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The Teaser-thread


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Written on: 11.12.2009 20:57
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 488
would love it if you are right!
Written on: 11.12.2009 22:55
Kasper Holm
Posts: 421
I really hope you're not right...
Written on: 12.12.2009 00:51
emil
Posts: 7
Kasper Holm skrev:

I really hope you're not right...


Doesnt D-A-D count as metal? icon_razz.gif
Written on: 12.12.2009 01:25
Sölvi Þór
Posts: 52
Well, it could still be Jónsi because I was talking about his solo act, not Sigur Rós, but it's kinda far taken saying that it's a band called Jónsi although he will be supported by a band.

My bet is now on Alphabeat, just released an single and an album called The Spell and of course their bandname.

Well they're okay icon_smile.gif

Although, I think it's highly likely that Jónsi will play at Roskilde next year !
They always talk so nicely about Roskilde in interveiws and common, they wrote a song about the experience being there after playing there !

The song is called ,,Með suð í eyrum'' which means ,,With a buzz in our ears'', in an interveiw (in icelandic) they explained the meaning of the lyrics: the name of the song is a reference to the buzz in their ears after playing, the lyrics also say ,,with soot in our eyes'' which references the soot from the burning tents''

Jónsi is also just such a typical Roskilde act in my opinion icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 12.12.2009 01:36
Deleted user Epiphany: B*Witched (my only other guess would be Electric Wizard)

He can't spell the band name. What a sick joke to play on us.

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Written on: 12.12.2009 01:57
Aleg-One
Posts: 1749
D-A-D seems plausible too icon_smile.gif But it acutally makes most sence with Alphabeat - just hope its not true.. And they played last year icon_smile.gif
Written on: 12.12.2009 02:01
Deleted user Even though he knows the Alphabeat, he can't spell the bandnames.



...It is Alphabeat isn't it? What a letdown.
Written on: 12.12.2009 02:03
Aleg-One
Posts: 1749
it could also be something japanese or african or something..
Written on: 12.12.2009 03:30
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
Aleg-One skrev:

it could also be something japanese or african or something..


Like Moi Dix Moi, Girugamesh, Hanatarash, Pizzicato Five? All bands from Japan with difficult namnes I'd like to see.

Then there's the recordbreaker in my book from Japan that has the name:

GEROGERIGEGEGE

Which means to have dihorrea and vomit at the same time. Japansese is a fantastic language. Now I have a term for what happens when I get glutenpoisoned - I've got the gerogerigegege, I can't come!

"Name
The name of the group combines the Japanese words for "vomit" (ゲロ, gero) and "diarrhea" (ゲリ, geri) with what is supposedly the sound of these actions occurring simultaneously (ゲゲゲ, gegege). It has also been transliterated to mean "barf, diarrhea, ha ha ha," although "gegege" is possibly a humorous reference to GeGeGe no Kitaro, or an onomatopoeic word of disgust or exasperation, making the name open to several differing interpretations. To (very) loosely translate the name, Yamanouchi has also used the term "Japanese Ultra Shit Band"." // http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gerogerigegege


THAT'S ENOUGH CULTURE FOR TONIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 12.12.2009 10:29
Kasper Holm
Posts: 421
Hahaha that is effing awesome : D
Written on: 12.12.2009 11:06
JockeyFullOfBourbon
Posts: 892
Emilius skrev:

Epiphany: B*Witched (my only other guess would be Electric Wizard)

He can't spell the band name. What a sick joke to play on us.


Electric Wizard would be freakin´ awesome! .. but that´s metal...
Written on: 12.12.2009 14:03
Simon
Posts: 17
DUDES! I GOT IT! I think... it could be Prince, couldn't it? He goes by that symbol, and you LITERALLY can't spell that, 'cause it's not made up of letters...
Written on: 12.12.2009 15:40
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
Simon skrev:

DUDES! I GOT IT! I think... it could be Prince, couldn't it? He goes by that symbol, and you LITERALLY can't spell that, 'cause it's not made up of letters...


MUSE, PAVEMENT AND PRINCE/O(+> IS ENOUGH FOR ME TO BUY A TICKET NOW!



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Written on: 12.12.2009 16:31
elGrand
Posts: 266
Prince would be mindblowing, and a very surprising booking for Roskilde. Does he even do festivals?
Written on: 12.12.2009 17:00
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
elGrand skrev:

Prince would be mindblowing, and a very surprising booking for Roskilde. Does he even do festivals?


Prince doesn't (normally) do festivals, but if he did they would be the best in the world.

He played at Coachella. That I know.


Also it's so many genres: funk, hard rock, pop, soul, electronica, 70s, 80s, 90,s 00s.

Make Orange Stage turn into purple för 2 hours!

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Written on: 12.12.2009 17:11
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
Mads Mikkelsen, would you mind telling us when we will get an answer to this riddle? icon_smile.gif
Written on: 13.12.2009 06:43
Sölvi Þór
Posts: 52
oh another guess is the icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds, he's a typical Roskilde act and he's going on a world tour next year icon_smile.gif
Written on: 13.12.2009 11:29
Star Wars Camp
Posts: 8
"Roskilde Festival:

A countdown might give you another clue to a part of next week's music release."
Written on: 13.12.2009 11:41
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
"Roskilde Festival:

A countdown might give you another clue to a part of next week's music release."


HOLY SHIT!!!! (maybe icon_razz.gif)


http://countdowntomillions.com/tag/daft-punk/


DAFT PUNK!




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Written on: 13.12.2009 11:47
Fredde
Posts: 824
In the x-mas calendar on how many volunteers work every year there was a comment that no one in Denmark is called "Erik Tioner"
Tio ner = ten down.
There is apparently a band called just that, and one of the members is named Erick.
A bit unknown to play the festival I guess, but hey..a clue is a clue.
And it also has a connection to the "countdown" clue posted just a while ago on Facebook.

http://www.jameswills.unsigned.com/tendown
http://www.myspace.com/10down
Written on: 13.12.2009 11:49
Martin Christensen
Posts: 87
Countdown to Extinctions - Megadeth ( YES )....

30 seconds to Mars - another possible act with new album out.

Written on: 13.12.2009 11:50
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
Dossena skrev:

Countdown to Extinctions - Megadeth ( YES )....

30 seconds to Mars - another possible act with new album out.




Didn't he say it was not metal?
Written on: 13.12.2009 11:53
Martin Christensen
Posts: 87
Sorry You're right banghead.gif
Written on: 13.12.2009 12:19
R T
Posts: 218
Fredde skrev:

In the x-mas calendar on how many volunteers work every year there was a comment that no one in Denmark is called "Erik Tioner"
Tio ner = ten down.
There is apparently a band called just that, and one of the members is named Erick.
A bit unknown to play the festival I guess, but hey..a clue is a clue.
And it also has a connection to the "countdown" clue posted just a while ago on Facebook.

http://www.jameswills.unsigned.com/tendown
http://www.myspace.com/10down

I assumed the Erik Tioner part was just some sort of half-assed joke, referring to how Erik Tioner is phonetically very similar to erektioner, or erections. icon_confused.gif
Written on: 13.12.2009 12:22
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
no what they mean about the Countdown is that it says in the countdown " 2. Days....to a PSychedelic release in the Christmas Calendar" ?icon_smile.gif


YEASAYER(or i hope so)
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