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MadameButterfly wrote:what more could you ask for?
no YEALPS!, decent sound, some new tracks, a bass player and at the end of the gig a CD from the soundboard for £6.99

did I leave anything out?
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James Blast wrote:it isn't when you aren't a khunt
I hope I'm not included in that... :wink:

I don't give a f*ck anymore and I'm only 31. I wanna hear Far Parade. I don't care about set lists anymore. I just wanna hear that song.
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F&L&A
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Detonation Boulevard/Train
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Worst security in Christendom means there's a wristband entry barrier to the front. This means everyone else behind is frowned upon for moving to the music. It's like done of the American gigs.

Still it's the Sisters, it's amazing.
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James Blast wrote: and at the end of the gig a CD from the soundboard for £6.99
That woud be nice. Of course,I go to lots of gigs and it's never ever happened,at least not for that price,in fact the only gig that I can ever recall a cd being available directly after the concert was about a month ago,and it was fifteen quid. Coincidently though,it did have two former members of the Sisters playing on it.
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okay, £14.99
keep da change...
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lex3000 wrote:F&L&A
Ribbons
Detonation Boulevard/Train
Crash And Burn

Worst security in Christendom means there's a wristband entry barrier to the front. This means everyone else behind is frowned upon for moving to the music. It's like done of the American gigs.

Still it's the Sisters, it's amazing.
Hahh ... first news ... ;D ... thank you, lex3000 ... :notworthy: ...
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Things have livened up somewhat. Now got Sonething Fast and More as an encore. Previous complaints remain but good gig otherwise.
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lex3000 wrote:Things have livened up somewhat. Now got Sonething Fast and More as an encore. Previous complaints remain but good gig otherwise.
So no Far Parade ... :lol: ...
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Not many surprises then?
Like pushing a marsmallow into a piggy bank
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Forgot the swag update, there's a new hoody. Black with grey original head and star on the front, Sisters Reptile on the back at €35.
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In no particular order
FALAA
ARAAHP
NTTC
C&B
Neverland
A Gift That Shines
Marian
Arms
Summer
Lucretia
Logic
Train/DB
Alice
Something Fast
TOL
VT
Dominion
Ribbons
OTW/Teachers
More
Corrosion

AND IT WAS BRILLIANT!

Best Sisters gig I can remember. Definitely this century.
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Thanks for the update, that sounds good. Crammerock was also more this century than ever before ... ;D ;D ;D ...
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No time to Cry, Marian , A Rock and a Hard Place, Logic, First and Last and Always and Alice?
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Of the first 5 songs 4 were from FALAA.

They opened with FALAA and it was the best start to a Sisters gig I can remember. I thought Kiss The Carpet in Leeds was special but this was better.

Great sound in an old theatre type venue. Clear vocals and it was LOUD.

Von in a great mood. A couple of times he updated the crowd on the football score of the Irish national team. At one point he draped his arm around Chris mid-song and the great feeling of camaraderie was plain to see.
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That sounds all wonderful ... ;D ;D ;D ...

Thanks for the infos ... :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: ...


* will fall asleep peacefully now ... :lol: ...
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Average gig. Too much smoke. No surprises or new songs. Shrug <[]>
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Average gig, Cramerrock was much better that this one, good dound, but I didn't like the audience,worst security that I've seen in a gig...
And prety overcrowded
Of the 5 gigs that I saw in the xxx tour,this one get the last position(It's just my opinion)
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Ah I enjoyed it. On The Wire was a personal highlight. I didn't really notice what the crowd was like as they were pretty much all behind me, but the sound was good at the front. :)

Grabbed this quick snapshot of the merc booth in case anybody's interested: http://www.flickr.com/photos/inzx/63355 ... 040771669/
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inz wrote:Ah I enjoyed it. On The Wire was a personal highlight. I didn't really notice what the crowd was like as they were pretty much all behind me, but the sound was good at the front. :)

Grabbed this quick snapshot of the merc booth in case anybody's interested: http://www.flickr.com/photos/inzx/63355 ... 040771669/
Merch disappointing... surely we all have f**k Me t-shirts and the Gift one ain't all that :(

No Top Night Out played at the end? :? :(
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No Far Parade.

Rock and a Hard Place AND No Time To Cry! :notworthy:

The sound was absolutely deafening from where I was stood. The slightly weird tonal balance that the Sisters use plus the volume meant that my ears were quite hammered.

Von forgot to sing the first verse of Marian, but they did play probably the best Gift That Shines yet.

Not much onstage banter but they did seem to be enjoying it.

And we got an AC/DC tribute band after. :D
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''Average gig''??? What?! :?
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_emma_ wrote:''Average gig''??? What?! :?
:lol:
It was!
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Oh yeah, no postcard pack. Reckon they're finished then, if you ain't got one yet you missed your chance I'm afraid. :(
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