keep looking at the drummer, he was making a total arse out of himself.

The Young Knives - Yaaaawn. -skip-

Klaxons - <33333 This was such a great show! If you like this band on cd, wait till you see them live. They blew up our ears, and the crowd almost caused an earthquake! The band itself didn't really act interesting. But what an original sound!

747's - -skip- Boring, and they went into the crowd telling people they were from the band 747's, how lame is that?

Jamie T - It's ok for background music, or maybe it was the fact that I was sitting down during this concert... Oh, the guitarist was pretty funny, he had a sigaret holder thingy on his guitar, and he kept being really foolish, in a cute way.

Bromhead's Jacket - If you can see these people live, do it! Geniouses! Great catchy lyrics, really energetic show, and the guitarist always jumps into the crowd, and hurts himself and his guitar. Making him crash up the guitar in the end, throwing THAT in the crowd, thereby knocking someone out... xD
*Too bad that there were English people in the crowd, they always tend to mosh. Come on, mosh to Bromheads Jacket? Idiots. A little riot is fun, hitting a girl in the face is just sick.

the Automatic - the cd is pretty average, but it was actually great live! Really energetic, fun, and even original. They threw in a rock version of kanye West's golddigger. It was great! <3

Guillemots - This music made me so horny, and it wasn't only great because of that. They use all kinds of different styles, add some uncommon stuff (for instance: a guy in a kimono-like-dress, a contrabass, and a garbagebin for an instrument). It's great for music in the background, but definitely also worth seeing live!
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Old 11-29-2006, 04:42 PM   #477 (permalink)
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Urban Summer Jam 06


International hip hop legend DMX headlines Urban Summer Jam - a one day music festival in Porirua bringing together some of New Zealand`s top hip hop, R&B and reggae artists for nine hours of great music!
With more than 22 million albums sold worldwide and the only artist in the Billboard Top 200 to have five consecutive albums debut at the #1 spot, rapper DMX is one of the most memorable MCs of all time.
Joining DMX at Urban Summer Jam will be top NZ artists and dance crews including Che Fu, Deceptikonz, Aaradhna, PNC, Chong Nee, Flowz, Tommy Grafiti & Dziah dance crew & Legacy dance crew + many more.
Christmas comes 15 days early for all lovers of great music. Avoid disappointment and get your tickets early to this years 1st annual Urban Summer Jam 06!












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Old 11-30-2006, 07:31 AM   #478 (permalink)
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Primal Scream

TONIGHT
How was it!?

It was amazing in Norwich! Even though they missed out Kill All Hippies and Kowalski. The encore was Damaged, Loaded and Movin on Up!
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Yeah they missed out those at the Hammersmith gig too.

Got the same encore too,as well as Kick Out The Jams. I guess a lot of people have never seen Primal Scream before coz I was the only person who was singing along to it.The group of girls in front of me were just sort of looking at each other with a puzzled look on their faces.

I love the new updated version of Sympathy for the Dev..... oops I mean Loaded
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Old 11-30-2006, 10:01 AM   #480 (permalink)
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Going to Disturbed/Stone Sour/Flyleaf in less than a month! Woo! I was supposed to go to Children of Bodom tomorrow night but I dont have the money, I spent 20 bucks on nipples shields dammit!
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