2005/08/10, Zürich, Switzerland

Gig reviews, set lists, thoughts, comments and observations on the August 2005 European tour.
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pikkrong wrote: I remember Sulpher in Berlin 2003.
I prefer not to remember them. At all. :roll: :lol:
Celebrations done, more to come, hopefully.

Meanwhile: I'm still confused but on a higher level... :-)
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maybe there are some people that liked Paradise Lost... :lol:
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Eva wrote:
pikkrong wrote: I remember Sulpher in Berlin 2003.
I prefer not to remember them. At all. :roll: :lol:
They grew on me after a while. :)
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Andrew S wrote:
Eva wrote:
pikkrong wrote: I remember Sulpher in Berlin 2003.
I prefer not to remember them. At all. :roll: :lol:
They grew on me after a while. :)
You had a conversation with them? :innocent:
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pikkrong wrote:
Andrew S wrote:
Eva wrote: I prefer not to remember them. At all. :roll: :lol:
They grew on me after a while. :)
You had a conversation with them? :innocent:
Yes. The heckling I got in Berlin was apparently "part of the act". They were much nicer offstage.
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Andrew S wrote:
pikkrong wrote:
Andrew S wrote: They grew on me after a while. :)
You had a conversation with them? :innocent:
Yes. The heckling I got in Berlin was apparently "part of the act". They were much nicer offstage.
They "bought" you with a lousy t-shirt... :roll: :lol:
Celebrations done, more to come, hopefully.

Meanwhile: I'm still confused but on a higher level... :-)
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Eva wrote:
Andrew S wrote:
pikkrong wrote: You had a conversation with them? :innocent:
Yes. The heckling I got in Berlin was apparently "part of the act". They were much nicer offstage.
They "bought" you with a lousy t-shirt... :roll: :lol:
And a few drinks. :lol:
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Eva wrote:
Andrew S wrote:
pikkrong wrote: You had a conversation with them? :innocent:
Yes. The heckling I got in Berlin was apparently "part of the act". They were much nicer offstage.
They "bought" you with a lousy t-shirt... :roll: :lol:
Was it SO lousy that you can't use it even as a pillow in trains? :wink:
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pikkrong wrote:
Eva wrote: They "bought" you with a lousy t-shirt... :roll: :lol:
Was it SO lousy that you can't use it even as a pillow in trains? :wink:
It was after I'd finished with it. I wore it to their last gig on the tour but snipped off the sleeves so my head&star tattoo was visible. :) Not really enough material left for a pillow.
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pikkrong wrote:
Really strange that I had forgotten it. And strange that when I was going to post a note about them you had already done it :)
Yesterday, when I was lying on my back, I it occurred to me that there was quite amusing support band in Zürich. Sometimes they reminded me Glitter band :)
But what was their name :?:
Their name is FANOE and it was the first official gig....
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kronik wrote:
pikkrong wrote:
Really strange that I had forgotten it. And strange that when I was going to post a note about them you had already done it :)
Yesterday, when I was lying on my back, I it occurred to me that there was quite amusing support band in Zürich. Sometimes they reminded me Glitter band :)
But what was their name :?:
Their name is FANOE and it was the first official gig....
First gig? Supporting the Sisters right away? :eek:

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Yep. And apparently :von: himself gave his ok. They weren't bad btw. :D
Celebrations done, more to come, hopefully.

Meanwhile: I'm still confused but on a higher level... :-)
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Eva wrote:Yep. And apparently :von: himself gave his ok. They weren't bad btw. :D
i agree...not bad..but a little boringly... :roll:
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kronik wrote:
Eva wrote:Yep. And apparently :von: himself gave his ok. They weren't bad btw. :D
i agree...not bad..but a little boringly... :roll:
Yes, you're right. But, to be fair, what chance has any band that plays before The Sisters? I can only speak for myself, but when I go to a Sisters gig anybody who plays before is a mere nuisance, no matter how good they are. But that's at least partly my fault and not theirs... ;D
Celebrations done, more to come, hopefully.

Meanwhile: I'm still confused but on a higher level... :-)
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maybe there are some people that liked Paradise Lost...

Dear AndremcCabe,
I have just seen them last friday. I walked away within 20 minutes. The singer was in such a bad mood! He was trying to ruin my perfect evening.
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