acoustic mainlines vow of silence

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acoustic mainlines vow of silence

Post by anorthernsoul » Tue Oct 17, 2006 7:28 pm

i guess you don't have to observe a vow of silence if you go to one of the acoustic mainlines gigs and therefore know which treats uncy j has unearthed to delight the masses, but, can we have a spoiler thread and a no spoiler thread? some people won't be seeing spiritualized until the end of november, and so it'd be a shame if there were topics like 'OMG SPREAD UR WNGZ' to spoil the surprises.

i think this is a good idea.

"*****" - anorthernsoul on this idea.

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Post by Shaun » Tue Oct 17, 2006 7:55 pm

I think this is an excellent idea ans. So i'm in.


'OMG SPREAD UR WNGZ' :oops:

Where did you get that from ?? :lol:

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Post by duppyconquerer » Tue Oct 17, 2006 8:33 pm

not from me you won't. soon as i see it i'm gonna be talkin' about it in every single thread...
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Post by good dope/good fun » Wed Oct 18, 2006 12:44 am

I always figured that if you don't wanna read something, don't open the thread.
I don't know if your computer operates the same way mine does.

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Post by davedecay » Wed Oct 18, 2006 4:15 am

maybe he means the SUBJECT line, not the contents of the post.

hard to avoid in all caps

OMFG JASON SHARTED IN HIS KECKS ONSTAGE!

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Post by Jasonsmith » Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:22 am

how about a vow of silence while the man is playing? I've had a few gigs spoilt by people yacking to their friends and at the QEH almost came to blows with someone who was making their third trip to the bar and so had to barge past during the transcendendant intro to 'I think I'm in love'. I've got front row tickets for 2 shows so hopefully this won't be such a problem, but please spare a thought for your fellow guests who might want to listen to the music instead of hearing about how good they used to be or how pissed you are. Oh, and I propose summary flogging of anyone whose mobile goes off.

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Post by gimperella » Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:42 am

Jasonsmith wrote:how about a vow of silence while the man is playing? I've had a few gigs spoilt by people yacking to their friends and at the QEH almost came to blows with someone who was making their third trip to the bar and so had to barge past during the transcendendant intro to 'I think I'm in love'. I've got front row tickets for 2 shows so hopefully this won't be such a problem, but please spare a thought for your fellow guests who might want to listen to the music instead of hearing about how good they used to be or how pissed you are. Oh, and I propose summary flogging of anyone whose mobile goes off.
Well bloody said. Some bell-end and his 3 mates made 14 trips to the bar during the daniel johnston show at the barbican. Not one of them apologised. C*nts.

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Post by Greeny » Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:09 am

gimperella wrote:
Jasonsmith wrote:how about a vow of silence while the man is playing? I've had a few gigs spoilt by people yacking to their friends and at the QEH almost came to blows with someone who was making their third trip to the bar and so had to barge past during the transcendendant intro to 'I think I'm in love'. I've got front row tickets for 2 shows so hopefully this won't be such a problem, but please spare a thought for your fellow guests who might want to listen to the music instead of hearing about how good they used to be or how pissed you are. Oh, and I propose summary flogging of anyone whose mobile goes off.
Well bloody said. Some bell-end and his 3 mates made 14 trips to the bar during the daniel johnston show at the barbican. Not one of them apologised. C*nts.

Abso-bloody-lutely!

People around me in the QEH had better be quiet during the bits they're supposed to be quiet or there's trouble ahead. I'm sick to death of c*ntish London gig-goers who can't shut up and listen for more than a nanosecond.

At least the Spz crowd can usually be counted on to behave, especially at seated gigs and especially near the front, where we'll be....

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Post by ragmop » Wed Oct 18, 2006 3:47 pm

anyone know if it's ok to tape these shows??

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Post by Chapter Two » Wed Oct 18, 2006 5:33 pm

I find it quite funny how much aggression there is in the members of the Spiritualized forum. Shouldn't you all be listening to Slipknot or something?

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Post by a beautiful noise » Wed Oct 18, 2006 6:46 pm

Chapter Two wrote:I find it quite funny how much aggression there is in the members of the Spiritualized forum. Shouldn't you all be listening to Slipknot or something?
you would think you would have learned to not stir shit up by now.

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Post by Fuzzhead » Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:18 pm

Chapter Two wrote:I find it quite funny how much aggression there is in the members of the Spiritualized forum. Shouldn't you all be listening to Slipknot or something?
Who the fuck asked you anyway?

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Post by spooks » Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:42 pm

slipknots for girls, i fuckin hate people chatting/ singing along to songs, i wanna listen to the music not some mug who knows the words to the lastest hit

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Post by Starfish » Wed Oct 18, 2006 10:51 pm

There was a bit of a row on here a coupla years ago during the Complete Works tour when some people (ie: me) had the nerve to complain about people who wouldn't shut up during the gigs.

http://www.spiritualized.com/message2/v ... 73&start=0

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Post by simonkeeping » Mon Oct 23, 2006 9:56 am

Whats going on? I dont want to rouine the surprise thats awaits me tonight.

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Post by ben crook » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:47 am

it's not just London types that are noisy c*nts if Salisbury and Brighton were anything to go by.

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Post by ononist » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:52 am

Much too much chat last night - partly i think cos they were all sat down and other than the front couple of rows no one could see anything. . Tonight will be much better.

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Post by ragmop » Mon Oct 23, 2006 11:33 am

ragmop wrote:anyone know if it's ok to tape these shows??

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Post by gimperella » Mon Oct 23, 2006 12:11 pm

ragmop wrote:
ragmop wrote:anyone know if it's ok to tape these shows??
its fine to tape the shows unless someone stops you, then its best not to.

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Post by ragmop » Mon Oct 23, 2006 1:30 pm

cool, just don't wanna get chucked out for the sake of a recording, i'm in the front row so it may be a little blatant, we'll see...

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Post by Greeny » Mon Oct 23, 2006 3:16 pm

I'm giving it a go as well, but since this is my first ever attempt at bootlegging it's sure to be a disaster!!

I was really tempted to bring my trusty digiCam in too, but it's so exposed at QEH I'm sure I'd have been busted without even getting a single song down...

Shame it's not like the Red Rose, where I video'd the entire Han Bennink main set without any interference at all!

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Post by ro » Tue Oct 24, 2006 12:25 am

hey hey greeny,
speaking of, i went to see han bennink a few weeks ago, would you want to make a trade?
pls. see resurrected han bennink thread.

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Post by Manimal » Tue Oct 24, 2006 8:49 am

My observation after last night's gig in London:

When someone talks around you they annoy you and the other people around them. However, when you

SHHHHHHHH

them, you spread the joy and fuck off every person in the audience.

The SHHHHHH-ers are the new talkers and are worse IMO

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