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Fishy

mmm..it's not entirily convincing is it.. "maybe we'll see..."...
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Nick

If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?
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Nïckslïkk2112

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?

No.
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Thailand Express

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?


Interesting question.  I might as a one off in a decent theatre venue.  Never been to a gig at the Albert Hall but I've heard it's not the best for rock concerts...

Fishy

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?


Not a fecking chance...
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Neph

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?


If it included a gammy from a Tahitian hooker then it's a resounding yes from me.
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captainkurtz

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?

Yes.
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Muppet

Quote from: Neph on July 23, 2015, 00:14:45 am
If it included a gammy from a Tahitian hooker then it's a resounding yes from me.


Better if it was a female Tahitian hooker for me
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Red Star

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?


Yes probably if it was the last chance to ever see them perform live again.
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Jonners

No.

But then again I simply do not believe that they will play their last note on "foreign" soil

I imagine with it being LA there will be a huge afterparty, lots of guests and family and executives. Cant see them all traipsing over to London or Birmingham or Sheffield for that......
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The Letter R

Quote from: Nick on July 22, 2015, 21:45:40 pm
If they announced a couple of UK shows, say RAH, would you pay £250 a ticket?

That's an easy one - Yes

Thailand Express

Massey Hall, 40th anniversary of ATWAS?...

Matt2112

Yes to both.  I paid half of £250 to see Prince last year and he's less than half as good...
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Fishy

so Rush= 0.5 x250 of prince < 0.5  ?
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