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    It's the One Night Stand tomorrow night in some town. Should be awesome with Silverchair being there and lots of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luffy View Post
    It's the One Night Stand tomorrow night in some town. Should be awesome with Silverchair being there and lots of others.
    Cowra have the privilege this year. Should be an awesome show. Silverchair are back with a bang.
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    Off to see Jet (again) on June 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Red Hot Chili Peppers - April 8, 2007
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    SETLIST

    Intro/Can't Stop
    Dani California
    Scar Tissue
    Charlie
    Havana Affair
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    Parallel Universe
    This Velvet Glove
    Songbird (John solo)
    Snow (Hey Oh)
    Get On Top
    C'mon Girl
    Hump de Bump
    Right On Time
    Californication
    By the Way
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    Jam (Flea trumpet, Josh bass)
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    Just got back from them here. I'm not sure on the set list as I didn't know many of their older songs, but I was very disappointed in that they didn't play Californication, Give it Away or Parallel Universe from that list, while I was hoping they might Suck My Kiss in as well. They did play Higher Ground though, as well as Soul to Squeeze, which was pretty good. Also heard a bit of London Calling before Get on Top (IIRC), which I enjoyed. Was a pretty good concert though, just a bit underwhelmed with their newer stuff.
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    Thats one thing i'm not looking forward to with the chili's in the summer, too much new stuff, which i'm not that big a fan of. Given its at a festival, they might just pack in the classics, doubt it though.

    Still reckon seeing them a few years back (with james brown as support) was possibly the best gig i've been to
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    Just got back from them here. I'm not sure on the set list as I didn't know many of their older songs, but I was very disappointed in that they didn't play Californication, Give it Away or Parallel Universe from that list, while I was hoping they might Suck My Kiss in as well. They did play Higher Ground though, as well as Soul to Squeeze, which was pretty good. Also heard a bit of London Calling before Get on Top (IIRC), which I enjoyed. Was a pretty good concert though, just a bit underwhelmed with their newer stuff.
    I've seen the setlist it was pretty good from tonight. The show on the 17th seemed to be the best, though; packed full of oldies, including Blood Sugar Sex Magik, If You Have to Ask, and one of John Frusciante's solo tunes; Your Pussy's Glued to a Building On Fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Thats one thing i'm not looking forward to with the chili's in the summer, too much new stuff, which i'm not that big a fan of. Given its at a festival, they might just pack in the classics, doubt it though.

    Still reckon seeing them a few years back (with james brown as support) was possibly the best gig i've been to
    That would have been INSANE!!

    Yeh the new stuff is a bit wanky, I'm more of a fan of the funk era. Beggers can't be choosers, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    I see Christina Aguilera will be lip-synching at the Vector Arena in July...unmissable.
    Dunno. She's actually fairly small from what I've heard, so I think you'll need a fairly decent aim myself.

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    Anyone seeing Maximo Park in Leeds on Tuesday?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Dunno. She's actually fairly small from what I've heard, so I think you'll need a fairly decent aim myself.

    (throwing heavy objects at pop stars is wrong. Unless they're Robbie Williams, obv.)
    I'd only throw one heavy thing at her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    I'd only throw one heavy thing at her...
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    Perhaps a medicine ball, for originality.

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    Is anyone going to Splendour in the Grass this year?

    The line up is pretty sweet...

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