A Concepts II may be able to fill that gap.
there may be a day's worth of music contained in the box set, but when mine arrives I have no intention of listening to the whole lot in one go.
set up your own music website and in 10 years time, perhaps you'll have earned the right to play out a 2 hour mix on national radio.
How appropriate. Contact W.A.Rose who will probably want to buy a couple.
just to tout them on ebay are complete scumbags, but they wouldn't do it if other people didn't pay the stupid prices they ask. Honestly, the people who pay £250 from a tout on ebay for the Blur single are little better in my eyes.
I personally enjoyed RSD greatly and got most of what I wanted, but not getting the Blur or Mogwai/Fuck Buttons releases due to scummy resellers leaves a slightly sour taste. In no way am I tempted to buy either on a auction site though. I'd rather go without.
that so many people decided that they needed to keep their umbrellas up more than the people behind them needed to see the band they'd paid and travelled to see. I went there to see Bat For Lashes but for the first half of her show mainly saw selfish cunt. You're going to get wet when it rains heavily at an outdoor gig - live with it.
BFL was very good though and it was worth getting soaked to the skin for. Good review.
and all 3 bands were excellent. Impressed by the number of ideas and sounds bouncing around in Micachu's music - I reckon between the 3 of them they've got more talent than the entire Radio 1 playlist.
"Keef" sang nothing on the first two albums (as did Leeroy) and Maxim only sang on Death Of The Prodigy Dancers and Poison. It wasn't until Fat Of The Land that they had a major part to play (along with Kool Keith, Crispin Kula Shaker and Saffron Republica).
is that on the whole, the quieter songs actually come across the best when played live. The trouble is that the people who go to see them play Ooh La La and Number One don't realise this and fail to hear how good Utopia and Little Bird are because they're too busy talking to their mates, therefore ruining it for everyone else.
Surely if it was a firmly established fact there would be no debate.
That's who they need to fill the gap on metal day.
if you live anywhere west of London.
Astoria/Scala = 15 mins
Shepherds Bush/Hammersmith = 15 mins
Camden/Islington = 20 mins
The O2 = 45-60 mins
Saw, heard and felt it in May!
was in Britain last time I checked. Have they broken away without me noticing?
and the Grafiti single were excellent. Since then The Streets have been completely ignorable.
Oxford Academy on 4th October.
And why bother commenting on it?
was probably due to the in-the-round format of the show. With 4 sets of speakers blasting out in different directions there were echoes coming from all corners of the stadium.
Took me a while to figure that one out.
what's musical about it?
must be gutted to be missing out on The Hoosiers, Duffy and One Night Only. Absolutely gutted.
don't buy festival tickets until the line up has been announced.
because of a fire alarm, but to be fair I think there was an actual fire in the kitchens. This was in the late 90s.
for the Massive Attack track on the Peeping Tom album.
especially if they are Canadian dollars. It'll buy her a new car and a couple of holidays.
She's a DJ FFS. She's paid to stand on a pedestal and talk shit to people she doesn't know.
music was involved in the making of that photo?
Under-25s with deep pockets presumably. Surely the best way to appeal to young people would be to not pay so much for headline acts and lower the ticket price. When I was under 25 it was bad enough finding £75 to go to Reading each year.
stick them all on stage for a cLOUDDEAD set.
£100 a ticket I expect
if it was based on UK downloads only. It's clearly dominated by US "R&B" acts. Not that a UK based list would be any better - just a different shade of shit.
in a working class GHD kind of way.
The thread in the forum went pretty much the same way. People ranting about how they hate Tori Amos rather than commenting on the actual story.
without a smoke and a tug. Now he might have to go without for 1461 nights.
Why's everyone singling out Radiohead for abuse? What about the other 399 artists whose 'representatives' are part of this group?
with people selling their tickets on at a profit they should charge more for the fucking things in the first place to mitigate it. Then see how the artists like performing in half empty venues...
The solution is to stop touting altogether and not to try and take a slice of the pie. All that is needed is an official returns policy where people can get their money back if they can't go to a gig so someone else can then buy the returned tickets AT THE SAME PRICE.
but you meant Hay on Wye.
the attentions of people like Thom Yorke that got White Ladder the exposure that it had.
Aeroegramme, Emma Pollock or basically anyone Scottish! (I'm not Scottish by the way)
Also, I enjoyed albums by Mick Harvey, Unkle, Go! Team this year. And lots of others too.
Decent list of 50 though I thought.
for being a quick off the mark smart arse.
you effectively had to sell your soul if you wanted the album. Luckily I didn't.