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17 years ago
Ste
Looking objectively at the situation Glasgow in particular does reasonably well for gigs. OK so the bands playing there may not always be in the melodic rock genre, but over the coming months Glasgow alone has shows from the likes of Electric Eel Shock, 36 Crazyfists, Hurricane Party/The Glitterati, Spike, Wednesday 13, Trivium/3 Inches Of Blood/Still Remains, Anthrax, Europe, Bryan Adams, A, Ame
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17 years ago
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Looking back at this gig (and re-watching the DVD on the back of Catman's comments) it is hardly surprising that the crowd may seem somewhat subdued. Hardline eventaully came on stage gone mignight, so given that the gig started round about 1.00pm, everyone had been in the venue for nigh on 11 hours or so. To make matters worse England had played their opening game in the 2002 World Cup that mo
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17 years ago
Ste
Newcastle Metro Radio (Alan Robson - Saturday nights)
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17 years ago
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As a Sunderland fan (and with the wife being a Villa supporter) then all I can say is... F**king brilliant!!!
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17 years ago
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Sick & twisted freak... moi. Oh go on then I admit it..
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17 years ago
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With Andrew threatening to run naked thorugh the Town & Country club if Dynomite turns up ar Firefest it is almost worth starting a collection to bring the man across.... After all you need something interesting to happen between bands!!
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17 years ago
Ste
On comission again are we? And to think you are missing out on a chance to see Enuff Z Nuff, PBF & Bang Tango....
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17 years ago
Ste
Further to Carolann's post addresses for the best CD shops in Newcastle are: Reflex 23, Nun St, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 5AG Tel: 0191 260 3246 Steel Wheels15-17, Vine Lane, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 7PW Tel: 0191 2304886 RPM Music Website 25, High Bridge St, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 1EW Tel: 0191 221 0201 J.G Windows Ltd 1-7, Central Arcade, Ne
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17 years ago
Ste
I was absolutley in Lancaster in the days of the Fat Scott, Tramway and Boars Head. A trimuverate of Rock pubs all within staggering distance of one another... and then the bus from Dalton Square to the Gardens to round off the evening. Also remember many dodgy evenings at Wharton Grange (saw FM there, as well as a few other bands) Actually used to DJ in the Boars Head for a whil in 1991-92 and
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17 years ago
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Nikki, Station Hotel may very well be like Fawlty Towers but that bloody pub/restaurant we all went to before the Tyketto show was just as bad. I seem to remember that they hardly had anything left on the menu, the staff were diabolical and then for some godforsaken reason Nic & Jules wanted to go queue in sub-arctic temperatures two hours before the doors opened... Just glad the in-laws liv
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17 years ago
Ste
Powercuts & Rockworld... now they bring back memories. Went to Uni in Lancaster and seemed to spend half my time in Manchester at the aforementioned places and the other half either at Morecambe Gardens or Raiders in Preston.... Swear if my grant could have been paid direct to Powercuts it would have saved me a lot of bother... I finally returned to Manchester a few years later and couldn't
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17 years ago
Ste
As far as I know the new album is due soon. The band have just relaunched their website at www.a-communication.com and according to the news section they are lining up a twenty date UK tour during May as well as playing four shows at the Metro in London in April where they will be previewing material from the new album. More info is due to be posted next week.
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17 years ago
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Deinitely getting more and more into the Melodic Metal scene as time goes on. It actually seems to be a thriving genre and the number of quality releases is pretty high.. Albums that I would recommend in addition to many of those above.. Iced Earth - The Glorious Burden Cans - Beyond The Gates (solo album from Joachim Cans singer with Hammerfall) Avantasia - The Metal Opera Part I (from Edguy
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17 years ago
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Lordi are signed to Noise Records and their new album 'The Monster Show' was released this week I think. Don't know too much about them but their website is at www.lordi.org The only other thing I know is that they are due to play a gig at London Scala on March 23rd Got to agree that the Blood Red Sandman song is pretty good..
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17 years ago
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1) Spread Your Wings 2) The Prophet Song 3) Brighton Rock (from Sheer Heart Attack, not the Live Killers version) 4) It's Late 5) Father To Son Bubbling under, Sleeping On The Sidewalk, Keep Yourself Alive, Dead On Time & All Dead, All Dead. News Of The World is def. fav album
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17 years ago
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As per Gill we have booked in at the Hilton, wasn't too bad at £49 per night for the room, but as Gill said that was paid up front and is non refundable, so here's hoping the show doesn't get cancelled.. That rate actually includes breakfast for both days and dinner on the Friday night (not that we will get to eat it I suppose with the planned Friday night events) Hopefully we aren't in the sam
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17 years ago
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Kieran, I thought you said that you had secured Girl's Aloud as headliners...
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17 years ago
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Carolann, send me your new email addy again as I think I added it incorrectly to my address book... Also notice you fail to mention that you have somewhat of a biased view on the Divide Issue LOL (not that I don't agree with the fact that they rock),
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17 years ago
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Yep, definitely cancelled. Had an email of Frankie Banali the other day confirming this was the case.
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17 years ago
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http://www.tnttheband.com/
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17 years ago
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Tony, just been reading a nice internal memo with regard to the work you are doing in India mate.. Says that you are recruiting and training high calibre graduates in India and that HP have a dedicated workforce committed to making the transition to India as seemless and smooth as possible. Now does any of that retoric seem to point to the Tony Marshall we all know and 'love'.. By the way I di
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17 years ago
Ste
According to Blabbermouth there will be a double live DVD and CD released on March 21st
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17 years ago
Ste
First proper concert was The Shadows with pareants i about 1978 at Newcastle City Hall. First rock gig was Motorhead also in Newcastle in 1981 at the tender age of 12 and I was deaf for a week afterwards.. Best gigs - so many, but to name a few, Motley Crue/Cheap Trick, Newcastle City Hall, Feb 1986 Iron Maiden - World Salvery Tour - Newcastle City Hall Sept 1984 Bruce Springsteen - Newcastl
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17 years ago
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Soundgenerator.com are reporting the following European tour dates for the Queen/Paul Rodgers trek: March 19 - Fancourt (46664 Concert), South Africa 28 - London Brixton Academy, UK 30 - Paris Le Zenith, France April 01 - Madrid Palacio de los Deportes. Spain 02 - Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi, Spain 04 - Rome Palalottomatica, Italy 05 - Milan Forum, Italy 07 - Firenze Nelson Mandela Forum, Ital
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17 years ago
Ste
Got to admit to looking forward to catching Vain as they were always one of my fav bands of the late 80's. At one point in time No Respect was a constant on my Walkman between lectures at college... Good on yer Mark for getting them back to the UK....
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17 years ago
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Queen/Paul Rogers have just announced their first tour date in the UK. The band will be playign London Brixton Academy on March 28th. unfortunately no tickets will be made available to the general public going instead to fan clubs members and Queen online subscribors. Oh well lets hope they add some more UK shows for which I can a ticket...
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17 years ago
Ste
I studiously avoided this thread as I actually had a copy of this album to review and din't want to be influenced. Got to say that I agree with the comments about the Giant influences. I just don/';t see them at all. The problem on initially listening to the record was the dispirate nature of the tracks and therefore the album didn't seem to hang together as one cohesive piece of work. However
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17 years ago
Ste
if you have been affected by this the proper people to contact (in the UK at least) are the Independent Committee for the Supervision of Standards of Telephone Information Services, (ICSTIS). There website can be found at www.icstis.org. As an aside it is not just BT ISP customers or line rentrers that are affected by this but anyone who uses a dial-up connection.
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17 years ago
Ste
Donations for the new car appeal kindly accepted.... Italian cars - they may look good, but they are f**king expensive to repair!!
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17 years ago
Ste
Hmm, would liek to say that best gigs of the year are any where I haven't run into, or gone with, Nic or Carolann, but as that wouldn't be many then I guess the list would be as follows: 1) Brides Of Destruction - Camden Electric Ballroom - June 9th 2004 Simply stunning, both band and audience 2) Nexx/Vaughn/Firehouse/Pride - Ritmo Y Compas Madrid - 6th March 2004 Wasn't expecting to see Firehou
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