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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:06 am 
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Just grabbed a ticket to see Def Leppard in November, with special guests Live which got me to thinking about other bands that will be seen in the near future.

Iron Maiden are on a world tour early next year so there is another one and lest we forget Black Sabbath are on tour in the same time period. There should be a new Metallica album and tour next year as well.

Its happy days for Bogans 8)


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Would like to catch the Maiden tour in Japan, if it happens to fall into a decent window when I'm in the area next year.

Might go to Sabbath as well if the tour pulls through SEA and it's fairly cheap.

Otherwise I will be keeping an eye out for Bangkok death/thrash metal fests. 8)


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I miss going to see the band at the Londoner play the same set every night for 15 years....NOT....

Maroon 5 are here soon.... I'm not bothering...thanks


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:42 am 
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Saw FFS the other night who were very very good indeed. Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Courtney Barnett later this year, possibly Ezra Furman and Half Man Half Biscuit again soon if I can convince LP to come with me.


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Got Xavier Rudd tomorrow night.
Pennywise in a few weeks.
Saw Ms MR about a month ago.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:01 am 
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Megadeth and Chris Cornell in a few months.

Recently saw:

TV on the Radio
Mastodon
Soundgarden


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:14 am 
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Farva wrote:
Got Xavier Rush tomorrow night.
Pennywise in a few weeks.
Saw Ms MR about a month ago.


Corrected

Jeez a rugby forum and they are clueless


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:16 am 
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where d'ya see soundgarden mat?

I saw their first gig in the UK and most subsequent gigs until I left....

Preeeeeety good


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Stranglers touring but no Hugh Cornwall so nah


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:26 am 
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Farva wrote:
Got Xavier Rudd tomorrow night.
Pennywise in a few weeks.
Saw Ms MR about a month ago.

How was Ms Mr and what was she wearing?????


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:27 am 
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WelshmanBKK wrote:
where d'ya see soundgarden mat?

I saw their first gig in the UK and most subsequent gigs until I left....

Preeeeeety good


The Luna Park Big Top - same place as Motorhead a few years back. Mastodon too.

I go to Soundwave every year as well.

Oh, Saw Barnesy last month as well


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Somewhat randomly, Ride in Bristol next month.


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Apart from the local bands the hubby is promoting, we're seeing New Model Army in Chester next month.


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Not much on the horizon here :(


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Twin Atlantic in a couple of weeks
Def Leppard and Whitesnake in December

Can not wait for the Def Leppard concert - one of my last 'must see' concerts


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Beirut next week, possibly Ufomammut at the end of the month, Ratatat and Mew later this year.

would like to go see Dave Matthews Band at the O2 but none of my friends is interested, can't bring myself to go on my own :(


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:46 am 
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Beirut next week, possibly Ufomammut at the end of the month, Ratatat and Mew later this year.

would like to go see Dave Matthews Band at the O2 but none of my friends is interested, can't bring myself to go on my own :(


Do it - they are very good live.


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I know and they don't play in Europe very often.

They seem to have a bad rep here for some reason.


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vitoplaysrugby wrote:
I know and they don't play in Europe very often.

They seem to have a bad rep here for some reason.


MOR haters.....meh.....they have good tunes. Crash and Under the Table and Dreaming were pretty decent albums.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 10:18 am 
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I grew up listening to Before These Crowded Streets and Everyday!


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Planning to see The Alarm in Cardiff Millennium Centre in October. Give me Strength!


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Pretty good period coming up. Paradise Lost, Crippled Black Phoenix and Slayer all visiting Glasgow soon. Oh, and got tickets for Kevin Bridges as well 8)


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Dave Matthews Band is the most technically sound yet soulless band on the planet. It's amazing how he can be so devoid of any interesting melody. Session musos with zero musical inspiration.

Can someone post me a quality tune of his? James Blunt has more hooks.


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Mat the Expat wrote:
TV on the Radio


WANT.


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I am thinking maybe Jungle Giants at the Enmore Fri 19th. Have a flying visit to Sydney for my Grandies B'day. Hmm :nod:


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Short Man Syndrome wrote:
Mat the Expat wrote:
TV on the Radio


WANT.


Hit and miss albums on the whole, yet still a quality band.


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mr bungle wrote:
Dave Matthews Band is the most technically sound yet soulless band on the planet. It's amazing how he can be so devoid of any interesting melody. Session musos with zero musical inspiration.

Can someone post me a quality tune of his? James Blunt has more hooks.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JU2E1lX1geY Crash Into Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEGV9H0aZaQ Satellite

Not for everyone - but I like their sound.


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grievous wrote:
Farva wrote:
Got Xavier Rudd tomorrow night.
Pennywise in a few weeks.
Saw Ms MR about a month ago.

How was Ms Mr and what was she wearing?????

Bloody good and she was wearing a tight leotard number.

Also saw recently British India, Jinja Safari, Bonjah, Holy Holy, Jebediah (playing slightly odway in full), Gang of Youths, Kite String Tangle and the Pierce Brothers. We are off to Meg Mac in two weeks and the Paper Kites in a month. Plus a load of local musicians (Tash Sultana, Josh Cashman, and some others I forget). Thats the last 3 months or so I think.

The Mrs has decided she wants to go to a gig a week.


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Gazzamonster wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Dave Matthews Band is the most technically sound yet soulless band on the planet. It's amazing how he can be so devoid of any interesting melody. Session musos with zero musical inspiration.

Can someone post me a quality tune of his? James Blunt has more hooks.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JU2E1lX1geY Crash Into Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEGV9H0aZaQ Satellite

Not for everyone - but I like their sound.


Thanks for letting me relive some of Dave Matthews more famous shithouse moments. He's like a session musicians Hootie & the Blowfish. I can't recall one musician of note who cites him as an influence. Adored by chubby 40 year old women and blokes who've never picked up a guitar


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:uhoh: I have a decent and very wide taste in music and can play a couple of instruments, I find DMB very good, your argument is invalid.

He's not innovative and yes he might have lost some inspiration in the past decade or so but so what?


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Saw Will Hoge in Sheffield on Sturday night, seeing Chris Young in London on Monday night, and seeing Zac Brown Band in London on the 25th. That's all that's left for this year so far.


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Hopefully heading to see Sleaford Mods next weekend.


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vitoplaysrugby wrote:
:uhoh: I have a decent and very wide taste in music and can play a couple of instruments, I find DMB very good, your argument is invalid.

He's not innovative and yes he might have lost some inspiration in the past decade or so but so what?


I've just relived his 2 most famous, epic tunes. How uninspiring. Blokes a f**king sap.


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Saw UB40 with Ali Campbell back in April. Best bit for me was when he sang one of their new songs called Fijian Sunset :thumbup: .


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TesseracT are touring their third album in the new year, will definitely be checking them out


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Ogre wrote:
Just grabbed a ticket to see Def Leppard in November, with special guests Live which got me to thinking about other bands that will be seen in the near future.

Iron Maiden are on a world tour early next year so there is another one and lest we forget Black Sabbath are on tour in the same time period. There should be a new Metallica album and tour next year as well.

Its happy days for Bogans 8)


Tina Turner's wig maker must be working overtime!


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Saw UB40 with Ali Campbell back in April. Best bit for me was when he sang one of their new songs called Fijian Sunset :thumbup: .


Even UB40 have more melodies than Dave Matthews. Ouch.


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mr bungle wrote:
Gazzamonster wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Dave Matthews Band is the most technically sound yet soulless band on the planet. It's amazing how he can be so devoid of any interesting melody. Session musos with zero musical inspiration.

Can someone post me a quality tune of his? James Blunt has more hooks.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JU2E1lX1geY Crash Into Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEGV9H0aZaQ Satellite

Not for everyone - but I like their sound.


Thanks for letting me relive some of Dave Matthews more famous shithouse moments. He's like a session musicians Hootie & the Blowfish. I can't recall one musician of note who cites him as an influence. Adored by chubby 40 year old women and blokes who've never picked up a guitar


God I love it when people run down music that they just happen to dislike - it's just a stupid argument and one that I'm not going to get into.

I like them - you don't - good for you.


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mr bungle wrote:
Oceanbreeze wrote:
Saw UB40 with Ali Campbell back in April. Best bit for me was when he sang one of their new songs called Fijian Sunset :thumbup: .


Even UB40 have more melodies than Dave Matthews. Ouch.

I actually like Dave Matthews too. One of my favourite road trip tunes.


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Gazzamonster wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Gazzamonster wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Dave Matthews Band is the most technically sound yet soulless band on the planet. It's amazing how he can be so devoid of any interesting melody. Session musos with zero musical inspiration.

Can someone post me a quality tune of his? James Blunt has more hooks.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JU2E1lX1geY Crash Into Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEGV9H0aZaQ Satellite

Not for everyone - but I like their sound.


Thanks for letting me relive some of Dave Matthews more famous shithouse moments. He's like a session musicians Hootie & the Blowfish. I can't recall one musician of note who cites him as an influence. Adored by chubby 40 year old women and blokes who've never picked up a guitar


God I love it when people run down music that they just happen to dislike - it's just a stupid argument and one that I'm not going to get into.

I like them - you don't - good for you.

He does it on every one of these music threads just let him do his Rolling Stones journo impression


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