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The Last 15 Acts


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Written on: 22.04.2012 20:27
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
Ruslabox wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Macho wrote:

What about:

Lana Del Rey
Grace Jones
Crystal Castles
Medeon
Magnetic Man
David August
Art Department
Crazy P
Azari & III
Gossip
DJ Hell
The Rapture
The Golden Filter
Maceo Plex
Todd Tejre
Dead Can Dance
Shed
Tale Of Us

...I know alot of elctronic acts, but we need to get Apollo off to a great start!



You don't think the electronica fans have had their feed for this year?

We need more mash up though. DJS From Mars or Loo & Placido or DJ Schmolli would do nicely. Or some chill with LeeDM101 or... or .... or... icon_biggrin.gif




Considering the fact that they have a whole stage just for electronic artists, no.

Which acts until now could play Apollo (not counting Apollo Countdown acts)?

Lets see:
Modeselektor
Pretty Lights (Maybe Cosmopol)
Shlohmo
120 days (Not sure)
Addison Groove
Analogik
AraabMUZIK
Amsterdance
Blondes
Commix
Dalglish (Maybe Gloria, I haven't listened to enough of his music to decide)
DJ Static (Though probably Cosmopol)
Elektro Guzzi
Martyn
Oneohtrix Point Never (Maybe Gloria)
Rangleklods
Rockwell
Toddla T (Maybe Cosmopol)

That's 13 for sure and 5 maybe's. If the Stage will be as active as the other stages that means about 20-23 total concerts. I think there are a couple of electronic acts to go, but whether it will DJs like those Macho mentions or live acts i don't know. There aren't that many DJs (if any) as of now, but that doesn't seem to be Roskilde's preference in the electronic genres (something which I'm personally happy about). DJ Koze was the only one who played a DJ set last year as far as i recall.






I think it was mentioned at the poster release that the DJ Static show was the closing act on Arena Sunday (correct me if I am wrong). It wouldn't make sense at Apollo either. It has been established that the stage itself is very small, and a lineup with a 27 man big band and 30 vocalists as guests wouldn't fit on there.

I think that some of the smaller rappers on the lineup are going to be on Apollo instead.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 22.04.2012 at 20:28.]
Written on: 22.04.2012 21:43
Ruslabox
Posts: 168
Thinking about it, the DJ Static show at Arena seems quite obvious, no idea why i even considered putting it on Apollo.

And Yes, Amsterdance will probably take up several slots - taking this into account leaves about 2-4 slots for Apollo.

I'm also curious whether there will be one more electronic subliner - if not, Paul Kalkbrenner probably gets the saturday-night electronic spot at Orange.
Written on: 23.04.2012 00:10
TMaagaard
Posts: 380
Ruslabox wrote:
Considering the fact that they have a whole stage just for electronic artists, no.

Which acts until now could play Apollo (not counting Apollo Countdown acts)?

Lets see:
Modeselektor
Pretty Lights (Maybe Cosmopol)
Shlohmo
120 days (Not sure)
Addison Groove
Analogik
AraabMUZIK
Amsterdance
Blondes
Commix
Dalglish (Maybe Gloria, I haven't listened to enough of his music to decide)
DJ Static (Though probably Cosmopol)
Elektro Guzzi
Martyn
Oneohtrix Point Never (Maybe Gloria)
Rangleklods
Rockwell
Toddla T (Maybe Cosmopol)

That's 13 for sure and 5 maybe's. If the Stage will be as active as the other stages that means about 20-23 total concerts. I think there are a couple of electronic acts to go, but whether it will DJs like those Macho mentions or live acts i don't know. There aren't that many DJs (if any) as of now, but that doesn't seem to be Roskilde's preference in the electronic genres (something which I'm personally happy about). DJ Koze was the only one who played a DJ set last year as far as i recall.


Have we heard anything about how active Apollo will be during the day?
And DJ sets is probably going to be a bit longer than your average concert. What I'm getting at is that the number of concerts there quite possibly won't be as high as the other stages.
Written on: 23.04.2012 03:31
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
There will be a lot of electronic artists playing the other stages just as usual. At the pressrelease Rikke Øxner said something about how the electronic scene was exploding now and how Apollo was a way of facing this evolution and demand for electronic music in general. ..I think

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 23.04.2012 at 03:32.]
Written on: 23.04.2012 09:17
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?
Written on: 23.04.2012 09:34
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
Christian Forslund wrote:

As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?

I hope so. I actually forgot how nice a slew of names they came up with last year. I think the above is a pretty impressive list and something similar would alleviate much of the criticism, the bookers face atm. It goes to show that the bookers make the last names count.
Written on: 23.04.2012 09:55
TMaagaard
Posts: 380
Coldblooded wrote:

I hope so. I actually forgot how nice a slew of names they came up with last year. I think the above is a pretty impressive list and something similar would alleviate much of the criticism, the bookers face atm. It goes to show that the bookers make the last names count.


That really is quite impressive. Something similar this year and all criticism so far seems obsolete.
Well, maybe a couple of genres will still be under-represented. Reggae, anyone?
Written on: 23.04.2012 10:05
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
TMaagaard wrote:

Coldblooded wrote:

I hope so. I actually forgot how nice a slew of names they came up with last year. I think the above is a pretty impressive list and something similar would alleviate much of the criticism, the bookers face atm. It goes to show that the bookers make the last names count.


That really is quite impressive. Something similar this year and all criticism so far seems obsolete.
Well, maybe a couple of genres will still be under-represented. Reggae, anyone?

Yeah, a strong reggae/dancehall name on top of The Abyssinians and Raske Penge & Klumben wouldn't be too bad.
Written on: 23.04.2012 11:05
Don Roberto
Posts: 342
Roskilde is in between Alborosie's US and Euro dates this summer... Manu Chao is touring as well...
Written on: 23.04.2012 23:42
Kuken Andersson
Posts: 109
Christian Forslund wrote:

As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?


That is some shitty bands right there. But remember Prince the year before that?
Written on: 23.04.2012 23:48
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
Joseph wrote:

Christian Forslund wrote:

As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?


That is some shitty bands right there. But remember Prince the year before that?

Are you for real? TV On The Radio made me run down to the nearest Fona right away to get my ticket
Written on: 24.04.2012 00:06
TMaagaard
Posts: 380
Joseph wrote:

That is some shitty bands right there. But remember Prince the year before that?


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WUM?
Written on: 24.04.2012 01:55
Kuken Andersson
Posts: 109
I Like Turtles wrote:

Joseph wrote:

Christian Forslund wrote:

As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?


That is some shitty bands right there. But remember Prince the year before that?

Are you for real? TV On The Radio made me run down to the nearest Fona right away to get my ticket


Taste etc.

Btw, swedish Deportees is probably one of the 15. All of the bands performing at Roskilde road trip has been announced on the poster except them.
Written on: 24.04.2012 07:29
Christian Forslund
Posts: 342
Joseph wrote:

Christian Forslund wrote:

As far as I can see, this was the bands booked last year (it might not be entirely correct, since I just looked through release threads)

Portishead
Kaizers Orchestra
My chemical Romance
Raveonettes
Graveyard
Love Shop
Next Life
Essence
tv on the radio
Alcoholic Faith Mission
Per Vers
Hoffmaestro
Hymns from Nineveh
Daniel Norgren

That is one headliner and 3-4 subliners. Should we expect similar this year?


That is some shitty bands right there. But remember Prince the year before that?

Shitty? Four of the bands played Orange including Portishead, who in my opinion was the second largest booking last year (after Iron Maiden).
I hated the Prince booking on the other hand. They spent (according to the rumours) almost a third of the musicbudget on a poppy guy, whom in my opinion didn't even fit Roskilde.
Written on: 24.04.2012 10:07
Mikko
Posts: 8
System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif
Written on: 24.04.2012 10:22
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.
Written on: 24.04.2012 11:02
Mikko
Posts: 8
Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that
Written on: 24.04.2012 11:13
Thorbjørn
Posts: 100
Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 24.04.2012 at 11:14.]
Written on: 24.04.2012 11:18
Emil Asbjørn Madsen
Posts: 93
Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.
Written on: 24.04.2012 11:33
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.
Written on: 24.04.2012 11:41
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.

Pretty much a given this. People shouldn't expect something extraordinary, but they can hope for something safe and nice (which isn't nescecarily a bad thing icon_wink.gif )
Written on: 24.04.2012 12:53
Mikko
Posts: 8
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.

Pretty much a given this. People shouldn't expect something extraordinary, but they can hope for something safe and nice (which isn't nescecarily a bad thing icon_wink.gif )



Well who expected Prince in 2010?? I dont think that anyone saw that coming icon_smile.gif But yeah, Im not expecting anything. Just hoping for something awesome to make the line-up complete...
Written on: 24.04.2012 13:10
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
Mikko wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.

Pretty much a given this. People shouldn't expect something extraordinary, but they can hope for something safe and nice (which isn't nescecarily a bad thing icon_wink.gif )



Well who expected Prince in 2010?? I dont think that anyone saw that coming icon_smile.gif But yeah, Im not expecting anything. Just hoping for something awesome to make the line-up complete...


In 2010 they didn't have anyone like Bruce clogging the budget?

I also hope for something awesome- but I think they need to be clever with budget restraints.

We'll see what they come up with, more Orange bands are badly needed to balance the programme and for some bands not to have to play there IMO
Written on: 24.04.2012 16:17
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.

Pretty much a given this. People shouldn't expect something extraordinary, but they can hope for something safe and nice (which isn't nescecarily a bad thing icon_wink.gif )



Well who expected Prince in 2010?? I dont think that anyone saw that coming icon_smile.gif But yeah, Im not expecting anything. Just hoping for something awesome to make the line-up complete...


In 2010 they didn't have anyone like Bruce clogging the budget?
I also hope for something awesome- but I think they need to be clever with budget restraints.

We'll see what they come up with, more Orange bands are badly needed to balance the programme and for some bands not to have to play there IMO

They had Gorillaz, Muse and The Prodigy which must have been quite expensive. This year we have 3 headliners that must have been pretty cheap. I think we could get something big still
Written on: 24.04.2012 16:55
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
I Like Turtles wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Emil Asbjørn Madsen wrote:

Thorbjørn wrote:

Mikko wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mikko wrote:

System of a Down just announced a North American tour in august! Could it be possible that they would also do some shows in Europe before august??

We are definitely missing a metal headliner and SOAD would fill that gap just nicely icon_smile.gif


If Roskilde has the money, it's not impossible for them to convince SOAD to come. I doubt it however.


Well Roskilde had the money for Prince after the poster release two years ago so there's gotta be a lot of it still left. Not to mention Faith No More in 2009... I doubt it too but this forum is for rumours, hopes and wishes so I'll keep doing just that


I think you'll find that there isn't quite as much left this time, considering they've already booked Bruce Springsteen. He probably takes up a good chunk of the budget.

Still some pretty impressive names added late to last year's lineup. Something similar would definitely make this year's lineup quite a decent one.


True, and I don't think that just because Bruce has been booked, we won't get another headliner - remember Prince in ´10. At least I hope for another headliner, considering there are so many in the neighbourhood.


I'm overly convinced that we'll see another headliner this year... however to convince SOAD to start their tour before for maybe this one date in Europe, would demand impressive persuasion skills as well as a good chunk of money. It's not impossible, if this is Roskilde's main wish, I just doubt it, and I think they'll spend the money on something in the neighbourhood already.

Pretty much a given this. People shouldn't expect something extraordinary, but they can hope for something safe and nice (which isn't nescecarily a bad thing icon_wink.gif )



Well who expected Prince in 2010?? I dont think that anyone saw that coming icon_smile.gif But yeah, Im not expecting anything. Just hoping for something awesome to make the line-up complete...


In 2010 they didn't have anyone like Bruce clogging the budget?
I also hope for something awesome- but I think they need to be clever with budget restraints.

We'll see what they come up with, more Orange bands are badly needed to balance the programme and for some bands not to have to play there IMO

They had Gorillaz, Muse and The Prodigy which must have been quite expensive. This year we have 3 headliners that must have been pretty cheap. I think we could get something big still


Not even close to Bruce, Bjørk and The Cure I would think. Bruce taking about 50% of that. I can't see The Prodigy and Gorillaz being more expensive than The Cure and Bjørk, and Bruca is certainly more expensive than Muse who probably was that years most expensive.

Just don't expect too much is all I am saying icon_wink.gif


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