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21 days ago
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Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Saw them at least 8 times since Kelly joined. I > have never left anything other than amazed, ever > time. I don't care if it's the same set list > every time, they all give it everything and all > are on the top of their games. This/\
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6 weeks ago
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Guys - thanks for the comprehensive advice. Lots of planning to do :)
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6 weeks ago
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So far this year Ghost H.E.A.T./Mason Hill/Collateral Reckless Love Magnum To Go Cats in Space Dare The Sweet.
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6 weeks ago
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Surprised no one's included anything by Mike Tramp, Recovering the Wasted Years, Capricorn and More to Life than this are all epic.
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6 weeks ago
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Given the headliner announcement I'm considering going to SRF next year for the first time, and would appreciate any practical advice on travel from UK, accomodation etc. Last open air festival I did was Arrow in Holland about 12 years ago, so, at 60 years young, properly out of my comfort zone.
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6 weeks ago
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Steve Saw them on the tiniest stage supporting Heat at Leeds last week. Was impressed and bought the cd on the strength of their show. Have to say I've never seen a venue so packed for the opening band.
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7 weeks ago
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I absolutlely love this song and similar where an enormous soaring outro finishes off the main part. Freebird Ten - Loneliest Place etc I often reflect when some great songs would be absolute epics if a 5 minute solo was added to the end. Thought that most recently about Ghost's closer from Ampera; 'Respite on the Spitalfields' which would really benefit from another 2-3 minutes adding on
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8 weeks ago
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Hey honey you look hot tonight Can you feel the itch from a man in tights. WigWam - rock my ride.
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2 months ago
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Journey - Edge of the blade
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2 months ago
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I've had three jab's so far and caught it three times. First time was before any jabs and was by far the worst, although only really like the worst flu ever. Both times since the jabs/boosters have been relatively mild symptoms. I'll be getting my fourth once called.
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2 months ago
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Never thought I'd see the pack horse at the pole get a mention in here. Practically lived in there in the early 80s.
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3 months ago
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MCFC - I hear you re the Arena. The only way I'll go there is if I can bag a seat close to the front, in which case the size of the place is immaterial. Saw Ghost on that basis earlier this year and it was a great gig. Academy, Ritz, Apollo and Picturedome for me every time. Saw Reckless Love at the Academy this week and had forgotten how good a venue it is, bar at the back etc.
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3 months ago
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I think after May we needed a prime minister who's only qualities were a fuck you attitude and big balls, to deliver Brexit. Once he'd done that(or at least his low ball version of it), his lack of skills to actually run a country became apparent. I don't envy the new head girl, she's inherited a right pile of shite to deal with, and her first decision not to introduce a wealth tax on the energ
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3 months ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What was most sad is that Bonehead Johnson lied in > so many epic ways about how amazing Brexit would > be, how brilliant our post-brexit economy would > be, how much safer we would be, how £350 million > pounds a week (if memory serves) would be pumped > into the NHS instead of the EU - that m
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3 months ago
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We have control of our borders, its just that UK snowflake politicians (on all sides) are choosing not to implement appropriate measures that will address the issue, rather than the EU telling us we can't. I'm not sure if the shipping of all migrants to Rwanda is the right solution but the principle is sound; we have to make the channel crossing unattractive by 1) demonstrating that making the c
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3 months ago
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Saw them last night in Manchester. Good show and a decent turnout for a wet Monday night.
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6 months ago
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Watched the clips and have to say wasn't the train wreck I expected re Covs vocals. Feck me Tommy's still got it, expecially as he looked sixty about thirty years ago!! No way that kits gonna survive the full tour.... Missed this tour as out of the country but kinda wished I'd gone now.
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7 months ago
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Griftwood Witch Image Rats He Is Square Hammer
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8 months ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lacks variety? That couldn't be further from the > truth. In an age when a ton of stuff sounds like > it's come off a production line with the same old > repeated riffs and song structures, 'Impera'is a > breath of fresh air. Every song is different and > therefore it's a varied album. Yes the songs
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8 months ago
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Great album review. Griftwood is my fave track, despite the obvious VH influence. My only criticism is it lacks a bit of variety, i.e a couple of less melodic tracks wouldn't have gone a miss. Is it possible to be too melodic (there you go I said it). Not surprised they've taken off as when I saw them at the Royal Albert Hall show in 2018, it was one of the best gigs I've ever been to.
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8 months ago
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Mitch Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://metalinjection.net/news/lets-compare-machi > ne-gun-kelly-ghosts-first-week-album-sales Interesting - Ghost must have changed their audience demongraphic considerably after supporting Metallica. When I saw Ghost at the RAH in 2018 I'd say 95% of the audience was under 30, which would make them definately
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8 months ago
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Need to listen to this. Quite disallusioned that Dare and Cats in Space are both playing Manchester area on same night in October......
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8 months ago
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Would be a tie between Vito Bratta and Chris Green.
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1 year ago
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I remember seeing WL support Skid Row and Motley Crue, and they destroyed both of them; but still one of the best 3 band bills I've ever seen. Became quite a fan of WL after that. Mike has a bit of a 'marmite' voice but his solo material shows he was the one with the song writing talent.
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1 year ago
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Steve Harris - Shy Ran outa time Karl Groom - Threshold (check out the solo at the 5 minutes mark) Libery Complacency Dependancy Chris Green - Pride/Tyketto Saviour of a Broken Heart
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1 year ago
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Last one was A foreigners Journey at Holmfirth. Nothing currently booked.
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1 year ago
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Ten's Opera Omnia with 16 discs.
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1 year ago
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Was very lucky to see HEAT live with Kenny in Manchester many years ago with only about 15 in the audience and the guy just ROARS. Loved them with Erik, and was a fan since the swedish idol auditions. When Kenny left, Erik was the only one I would have considered an apt replacement, and now thats its reversed, its the same. That simply rocked. Stoked for what comes next.
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2 years ago
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I so wanted to go to this gig as came late to the the band and never saw them live - the last cd with Lee Small fronting has become possibly my fave album of all time. Got a tix for the show but work got in the way on the night. Really looking forward to watching this.
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2 years ago
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Will be a late start for me as got to pick my son up from manchester airport, as he's back from Uni in Norway. But will catch up swiftly from 11 :)
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