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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Nïckslïkk2112 on Today at 21:54:56 »
The European Banking Agency is officially moving out of the UK to Paris and the European Medical Agency to Amsterdam.
Thanks Brexit, that'll do the UKs global reputation for banking and medicinal research the world of good eh?
So, EU agencies are moving to remain in the EU. Nothing to see here, move along :)

In view of all the LIBOR scandals and such like, what is our banking reputation? Anyhoo, these are only regulatory agencies so the EMA has got the square root of bugger all to do with any actual research.

The decision on where to base the EMA was made by the drawing of lots. What kind of way is that to run an organisation? An organisation which wastes millions on the regular movement of its parliament, a movment which every member apart from one intransigent one would like to see stopped, but won't be because of the intransigence of said bunch of garlic breathed, beret wearing, cheese eating surrender monkeys :)
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Nick on Today at 20:47:46 »
The European Banking Agency is officially moving out of the UK to Paris and the European Medical Agency to Amsterdam.
Thanks Brexit, that'll do the UKs global reputation for banking and medicinal research the world of good eh?
Still, it's what the people deliberately voted for in the referendum right? And the Government have a duty to destroy our economic future because of an advisory referendum right? It's not as if one of the first duties of Parliament is to protect our economy and our livelihoods is it?
Brexiteers absolutely KNEW this would happen. Right? And it's all good because we've taken back control right? OF WHAT? We are giving away more and more control of our country every single month since gullible fools believed the pack of lies that they were told by the Leave EU campaigns! Farage!!!! The one that takes money regularly from Russian state television told you that we'd get back control.
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Other Bands / Re: Von Hertzen Brothers
« Last post by Nïckslïkk2112 on Today at 20:25:30 »

Don't know what has happened to the bald, bearded drummer though, and the keyboard player was different to the one I've seen on most of their videos.
Glad you enjoyed them Zooners :)

The drummer they have now is apparently one they used years ago. As for the old Keyboard player, when I last saw them he'd got a bad leg, so maybe it fell off...
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Van Halen - Fair Warning

It's dark, it's seedy, it's jaded, it's the perfect tension-relieving album on the post-work commute.

And it's an extraordinary collection of the most unhinged, bat$hit, WTF stunt guitar soloing Edward ever committed to record. 
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Events / Re: Del Amitri Tour - July 2018
« Last post by The Old Dog on Today at 19:09:17 »
I'm a fan, so obviously biased....they were good in 2014...it was a greatest hits tour, so full of crowd pleasers with the odd "deep cut" thrown in for good measure...the "post tour, live album" was disappointing though....I've heard better bootlegs.

Agreed Into The Mirror was a poor effort I see they're playing Embra castle provided it doesn't pish doon and blows the proverbial gale up on the esplanade it could be a fun night ,haven't seen dels play since 97  :o
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Events / Re: Del AMitri Tour - July 2018
« Last post by Bez on Today at 13:15:56 »
Worth seeing?  I had tickets to see them back in 1995, but they postponed to the same day at Page & Plant and I never did get around to seeing them again...

I'm a fan, so obviously biased....they were good in 2014...it was a greatest hits tour, so full of crowd pleasers with the odd "deep cut" thrown in for good measure...the "post tour, live album" was disappointing though....I've heard better bootlegs.
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Events / Re: What's in your Gig Diary 2018
« Last post by The Letter R on Today at 12:57:13 »
A couple more added :-

Jan 18th - Bernie Marsden - 100 Club London
Feb 3rd - Still Marillion - West End Centre - Aldershot
Feb 9th - Henry Rollins Travel Slideshow - Ondaatje Theatre Kensington
Feb 17th - Vandenbergs Moonkings - Underworld Camden
March 9th - The Temperance Movement - Forum Kentish Town
April 4th - Greta Van Fleet - 02 Islington
May 8th - Brothers Osborne - Concorde 2 Brighton
May 11th - Brothers Osborne - Koko Camden
July 6th - Roger Waters - Hyde Park London
Nov 19th - Australian Pink Floyd Show - G Live Guildford

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Events / Re: What's in your Gig Diary 2017
« Last post by The Letter R on Today at 12:42:27 »
Managed to bag a ticket for the Temperance Movement tonight at The Borderline  8)

16 Jan – Snooker – Alexandra Palace London
23 Jan – Chris Hadfield – Wimbledon Theatre
16 March - Charlie Worsham - Borderline - looking after Maria  ;)
24 March – Rob Brydon – Basingstoke Anvil
28 March – Blackberry Smoke – Roundhouse Camden
12 April - The Magpie Salute - Under The Bridge Club Stamford Bridge
27 May – Iron Maiden – 02 London
14 June - Kings X - Islington Assembly Rooms
16 June – Guns’n’Roses – Olympic Park London
17 June – Rainbow ( Stone Free Festival ) – 02 London
19 June - Dan Baird & Homemade Sin - Boom Boom Club Sutton
20 June - Metal Church - Underworld Camden
24 June - ELO - Wembley Stadium - London
27 June - Cheap Trick - Forum Kentish Town
28 June - Graveltones - Boileroom Guildford
9 July – Tom Petty – Hyde Park London
16 July - Lee Aaron - Underworld Camden
26 July - Sacred Reich - Underworld Camden
23 Aug - Miranada Lambert support from Ward Thomas - Hammy O
19 Sept - Foo Fighters - 02 London
26 Sept - Simo - Borderline London
22 Oct - Metallica - 02 London
28 Oct - Hall & Oates - 02 London
5 Nov - Charlie Worsham acoustic show - Rhythm & Brews Vinyl Cafe Chiswick ( secret gig  ;)  )
14 Nov - Cadillac Three - Kentish Town Forum
20th Nov - Temperance Movement - Borderline - London
5th Dec - Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown - Dingwalls Camden
15 Dec - Fish - Islington Assembly Rooms
21 Dec - Wolfsbane - Islington Acemdemy





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Clockwork Angels are playing a fantastic 2 hour set of classic Rush music on Friday 23rd March at the O2 ABC2 in Glasgow. This is gig is taking place on the night before the Steven Wilson gig at the Clyde Auditorium.


And the band will be playing the album “Moving Pictures” in its entirety!!!


Tickets are only £10 each (plus booking fee) and can be purchased from the following link....


http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/clockwork-angels-a-celebration-of-glasgow-23-03-2018/event/1F00535EF9C9C6FD?artistid=5246559&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=1&bba=1


Here is the event link on Facebook.......


https://www.facebook.com/events/152257302052828??ti=ia


Hope you can make it along for a fantastic weekend of brilliant music.
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Events / Re: Del AMitri Tour - July 2018
« Last post by captainkurtz on Today at 10:10:18 »
Worth seeing?  I had tickets to see them back in 1995, but they postponed to the same day at Page & Plant and I never did get around to seeing them again...
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