Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
That was a pretty friggin' huge lineup. Tool, FNM, Primus, Ice T and Ween were awesome. It took ages to get into Olympic Park and as they opened the gates it started pissing rain. Call of the day was my mates girlfriend at the time after half an hour of standing still waiting in line in solid rain "My ticket is bent and soggy. Just like me".best festival I've been to was Alternative Nation '95
- Tool, Faith No More, Nine Inch Nails, Primus, Live, The Tea Party, Violent Femmes, Lou Reed, Ween, L7, Pennywise, Ice-T, Bodycount, The Flaming Lips, Pop Will Eat Itself, Regurgitator, Powderfinger...
The White Stripes - Hyde Park June 2007
Arcade Fire - Glastonbury June 2007 (seeing them again at the third of their 3 sold out nights at Alexandra Palace on Monday, can't wait)
Of Montreal - Scala London July 2007
Over the last 3 weeks I've been to a whole heap, but can't really rate them highly until I think more about it, but Cold War Kids, The Shins and Editors were all bloody good.
* I saw Rollins Band a number of times but the best was the first at the Prince Of Wales Summer 1988 (?) clearest loud music I'd ever heard.Best live show I have seen was Henry Rollins at The Old Greek Theatre in '88(?) Un-trucking-believibly intense live show.
Mark Of Cain
Painters and Dockers
**** yeah, love DTH with a passion. Would have loved to see them in the late 80s/early 90s around their real 'peak', even though they still kick arse.Some of my faves were
The Clash, The Damned, Dead Kennedys (83), The Cramps, Killing Joke, Social Distortion, US Bombs, Die Toten Hosen, Rancid, Turbo A.C's, Siouxsie, Buzzcocks.
*sigh* too many to mention