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tomorrow night, anyone going, or are you all fucking off to AtP?
I really wanna see Lords supporting!!
lords onstage. shellac at 9.
to the big scary city to see the loud bands
LET'S GET NAKED!!!!
is anyone meeting up first? im going by my lonesome, so it would be much more fun to have some awkward conversations with people who ive met via the internet.
*this isn't some kind of metaphor... goddamn this is real!
and i have a spare ticket but seem to be having trouble finding someone who wants it. weird.
if anyone does want to meet up first, feel free to pm me or summit. if not, enjoy.
the general discussion board on
as people want a ticket on there
if you still have it.
and fuck you.
come and say hi.
i should make my way there really
you missed disgrace.
and farewell transmission.
as they play End Of Radio - and they always do - I'll be happy.
much of Lords, the Q n A sessions were always fun, and PJ Harvey \m/ was there !
PJ Harvey, MC Lord Magrao (Bassist, Guillemots), Jeremy Warmsley.
I did run into people I knew, however. It was a great gig, though I think Steve wasn't singing as well as he can.
Todd's long monologue made up for all of it...as did the extended Wingwalker break.
he is quite short and has a very large face.
you're wrong. Shellac were outstanding, the most relaxed I have seen Albini in years.
ATP in a few hours, can't fucking wait.
still not a massive fan (not really my thing), but good stuff. For some reason I'd definitely rather see them at a venue like that than the Buffalo Bar or something.
was (in my imagination) a little like seeing Cream at the Albert Hall in '68, or something... the cavernous theatre setting suited them well.
on Lords. Led Zep minus the tunes. Shellac were stunning, dazzling, inspired - best I've seen them.
I disagree. I enjoyed Lords last night but I would actually prefer to be up close, feel the guitars buzzing right in front of my face and in fact be off my face and dancing like a Russian in the Buffalo Bar.
That said they worked it well. Good job, lads.
See it as an 'experiment'! Back to the Buffalo Bar soon no doubt though.
Amazing gig. Loved Shellac and I thought Lords were ideal support, well done lads!