Started by Chris Quartly, January 23, 2015, 15:25:51 pm
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Quote from: Thailand Express on January 27, 2015, 00:45:06 amAccording to the interview in Prog, Neil wants to do Hand Over Fist and Presto. That'll get them packed to the rafters.....
Quote from: Fishy on January 25, 2015, 10:36:47 amany Ayr dates announced yet ?
Quote from: Jonners on January 26, 2015, 15:59:24 pmThere is simply no need to charge prices like that,Im not interested in an argument about declining CD sales, pirating, market forces etcits too much, as there is little doubt that this will be a final farewell, so people will feel obliged to shell out or miss outI find it all a bit tasteless to be frank, you have NP quoted in the last few days about the uncertainty of going out again due to his daughter and family, motivations etc, then someone in management has quoted some revenue projections, and pictures of an R40 drumkit miraculously appear.They may indeed have once been a good band, and I have no issue with people clinging on to that fact.
Quote from: Jonners on January 27, 2015, 10:16:01 amI presume it will be a case of look at ticket sales/margins/profits, then decide if Europe is viable at a slightly later dateWhile it was a good gig by all accounts, I presume they don't want another half full Sheffield
Quote from: Jonners on January 27, 2015, 11:12:31 amGetting front row tickets shouldn't be about who has the biggest wallet or which mobile phone operator they subscribe to, its about who gets up earliest, queues overnight in a sleeping bad, begs/borrows/steals favours, scours the websites and hangs on the phone at 8:59 am ready for the pre sale. Yes the band want and need to earn, but the genuine fans who want and deserve those front 20 rows because they have been in the front 20 rows for 40 years, and bought the album on release day for 40 years, should not have to spend $400 for the privilege.
Quote from: Matt2112 on January 27, 2015, 11:45:32 amARH will be creaming himself.
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