2021 UK Tour

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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby Stuart » Wed Jun 24, 2020 9:31 am

Ticket prices have increased well behind inflation

It is pure greed and nothing else

Plus they want to exclude the underclass
It wouldn't work if Mac was a slaphead would it.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby Voodoo Billy » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:06 am

MightyWhyte wrote:I felt similar when I left the Moz gig in Leeds March in hindsight it was pretty stupid to go and to make it worse I took my daughter imagine that guilt trip if she'd got ill?


I know what you mean mate, 100%. I went to see him years ago, now I realise it was stupid to go, thankfully nobody got ill but I wouldn't go again.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby Voodoo Billy » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:12 am

Stuart wrote:Ticket prices have increased well behind inflation

It is pure greed and nothing else

Plus they want to exclude the underclass


Just going to go to the Phil. Strange thing is I went on at the 9.30 pre-sale and went for stalls tickets only to find that the first ones up were row F? What the fuck happened to rows A-E? Did the VIP thing at the Phil years ago and got front row seats but otherwise it was a waste of money (apart from the £50 I got on Ebay for the free DVD :lol: ).
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:56 am

crystal89 wrote:Live from Liverpool, Ian McCulloch presents Echo and the Bunnymen with special guest William Sargent.

*runs and hides*


Hoho, missed this comment first time round, yes, mcculloch 'do it clean' merch and all that.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby King Of Kings » Wed Jun 24, 2020 11:28 am

Set list 2021

Going Up
Rescue
All That Jazz
New Song
All My Colours (Zimbo)
Over the Wall
Crocodiles
Villiers Terrace
Nothing Lasts Forever
New Song
Bed Bugs
Seven Seas
Bring On the Dancing Horses
The Killing Moon
The Cutter

Encore:
Lips Like Sugar
Do It Clean
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby MightyWhyte » Wed Jun 24, 2020 1:21 pm

Voodoo Billy wrote:
MightyWhyte wrote:I felt similar when I left the Moz gig in Leeds March in hindsight it was pretty stupid to go and to make it worse I took my daughter imagine that guilt trip if she'd got ill?


I know what you mean mate, 100%. I went to see him years ago, now I realise it was stupid to go, thankfully nobody got ill but I wouldn't go again.


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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Wed Jun 24, 2020 3:20 pm

Stuart wrote:Plus they want to exclude the underclass


Not sure bunnies can afford to keep the riff raff out, lol.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Wed Jun 24, 2020 3:25 pm

King Of Kings wrote:Set list 2021

Going Up
Rescue
All That Jazz
New Song
All My Colours (Zimbo)
Over the Wall
Crocodiles
Villiers Terrace
Nothing Lasts Forever
New Song
Bed Bugs
Seven Seas
Bring On the Dancing Horses
The Killing Moon
The Cutter

Encore:
Lips Like Sugar
Do It Clean


I think the '40 years of "magical" songs' title suggests you might be right, lol. I'd guess the new songs might be the somnambulist and that one off meteorites. Unless mac and whoever he's writing the new album with slip another under the radar.

Meanwhile will is gearing up for another exhibition of his prints.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby Voodoo Billy » Wed Jun 24, 2020 3:29 pm

fat cherry wrote:
Stuart wrote:Plus they want to exclude the underclass


Not sure bunnies can afford to keep the riff raff out, lol.


Hah, it'd be pretty bloody empty without us riff raff.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby Stuart » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:06 pm

Stuart wrote:Ticket prices have increased well behind inflation

It is pure greed and nothing else

Plus they want to exclude the underclass



That should read beyond inflation.
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Fri Jun 26, 2020 12:24 pm

crystal89 wrote:Live from Liverpool, Ian McCulloch presents Echo and the Bunnymen with special guest William Sargent.

*runs and hides*


Meanwhile Wills building up to another exhibition

https://www.instagram.com/p/CB5TiPRnvAl ... mupc2ht8f9
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Fri Jun 26, 2020 12:26 pm

crystal89 wrote:
Voodoo Billy wrote:
crystal89 wrote:Live from Liverpool, Ian McCulloch presents Echo and the Bunnymen with special guest William Sargent.

*runs and hides*


:lol:

Or the curtain opens to reveal two of the original line-up, Mac and drum machine.


Asked why he replaced Will with a drum machine. “ Well with the drum machine, it’s a more faithful representation of the Bunnymen sound, also it doesn’t have a cob on, when I secretly re record ‘new’ songs.”


Asked why he replaced Will with a drum machine, Mac said, well, with a drum machine you only have to punch the information in once,
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Re: 2021 UK Tour

Postby fat cherry » Wed Jul 01, 2020 3:24 am

What else can us old farts moan about, oh yes, having to book for a gig a year in advance. Woman on the radio talking about her first ever gig, the smiths, in Blackpool, now there's a heady combination, just walked up to the box office on the night, bought two tickets and bobs your uncle. Now them were the days eh.....
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