Did you film those two clips Mr. Tednindo? The first one, the bottle-thrower, was interesting. I only wish you would have panned to the idiot that threw the bottle while Anton was telling him "what to do"...I trust the bouncers did as Anton asked.
First time in Manchester for me and have to say had a fucking ball. Got the train down from Scotland and back up today. Probably the most enthusiastic BJM crowd that i've witnessed and the band were on top form. The place was jumping from start to finish and fuck me that was a bloody sweat shop (great venue though). Like tednindo said the Morrisey shit with the flowers in Joels back hipper was pretty funny and big shout out to Silverlake good bloke even though his choice in tshirts was a bit dubious haha.
no mate i was more to the middle. not sure if the bouncers did. hard to see. so many fuckin tall people
hey saughton.. you shoulda said you were going.. (not that we woulda ended up hookin' up!) turned out we we're late so got in about 15mins before the gig started and missed a coupla other heads.. soz them sprung dancefloors are a must
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Dr Jimmy wrote:
Ywas up on first level & got a decent view round on right hand side..
Dr Jimmy, I could see you from where I was, thanks to your t-shirt. I actually sat there last time and ended up drenched in beer. (It was that bad that one of the other audience members hit the guy who kept chucking beer). This time, I was on the lower level, so I couldn't get over to say hello. I did see Notna, Ultraviolet and Stodmeister briefly though, so I'd argue that the lower levels was a great place to be.
I echo all the words already said regarding the manchester gig. it was special, as always. Those videos are brilliant. Great to see shots from that perspective as i spent most of the time up on the balcony looking down on a mental crowd rather than amongst it. Until next time.
Here is the last of my 5 videos from Manchester....apologies for the shakiness which I normally avoid but it was pretty damn hectic down the front! It was also difficult when a 7 foot guy moves in front of you which happened for this song (and the lighting was very low for this song, hence the darkness)! I thought the mosh pit at last Sundays Stone Roses gig was quite something (but we were right at the front of 75,000 I guess), but this wasn't far off, which came as a bit of a surprise but great all the same. Incredible atmosphere to match an awesome performance!
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Birmingham was great, 2 hour set and really liked Waking up to hand grenades live!
First couple of songs there were some problems with the mics but something was sorted after a little while.
Really enjoyed the long version of Straight up and down to end it all too! They seemed to be enjoying them selves more than the last tour and you have been disconnected is a brilliant addition to the live set!
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