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Hnnngh. I know we hate the Water Rats, but this is very, very tempting.
Oh, it's the 29th, 30th and 31st March, btw.
I haven't listened to Therapy? since 'Semi-Detached' though so I doubt I'll know much of what they play, but still tempting as they were great live and still are [so I hear].
one was at a virtually sold out Astoria (I think, perhaps Forum / Shep Bush), and the other at a 2/3rds full Camden Barfly. I think the latter was technically a "fanclub only" gig, but was hardly a secret - listed on their website, and various ticketing websites. It has remained a mystery to me why there were only about 100 people at the latter show, definitely not sold out, and probably over 1000 at the other one.
What are Therapy? like these days?
I reckon there would be a market for bands like this doing old albums like the ATP Don't Look Back shows. I'd love to see Troublegum done in full. And Terrorvision doing How To Make Friends And Influence People. I reckon they could definitely do a co-headline tour of this to 1000 capacity venues.
I'm gonna get on to the respective managers with this idea.
is dead though which makes it a bit trickier.
Terrorvision did a tour last year playing "How To Make Friends and Influence People" in full. It was brilliant.
that would have been good. Don't tell me they played Brighton?!
How about The Wildhearts doing P.H.U.Q... and Bush doing Sixteen Stone....
the mid nineties had some fantastic alt rock albums!
but not this year.
I saw their "Earth Vs..." show and it was superb. They also managed to sell out Shep Bush which I'm sure they'd be able to do again if they did a one-off PHUQ show.
Very surprised just how good they were..
and have to buy their own beer?
this may not be so far from the truth...
the air conditioning wasnt even working.
i hope it's sorted for this!
Therapy? are one of my long standing favourite bands. I'd say their later stuff is surprisingly good, in fact not far off the likes of Troublegum in terms of quality.
all other dates on this tour are German festivals.
Therapy? are still amazing live. Type "Therapy? Bristol Thekla" into YouTube to see footage from a gig I went to last October.
They've still got it.
Don't think I've seen them since 2004 at the Norwich waterfront. Their last album was surprisingly good.