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it takes 150 people, and I just bought ticket for it!
fun fun fun
under the seabed? :-))
that was a good funny.
in a venue that holds around 60 - 80 people known as the Prince Albert... which is more of a pub... in March! They filled up Audio the same night! TRUE FACT! it was amazing!
I saw The Hidden Cameras play at a youth club to about 60 people, a few years later I saw Apples in Stereo play the same venue.
sure there's no hope in hell of getting a ticket now tho...
but the concert is in Iceland, the 15th of September..could be a nice trip, I would say..
and expensive too...
of rough trade. that was smaller ;o)
about four years ago. It was TRULY amazing... just before they REALLY hit it BIG and they had SUCH energy.
your life would be easier.
make everything better.
you can italicise words like /this/
computer says no.
like * either side to imply it bold.
Try it in Word and I think it'll parse them appropriately.
I think they were doing an impromptu set in the Dogstar toilets.
Such WONDERFUL burritos
THat sounds very wrong.
i call a Jonny Menoenomonic!
I once saw them play in a biscuit tin in a ditch in Hebden Bridge. No-one was there, not even the band, THAT'S HOW EXCLUSIVE IT WAS
not to be pedantic.
I saw them in front of a smaller crowd than that at the ICA. My favourite gig of all time as well, that.
I miss those days :'(
I love the ICA.
stage two weeks ago. It´s that small..
but I'd be surprised if they hadn't played smaller shows when first starting off, simply 'cos a lot of venues whne bands first start gigging are smaller than 150.
I bet... Standing room 15 people comfortably. Ah that was a great Pris gig... yes...
concert halls nowdays, think it´s just nice change to see them in a smaller venue AFTER they have gotten big..
I wish Led Zeppelin would think the same... (Plant and Page)
that tend to be the force behind these nostalgia reformations.
but I imagine that includes the side rooms.
We did a great gig there recently - it's really cool playing places that small.
fun show, I remember that. The support act was one of the worst things i'd ever seen though
in manchester, that holds about the same , id never heard of them at the time though! haha so dunno if it counts really
playing alone in the Edinburgh College of Art for an hour. The audience was just me and my flatmate while everyone else around them set up for the Hallam Foe premiere. I WIN!