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Written on: 17.05.2013 07:57
Wallu
Posts: 712
How f**king cool is that!! My absolute favourite from the late 80´s. Never saw them live though so here´s my change. Hope Mike Muir still has it. And hope it won´t turn out to be an empty Arena (if they´ll play there, that is).

If you don´t know them start by listening to Lights, Camera, Revolution and How Will I Laugh Tomorrow albums.

My heavier stuff headliner this year. Hope they don´t suck.
Written on: 17.05.2013 18:08
Fredde
Posts: 824
Wallu wrote:

How f**king cool is that!! My absolute favourite from the late 80´s. Never saw them live though so here´s my change. Hope Mike Muir still has it. And hope it won´t turn out to be an empty Arena (if they´ll play there, that is).

If you don´t know them start by listening to Lights, Camera, Revolution and How Will I Laugh Tomorrow albums.

My heavier stuff headliner this year. Hope they don´t suck.

Saw them as warm-up for Metallica, back when Trujillo still was a kid amd played for ST. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 17.05.2013 18:21
Wallu
Posts: 712
Fredde wrote:

Wallu wrote:

How f**king cool is that!! My absolute favourite from the late 80´s. Never saw them live though so here´s my change. Hope Mike Muir still has it. And hope it won´t turn out to be an empty Arena (if they´ll play there, that is).

If you don´t know them start by listening to Lights, Camera, Revolution and How Will I Laugh Tomorrow albums.

My heavier stuff headliner this year. Hope they don´t suck.

Saw them as warm-up for Metallica, back when Trujillo still was a kid amd played for ST. icon_smile.gif


Was it any good? What I heard from a couple of friends who saw them two yers ago that they kicked major butt, but a bigger stage... Don´t know about this one, but definatively gonna check it out at least.
Written on: 17.05.2013 20:41
Fredde
Posts: 824
Wallu wrote:

Fredde wrote:

Wallu wrote:

How f**king cool is that!! My absolute favourite from the late 80´s. Never saw them live though so here´s my change. Hope Mike Muir still has it. And hope it won´t turn out to be an empty Arena (if they´ll play there, that is).

If you don´t know them start by listening to Lights, Camera, Revolution and How Will I Laugh Tomorrow albums.

My heavier stuff headliner this year. Hope they don´t suck.

Saw them as warm-up for Metallica, back when Trujillo still was a kid amd played for ST. icon_smile.gif


Was it any good? What I heard from a couple of friends who saw them two yers ago that they kicked major butt, but a bigger stage... Don´t know about this one, but definatively gonna check it out at least.

It was..
a) 20yrs ago
b) Don't recall that much
..so I can't really judge how they perform 2013. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 18.05.2013 17:28
gixbit
Posts: 274
They were pretty good on a big festival stage in Gothenburg 3-4 or for years ago. They have never been a favourite band for me but I must say i was surprised in a very good way that afternoon. Lots of engery and a very crowdfriendly band.

So I guess if you like them you are in for a treat!

Written on: 20.05.2013 22:48
Fjellaben
Posts: 13
I almost wet my pants when they anounced ST at the poster release event. It is one of my favorite bookings this year, partially because it was so unexpected perhaps. I saw them as a warmup-act for Guns n Roses in 1993 and it was totally awesome!! What they will deliver now 20 years later I dont know but I will be there nomatter whats playing anywhere else at the same time thats for sure. I was not aware that they altso just released a new album because I havent been following them for some years but the new album have a few great tunes on it so hoping for a great show.

My guess for stage is Arena, lets hope theres nothing to huge colliding and perhaps we can gather up more than half-full crowd.

To all the young kids out there check them out and join the rebellion!


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