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  • Best gig of the last 12 months?
  • Premier Icon lunge
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    I’m sure it’s been done before but the comment about Katy Perry not being able to sing live got me thinking.

    For me, British Sea Power at the Brum Academy or Ocean Colour Scene at the same place. Pendulum also deserve a mention but I don’t think I was quite drunk enough to fully appreciate them.

    Premier Icon Nick
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    The Greenman festival was great, even considering the mud, Black Mountain, Alela Diane, Cave Singers, Pentangle, Iron and Wine were all good.

    Premier Icon Amos
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    Guilliemots were awsome at the Oxford Academy

    Premier Icon woody2000
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    Killers in Dublin was top of my gig list for last year. Supported by Bloc Party who were pretty good too 🙂

    Premier Icon fbk
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    Foo’s at Wembley – got to the front barrier ahead of 80,000 people.

    Fantastic 🙂

    Premier Icon Philby
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    Sigur Ros – Bristol Colston Hall – truly mind blowing!
    Second choice would be either James (Colston Hall) or Primal Scream (Carling Academy)

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Does It Offend You Yeah? @Southsea Wedgewood Rooms

    Bloody marvellous. (thats my review, not another band name)

    Premier Icon seven
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    Saw more gigs last year than in the previous decade (due to inability to bike)

    Highlights were:

    Tom Waits in Ediburgh
    Nick Cave in Sheffield
    Goldfrapp in Leeds
    Bruce Springsteen in Manchester

    Looking forward to

    Tinewara (or however they spell it)
    Hamell on Trial

    But guess this year will be less as now back on bike and spending cash on that

    Premier Icon oldgit
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    Has’nt been one for me. Instead I got to escort my daughter to the likes of Escape the Fate. Eliot Minor etc etc all year. But she was 16 a few days ago so I can just leave her to it now.
    And I’ll be dragging her to P J Harvey in April to give her a proper musical ed-u-mication.

    Premier Icon Wibble
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    EOTR festival was good – Mercury Rev esp, but Flaming Lips in Belfast was best of this year – brilliant, what a show!

    fbk – Member
    Foo’s at Wembley – got to the front barrier ahead of 80,000 people.

    Fantastic

    Git! Sorry, just jealousy. Saw them at Live Earth @ Wembley, but only a few songs – still the best on the line-up.

    Premier Icon hicksville
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    seasick steve tonight……………………………oh yeah………………………………………

    Premier Icon oldgit
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    seven
    What were Waits and Cave like?

    Premier Icon Dorset_Knob
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    Killing Joke, Town & Country Club The Forum, October.

    Always helps is your lead singer is several marbles short of a bag.

    Premier Icon stumpyjumper
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    it has to be the foo`s at manchester Dave Grohl is a rock god. its been a long time since i last moshed!

    Premier Icon dave_aber
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    Stranglers
    Pogues
    RATM
    REM
    Pendulum
    All at P in the Dark

    Stranglers again (Inverness)

    For pure comedy value – Starbase 109 (supporting the Stranglers)

    Premier Icon ShinyRedOrange
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    Bon Iver were pretty good, haven’t seen many this year.

    Clutch are always brilliant, if you get a chance to see them go.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Dave – RATM: Are they gigging again? Original line-up?

    Premier Icon steve_b77
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    Linkin Park @ the MEN, hotly followed by the Foo’s again at the MEN.

    Best outside gig was without a doubt ELbow in Del’ Forest, truly anthemic outdoor stylee songs there

    Premier Icon tartanscarf
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    Spiritualized, Glasgow ABC. I’ve seen them about 7 times and this was the best I’ve seen them. Seasick Steve there early last year was good too.

    Premier Icon dave_aber
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    DezB – Original lineup played T in the Park 2008. As for gigging again – anyone’s guess.

    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    Springsteen at Emirates or Goldfrapp at Brixton.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Glasvegas @ Manchester Academy 3. Just because it was such a small venue, And it was so atmospheric

    Premier Icon donsimon
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    The Cure in Palacio de Deportes, Madrid, on stage for about 3 hours….Awesome.

    Premier Icon coolhandluke
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    Unbelievable but COLDPLAY at MEN in December.

    Premier Icon lank45
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    Rage Against The Machine in Paris, that was an amazing gig! Anyone else there?

    Premier Icon Si
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    The Chemical Brothers at Londons Olympia.

    Simply mind blowing.

    Premier Icon kinda666
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    Foo’s at wembley for me too, was there on the Saturday :o)

    Premier Icon manitou
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    Joe Bonamassa
    Stephen Stills
    Matt Schofield

    Premier Icon beej
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    Keb Mo at the Jazz Cafe.
    Joe Bonamassa and Eric Bibb were both good at Cornbury too.

    Premier Icon stratobiker
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    The Tennessee Three at the Lawrence D’Arabie in Chalus just befive Christmas.
    I played geetah!!! We had a great night.
    Wreckless Eric was there! 8)

    Premier Icon stayonthebike
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    Foo’s @ mcr – first big outdoor gig with my lad – fantastic, also Paul weller (again) at the MEN, still brilliant live…(IMHO) …

    Premier Icon xherbivorex
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    sinaloa at kro bar, manchester
    off minor/…who calls so loud/hail brethren at the klondyke bowls club, levenshulme

    i like my gigs nice and tiny. and seemingly obscure too!
    just in case you’re interested in hearing what these bands sound like:

    sinaloa

    off minor

    …who calls so loud

    hail brethren

    Premier Icon Wozza
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    Roots Manuva in Leeds, Jay Z at Glastonbury

    Amazing

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