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Old 09-05-2009, 01:26 AM
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I'm going to try and see ZZ Top in Wolverhampton, thankfully for me I can catch a train the whole way there and see them without changing :P

I am also hoping to see Motorhead in Newport in November and the Shadows final tour in Cardiff in December

ZZ Top should really have more UK tours, and when I say UK tours, I mean including Wales - for some reason, many bands think a "UK Tour" is being around England and one or two venues in Scotland while forgetting they have fans in Wales!

Thank God for Hard Rock Hell in North Wales (AKA Gogland to us South Wailians)
you think wales is bad try over here in ireland and youll see how many bands avoid the place.
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Old 09-05-2009, 01:29 AM
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I had my earplugs in for the whole show, but when they went off stage prior to the encore I decided to listen to the last 3 songs without earplugs just to really get the full experience of the power and volume of Motorhead. Oh my god, that was LOOOOUUUUUDDDD! Holy crap! Good thing I had my earplugs in the rest of the time or else I wouldn't be able to hear a thing today!

Great show, pretty standard setlist, in no particular order, and I might be missing a song or two.......
Iron Fist - this was the first song played
Stay Clean
Be My Baby
Rock Out
No Class
Metropolis
Teach You How to Sing the Blues
Another Perfect Day
I Got Mine
Love For Sale
Over the Top
In the Name of Tragedy
Just Cos You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death
Bomber

Encore:
Whorehouse Blues
Ace of Spades
Overkill


Next gig, after giving my ears a rest....Edguy.


im of to see them in nov and tbh im a tad disappointed with that set list
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:10 AM
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Listen, earplugs at a gig means nothing to me I've had tinitus for all me life so it's like, why the hell bother with trivialities? Is that's a word I dunno... but you know what I mean, if it;s too loud you're TOO OLD HA HA AH HAHA HA!!!! Yeah cliche for someone like me but hey, I hear high and low squeals all me life what ya gonna do I dunno...
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Old 09-05-2009, 07:59 PM
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Well my mom just got me a ticket to see KISS "Alive 35" Sept 25th at COBO Hall in Detroit. She took me to see them when I was a little one the weekend they recorded the "Alive" album back in the early seventies. This might be cool because this will be the last show at the venue before they tear it down, the only this is Ace and Peter are no longer in the band so the excitment might not be the same, but it should be cool anyway.
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:09 PM
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Well my mom just got me a ticket to see KISS "Alive 35" Sept 25th at COBO Hall in Detroit. She took me to see them when I was a little one the weekend they recorded the "Alive" album back in the early seventies. This might be cool because this will be the last show at the venue before they tear it down, the only this is Ace and Peter are no longer in the band so the excitment might not be the same, but it should be cool anyway.
Criss scared me. Plus he's not much of a drummer - anymore. So who's the guitarist and drummer then?
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:59 PM
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Criss scared me. Plus he's not much of a drummer - anymore. So who's the guitarist and drummer then?
Eric Singer on drums, Tommy Thayer on guitar
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Old 09-05-2009, 11:07 PM
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Just ordered tix for http://www.livewiredc.co.uk/ who are on with http://www.limehouselizzy.co.uk/

A night of nostalgia!

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Old 09-05-2009, 11:20 PM
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Just ordered tix for http://www.livewiredc.co.uk/ who are on with http://www.limehouselizzy.co.uk/

A night of nostalgia!

Manchester Academy 19/09/09
you will not regret it!! I saw LiveWire at haverhill, in april, and they were FANTASIC. they play a great mix of old and new, and loads of stuff the real 'DC don't anyomre, and they have cannons!!
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Old 09-05-2009, 11:34 PM
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you will not regret it!! I saw LiveWire at haverhill, in april, and they were FANTASIC. they play a great mix of old and new, and loads of stuff the real 'DC don't anyomre, and they have cannons!!
Yes...that's the stuff I want to hear! I saw a band called AB/CD about 15 years ago in the early days of tribute bands and they only played Bon stuff. The guy who was Angus was about 6' 5"! Anyone on here remember them?

I've seen pics of the cannons...do they carry 'em in a suitcase?

Did you hear about this? http://edlivewire.proboards.com/inde...ay&thread=2330
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Old 09-06-2009, 01:23 AM
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Yes...that's the stuff I want to hear! I saw a band called AB/CD about 15 years ago in the early days of tribute bands and they only played Bon stuff. The guy who was Angus was about 6' 5"! Anyone on here remember them?

I've seen pics of the cannons...do they carry 'em in a suitcase?

Did you hear about this? http://edlivewire.proboards.com/inde...ay&thread=2330
I remember seeing AB/CD when they opened for the Stereophonics at Morfa Stadium in Swansea about 10 years or so ago, they got the day off to a good start.
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