23 Oct 2010, 19:36 by Trentskers
1 Jun 2010, 14:06 by dochdasmesser
21 Jul 2009, 00:30 by Al_73This tour has been billed as their last ever tour, so there really was no excuse for me to miss these godfathers of industrial music, particularly as I'd never actually seen them live before. Also, I'd never seen either of the support bands live before either & after tonight, I still hadn't! What can I say? I got there too late - in fact I only got in there about 10 minutes before NIN took to the stage! Well, I did have to buy a wee drink & a souvenir T-shirt first of course! So, humble apologies to anyone who was waiting to read what I thought of the Mew & Jane's Addiction live experience, but all is not lost - Mew are touring in the autumn, so hopefully I can get round to seeing them then :) Oh & for anyone who's never been to the O2 Arena before - a few words of warning - the actual arena is just one tiny part of the enormous O2 complex & depending on where you have to get to in the arena, its a long, long walk! Also, if you are in the seated part of the arena…
30 Dec 2008, 03:46 by ox2
10 Nov 2008, 06:11 by mrwhite5Sun 9 Nov – Nine Inch Nails, Deerhunter
I arrived at DCU Center around 6:30 PM, and we got in around 6:45. After settling down for about an hour, Deerhunter took the stage.
Seeing as how I had never heard these guys before, I knew nothing about their work, but was very open minded about them. However, their show was nothing more but a blur, with no cohesive stopping, just playing their instruments. After 45-50 minutes, Deerhunter concluded their show.
And then, the wait began.
The floor began to fill up, and from my view (Section 211 J), it was a sea of humanity. Thinking to myself, "When March of the Pigs hits, that floor is gonna move!", I sit and take in the atmosphere of the arena.
Around 9:00, "999,999" starts. The wait finally ends with the energetic drums of "1,000,000".
The crowd, myself included, goes wild.
Trent Reznor and crew rip thru a set of songs from The Slip, getting the crowd excited and building up the energy for an old classic.
29 Sep 2008, 17:38 by AFMLopes1 Why did you decide to take this quiz?
2 Where will you meet your husband/wife?
The Big Come Down
Num momento de crise, portanto. Sempre bom.
3 Where will you "hug" your wife/husband for the first time?
Symphony Of Destruction
Hmm...no caos harmonioso?
4 What is your secret dream?
Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand)
O meu sonho é...um fetish com lolitas?
5 What song will they be playing at the morgue when they'll perform your autopsy?
Wild Is the Wind
Até que +/-.
6 Who will throw a party after you die?
Mutter = Mãe. Deveras caricato.
7 What song describes you when you're so drunk that you can't speak?
This Is Halloween
Não é bem assim, mas também...
8 What will actually kill you?
Esta não faz de facto sentido...a menos que seja "isolação" e eteceteras.
9 Who will be your slave?
10 What will you look like at the age of 80?
Irresponsible Hate Anthem
7 Sep 2008, 00:27 by pitzi83Well, I used to be a pretty dogmatic person in thought - positivistical logic as it's known.
What does that loud mustard burp mean? It means you believe/think that everything In the world has it's place and that Every Day Is Exactly the Same in that it all comes down to a single fucking equation.
It's kinda like believing in god, except it's that equation.
Well, I think now that the world isn't really clean cut as I would have it/wish it.
It might just be Right Where It Belongs, a world all inside my head bent on pushing me and shoving me here and there. No boxes, no shelves. Maybe, If you look closely, you might make out where The Line Begins to Blur.
No more then that.
In actuality, look at this life. We're living Vicariously in our fast paced and allegedly "understood" world. Overthinking our existance inside Parabols of income, outcome, intrest rates of rice and oil or whatever car design China picks as it's declared method of production (eco-wise, that is)
16 Mar 2008, 22:42 by TheStx
21 Feb 2008, 17:39 by andrelle_eophynTop 10 bands/artists
First song I heard: Du hast
Song that made me fall in love: Sonne
Favourite song: Asche zu Asche/Heirate Mich (Live)
Favourite album: Herzeleid
Favourite member: Till Lindemann / Richard Kruspe
Worst album: n/a
2. The Rolling Stones
First song I heard: Love in Vain/ You Can't Always Get What You Want
Song that made me fall in love: Midnight Rambler
Favourite song: Undercover of the Night/ Little Red Rooster
Favourite album: Flowers/ Let It Bleed
Favourite member: Charlie Watts
Worst album: don't know
First song I heard: New Born
Song that made me fall in love: Feeling Good
Favourite song: Sunburn
Favourite album: Origin of Symmetry
Favourite member: Matt Bellamy
Worst album: Black Holes and Revelations
First song I heard: This Shit Will Fuck You Up
Song that made me fall in love: This Shit Will Fuck You Up/Blut Royale
Favourite song: Get Your Body Beat/Red/God Bless
Favourite album: Everybody Hates You
21 Oct 2007, 15:06 by SJ_1992Take ten bands/artists that should play at your show and determine their set lists:
- The first one plays 5 songs.
- The second one plays 5 songs.
- The third one plays 5 songs.
- The fourth one plays 5 songs.
- The fifth one plays 6 songs.
- The sixth one plays 7 songs.
- The seventh one plays 7 songs.
- The eighth one plays 7 songs.
- The ninth one plays 11 songs.
- The tenth one plays 14 songs, with a 2 song encore.
First Band/Artist: The Good, the Bad & the Queen
1) History Song
2) A Soldier's Tale
3) The Bunting Song
5) The Good, the Bad & the Queen
Second Band/Artist: Ben Folds
1) Rockin' The Suburbs
3) Bitches Ain't Shit
4) Song for the Dumped
Third Band/Artist: The Distillers
1) Drain The Blood
2) The Young Crazed Peeling
3) Beat Your Heart Out
4) Sick of It All
5) The Hunger
Fouth Band/Artist: Gallows
1) Kill the Rhythm
2) Rolling With the Punches
3) Black Heart Queen
4) Just Because You Sleep Next to Me Doesn't Mean You're Safe