Goodshirt at the Kings Arms last night was brilliant. It was their first gig in six years, and I was expecting them to be a little rusty, but it was like they'd never gone away.
The setlist, as I remember it:
Buck It Up
Not That Far
How Will I See You?
New Song 1
New Song 2
New Song 3
Place To Be
My Racing Head
The new songs sounded fantastic.
Mousey was probably my highlight. That song is utterly mad.
And the best part is how much they seemed to be enjoying being back together and playing live again. I reckon we'll see a lot more of them.
Soundwave this coming Sunday. So excited
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Lenny Kravitz - March 24. Been waiting for this one for a very long time.
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Yeah tbf he's always been like that with setlists. You've always had Oasis fans (self included) clamouring for certain obscurities, less-known b-sides (i.e. ones not on The Masterplan and post-2000) and so forth to be included in the setlist but he's always catered for the mainstream fans who turn up, on the basis that that is what the majority want to hear. And fair enough too, although the gigs he did on the Stop the Clocks tour with Gem & for the Teenage Cancer Trust at the RAH are a pretty ****ing special setlist (get The Dreams We Have As Children from iTunes to see what I'm talking about).
Top ****ing performer anyway, still putting most of his peers to shame as he approaches his mid-40s. Genius.
Watched Dredg (awesome), Coal Chamber (good), In Flames (awesome), Dashboard Confessional (about what you would expect), Thursday (awesome), Slipknot (awesome), SOAD (was ready to go home, still ok).
Loved stage 7 which was just a little enclosed room which captured the sound perfectly. Dredg played there and got probably the best sound I've heard at one of these festivals.
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Too many bones, not enough CASH!!
A little know band called Radiohead are playing in Auckland in November. You've probably never heard of them.
Phwoar. How many does Vector hold again? 10-12,000? Eek. May need to get in quick to get a ticket, methinks.
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