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Skinny puppy--tuesday 20th july

PETER MURPHY-- MONDAY 2nd AUGUST!!!
http://www.classicgrand.com/giglistings.html

Peter Murphy then Sisters over 2 nights--Oh Yeah!!! :notworthy:
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t'Puppy blow!

Murph's shite sans Dan and the other two - FACT!
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you were right earlier this evening Mr Blast-nobody has replied to this post-not even mentioning that Pete Murphy is playing Glasgow
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got my Pete Murphy tickets today---still no reaction Mr Blast!
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Will prob be going to see Peter Murphy, but not in Glasgow.

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Thu 5-Aug - London, UK - Electric Ballroon
Fri 6-Aug - Sheffield, UK - Corporation
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I prefer Mr Murphy with Love and Rockets. Hopefully they'll tour again.One of my favourite McHeatland nights out that was.
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where is McHeatland?
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It was warm yesterday and I was a bit tipsy :P
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Pat wrote:I prefer Mr Murphy with Love and Rockets. Hopefully they'll tour again.One of my favourite McHeatland nights out that was.
it was daniel ash with L+R.. :wink:
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Mr Murphy + Love and Rockets = :wink:
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According to Tickets Scotland -

The Young Gods - Wednesday 1st December - £12.00

Laibach - Thursday 16th December - £15.00

at the Classic Grand

:!:
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James Blast wrote:where is McHeatland?
is it a MCDonald's hamburger? ;D
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Big Si wrote:According to Tickets Scotland -

The Young Gods - Wednesday 1st December - £12.00

Laibach - Thursday 16th December - £15.00

at the Classic Grand

:!:
last time I saw The Young Gods was 1989---I don't feel Young no more,neither do they I suppose!!
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sam1 wrote:
Big Si wrote:According to Tickets Scotland -

The Young Gods - Wednesday 1st December - £12.00

Laibach - Thursday 16th December - £15.00

at the Classic Grand

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last time I saw The Young Gods was 1989---I don't feel Young no more,neither do they I suppose!!
Having grown up in the cultural blackhole that is Teesside, i'm lucky to have seen anything before I moved here 10 years ago :|
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Big Si wrote:
sam1 wrote:
Big Si wrote:According to Tickets Scotland -

The Young Gods - Wednesday 1st December - £12.00

Laibach - Thursday 16th December - £15.00

at the Classic Grand

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last time I saw The Young Gods was 1989---I don't feel Young no more,neither do they I suppose!!
Having grown up in the cultural blackhole that is Teesside, i'm lucky to have seen anything before I moved here 10 years ago :|
it was Newcastle Riverside I saw them--can't remember much about it though!!--too long ago and I was very very drunk!
The only reason I know I saw them is because I had the ticket stub in the house somewhere!
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sam1 wrote:
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sam1 wrote: last time I saw The Young Gods was 1989---I don't feel Young no more,neither do they I suppose!!
Having grown up in the cultural blackhole that is Teesside, i'm lucky to have seen anything before I moved here 10 years ago :|
it was Newcastle Riverside I saw them--can't remember much about it though!!--too long ago and I was very very drunk!
The only reason I know I saw them is because I had the ticket stub in the house somewhere!
Sadly I've never been to the infamous Riverside, but I saw many a gig at the Mayfair before they knocked it down in the 90's :roll:
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only saw Faith No more at the Mayfair in the early 90's--can't remember much about that either...
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So we've already had KMFDM at the Classic (and damn good they were too), there is also:

Frontline Assembly
Combichrist
Skinny Puppy
Uberbyte
The Birthday Massacre
Laibach
Sham 69

That Barry is busy with his gig-booking. 8)
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It all seems to be happening this summer in the (ex)city of culture!
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I've been told some whispers that KMFDM, in some form or another, are interested in coming back for another bash some time. No promises, though. ;)

Oh, and Assemblage 23 announced for next year.
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:eek: When? Must see him this time!
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boudicca wrote::eek: When? Must see him this time!
http://www.thearches.co.uk/John-Cooper- ... guests.htm

£16.50 (inc £1.50 booking fee)
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