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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 4:06 pm 
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including a whopping total of 3 UK dates :evil:

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for fucks sake, you can do more than that guys :( :cry:

it'll be london if i can afford it.

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Oh man. If it weren't for having kids I reckon I'd now be saving for a wee city break to San Sebastian. What a place. Few days there with a Nick Cave gig thrown in for good measure would be some holiday. Come back about a stone heavier tho', - tapas heaven.

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Barney wrote:
Oh man. If it weren't for having kids I reckon I'd now be saving for a wee city break to San Sebastian. What a place. Few days there with a Nick Cave gig thrown in for good measure would be some holiday. Come back about a stone heavier tho', - tapas heaven.


This is my approach to gigs nowadays - book a holiday around the gig - first up being Galway 14th February 'Valentines Night' - if I don't make the show I'll probably be gawpin' at a TV in a bar in Tuam choking on a bag of prawn cocktail flavoured crisps nursing a pint of creme de menthe...


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This is my approach to gigs nowadays - book a holiday around the gig


not financially plausible for me i am afraid, i tend to go to only free gigs these days :?

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I tried booking a downstairs standing ticket for Glasgow earlier but they'd already sold out! Boooooo!!


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:cry: ah well :roll:

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds play HMV Oxford Street, London on release of Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!

To celebrate the launch of their new album DIG, LAZARUS, DIG!!!, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be performing live and then signing copies of their new album Dig Lazarus Dig! at HMV, 150 Oxford Street, LONDON, UK on Monday 3rd March at 6.00pm.

Please note due to time restrictions access to meet the band will be limited to 300 fans only. Wristbands that allow access to the queue to get a signed album will be given away from the store on the day of the event from 9.00am on a first-come first-served basis, one wristband per customer only, no reservations.

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Ohhhhh I hope they come to the States soon! I was lucky enough to see one of only two dates Grinderman did in the States last year (One in Chicago, 2 shows here in San Francisco) and it was epic. They played at this fabulously tiny and gorgeous venue here (Great American Music Hall - and a PERFECT place for Richard to play next time he comes here!).....

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Dawoodcock wrote:
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds play HMV Oxford Street, London on release of Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!

To celebrate the launch of their new album DIG, LAZARUS, DIG!!!, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be performing live and then signing copies of their new album Dig Lazarus Dig! at HMV, 150 Oxford Street, LONDON, UK on Monday 3rd March at 6.00pm.

Please note due to time restrictions access to meet the band will be limited to 300 fans only. Wristbands that allow access to the queue to get a signed album will be given away from the store on the day of the event from 9.00am on a first-come first-served basis, one wristband per customer only, no reservations.


Oddly without knowing this I wandered into HMV on the way back to St Pancras 20 mins ago to buy his new LP and discovered this was happening. No wristband but can still watch the set so am waiting for him to appear any minute. Result!

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Damn, totally forgot about this and went to the other Oxford St HMV to get mine - oh well, enjoy and report back on it.

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Excellent. All the better for being unexpected. They played 8 songs off the new album and the latest b-side (which is a bit b-sidey tbh). First time I'd heard most of the album songs (not surprising since my copy is in a carrier in front of me on the train) all will be amazing properly blasted in real concert - there's 2 or 3 real Velvet Underground jobs that'll be especially good. Get that ticket Luke...

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might have to check whats available for the gig in brum.

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http://www.metro.co.uk/metrolife/music/ ... page_id=25

not a very in depth review


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