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13 days ago
robaich
Even if Tiago Silva and Neymar were on the pitch, the Germans would still have hammered them. I'm fed up of hearing "what if..." etc. Let's not forget that the Germans were missing several likely first team starters, for the whole tournament, themselves. yet, they got on with it and played like a decent football team should play...wunderbar. Worst Brazil team i've ever seen. Ch
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17 days ago
robaich
International II with Saigon Kick supporting right? Yes, was there too and the Apollo gig you mentioned but for the life of me can't remember who supported them there? Chris
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22 days ago
robaich
Seemed to go down really well and impressive to see and hear so many singing along. Sadly, I thought the band was shabby to say the least. Hetfield and Trujillo were both great but Ullrich was his usual rubbish self, Jesus, a stopped clock could keep time better than this fella!! he kept speeding up, slowing down and coming in at the wrong times...horrible. Hammett was also pretty poor, a lot
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25 days ago
robaich
Manchester here we come!! Chris
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27 days ago
robaich
Horrible!!! Chris
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4 weeks ago
robaich
If for no other reason alone, i'm glad he scored twice just to see that idiot Adrian Chiles' sulky face at the end. He was equally annoying/hysterical after the German game. Who the hell gave this fool a job in football? Plus, I hate it when he addresses the viewers as "us" and "we" when England play. I imagine quite a lot of us aren't English...get it right you crackpot!!
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5 weeks ago
robaich
My all time favourite female fronted melodic rock band...I still play this regularly...:) Chris
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6 weeks ago
robaich
I guess piss poor ticket sales didn't help either? Apparently only 20 or so sold for the Buckley Tivoli gig??!! Chris
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6 weeks ago
robaich
FM might headline one day I guess but can't see any of the others filling that position. It runs alongside Hammerfest next year and I can see the AOR stuff getting moved to the 2nd stage as I don't think this lineup has the names to hog te main stage area. Hammerfest does tend to get fairly biggish bands on the bill. Either/or, i'm there as it's 30 minutes down the road and I actually prefer
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6 weeks ago
robaich
I'm with you Dan, struggling with this one and i'm a huge fan. Sounds like Petty doing Collective Soul and what's up with that production? Saying that, only heard it a couple of times so it will probably grow on me and I imagine the album won't be a turkey. Chris
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7 weeks ago
robaich
Never heard that Diana Ross track before but agree about The Osmonds one, haven't heard that in ages...cheers fellas. Chris
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7 weeks ago
robaich
Morning Folks, Last night I played Janet Jakcson's "Black Cat" on my "The Rock Surgery" show and it went down a treat. Granted the version I played had both Nuno Bettencourt and Vernon Reid on guitars but it's still a superb 4 minutes+ of driving rock music. So, I was wondering, which other artists/bands of a non-rock perusasion have recorded rock tunes and I don't mean c
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2 months ago
robaich
I used to go to London and back on the same day/night for "special" gis and then go to work after getting home at 4-5AM and that was fater a 10 hour round trip!! Can't do it anymore and even a Manchester gig (3 hour round trip) in the week is hard going these days. Yup, must be getting old? But, if it is a band I really want to see, i'm with you there, will make more of an effort.
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2 months ago
robaich
The album is also excellent!! Chris
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2 months ago
robaich
I can see that Buckley gig getting cancelled too as tickets aren't selling at all. Unless of course, they will use it as a Download warm-up show seeing it is the night before their festival appearance? Chris
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2 months ago
robaich
By far the best room out of the 4 Academy venues in Manchester. Sound is always excellent there and viewing is also very good there. Seen many a great gig at Academy 3 over the years. Chris
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2 months ago
robaich
Terry, KWS "Going Home" is out tomorrow in the uK o I imagine it'll be Tuesday in the US. It's a studio album but all covers and features many a guest musician...Warren Haynes & Joe Walsho to mention two. Check out The Rock Surgery on Facebook for a full stream of the album. https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Rock-Surgery/375596655794822 Chris
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2 months ago
robaich
Triptykon - Melana Chasmate Pixies - Indie Cindy Black Label Society - Catacombs Of The Black Vatican Imelda May - Tribal Needtobreathe - Rivers In The Wasteland Blackberry Smoke - The Whippoorwill (but having owned it on import for nearly 2 years, I guess it doesn't count?) Whiskey Myers - Home The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell Far too many good ones to list but those will do for now
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3 months ago
robaich
Mule are always good live, Warren's playing is exceptional live. Moe. might not be the best on record but are also very good live. The Hold Steady is a band I really should check out live and now with Steve Selvidge on board on guitar, it's a must...great player. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Been a fan of his stuff for a good while now, nice bloke too. Has been under Jude Cole's wing since the beginning which is no bad thing. Cheers for sharing this...this fella needs to be heard. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Bishop Black. Their self-titled album is superb. http://youtu.be/KHXQlVRtSbM Reluctant Saints http://youtu.be/8vY6G-dpFes Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
I know for a fact that RDC aren't cheap, so it's not really the venues' fault but the band is pricing itself out of good turnouts at the specific venues. Shame you're not in North Wales as I gave away a pair of tickets to the Buckley Tivoli gig on my show last Friday. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Seems most Ritz gigs have an early start time now. Blackberry Smoke is 6.30 and Sheryl Crow is 6PM, both having a curfew of 10PM. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Fragile/Close To The Edge/Going For The One on this tour. I liked Davison with Glass Hammer, so hoping he'll do the business with YES too? Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Has he been ill again recently? Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Jim Kirkpatrick has posted on his FB page that FM are on stage at 6.50PM tonight and for the remaining 8 dates of the tour too. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Yes, FM on 7PM. Europe 7.55 - 8.55 and Foreigner 9.25 - 10.55, so definitely more than 9 songs. The 9 song setlist you saw as probably all the songs that whoever posted it, could remember they played. Stage times i've provided are what the venue has been given. Hope that helps too? Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
So that means they'll be in manchester on the 4th, same day as...Extreme!! Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
Glasgow 18th too. Chris
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3 months ago
robaich
I thought Mojo was excellent. Campbell got to show his chops a bit more on this one than he had done for a while. I pretty much like all of his stuff, always have done and any new Petty & The Heartbreakers music is just fine by me. Anyone heard the Benmont Tench solo album? Chris
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