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guided by voices
must be so jealous of coldplay.
OH WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN!
aplyed themselves a bit more...
was branching out into trip hop remixes of yew2 songs
if they hadn't treeted them all the same and ashumed we woodn't notice
if they hadn't split.
Lost their laminates and felt saw about it.
their environmental concerns meant they were against the use of planes
If they'd Knot spend all their time down the Beech they Mitre signed to Warp
it probably wouldve worked
GBV could be quite softrock at times...
not live they couldnt
too much time around guided by voices fans or something
although i dont know that theyd be entirely out of place on that bill...
well they could pick a setlist of quiet stuff but i've never heard of them doing a gig like that
Funeral For A Friend
The Von Bondies
3 colours red
on one. with jamie theakston as a compere, in manchester student union
When Franz ferdinand sounded fresh, not incredibly annoying as they do now!
starsailor were on first. i thought they were great. how rong can a man be?
I never liked alfie. the singer sat down.
amen weren't my thing. and JJ72 were rubbish live. though I still think they did a decent enough first album.
I was on my own at the cardiff one. came from aber on a bus trip. however I made some friends on the way back and we later married.
has me scratching my head and rubbing my hands with glee all at the same time.
lemonheads used to be a hardcore band, and apparently icarus line have mellowed a lot
americana influenced british indie band that had a lot of press at the time, american band that were probably a big influence on them, small hotly tipped british indie band
Plans Mistaken For Stars
Bit of an odd one. Cursive were really enjoyable.
but I suppose that isn't too weird.
I left before Gomez though. Hate them
when superchunk would come over they'd pick really interesting support acts that weren't always guitar, guitar, guitar
then again, there was that noisestar gig at a boat on embankment ages ago that was three hours of mostly bad bad improv jazz, then Part Chimp...
Neil Young supported by Miles Davis. Or the MC5 opening for Coltrane.
Man what I would give to have been at those gigs.
for a gig at the kilburn national where Einstuerzende Neubauten were supported by Showaddywaddy. I think someone made that one up though...
or Superstar Disco Club ( http://myspace.com/superstardiscoclub )supporting Low
in some configurations
The rest were pretty dull, but it did convert me to the joys of Mr Adams, and for that I am eternally thankful.