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already have the ticket,yeaaay,see you there..
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i will travelling from bali indonesia to london ,hope i can join you guys there,see you!!

See you there!  :cool
Do you have your ticket yet?
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did this ever sell?

We will probably never know. This user was "last active: May 21, 2015, 20:20:57"...
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Fully signed in person.  180 including shipping in the U.S.  Outside shipping will be calculated. 
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Marketplace / Dual Signed CD Display RARE Entreat CD + Self Titled
« Last post by jboyle19 on June 20, 2018, 16:09:30 »
Very Rare...sold to together.  In person signings.  Could not get Jason on Entreat
$500 including shipping and frame and matting.  U.S. only.  Outside U.S. shipping will have to be more
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Other Artists / Re: Currently Listening to
« Last post by MeltingMan on June 20, 2018, 15:20:47 »
consumer.h**w**.com/Parkinson   :o
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i will travelling from bali indonesia to london ,hope i can join you guys there,see you!!
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Other Artists / Re: Currently Listening to
« Last post by Ulrich on June 20, 2018, 12:13:16 »
Trying to check out some bands from Robert's Meltdown I don't know very well...

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News from reliable sources / Re: Robert to curate Meltdown festival
« Last post by Ulrich on June 19, 2018, 09:30:33 »
Interview ahead of Mogwai's Meltdown performance:
https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/england/london/articles/mogwais-stuart-braithwaite-on-how-the-music-industry-has-a-class-problem/

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“Probably the Scottish weather. That’s probably where it comes from. Either that or the failures of the Scottish football team.” Guitarist Stuart Braithwaite is chuckling to himself as he explains why his band Mogwai make such mournful music. “Those are probably the main sources of sadness in Scotland.”
The band’s melancholic post-rock conjures up stark soundscapes that ebb and flow with emotion – finding beauty in a dense fog of despair that is carefully created with layer upon layer of guitars pushed to ear-splitting levels.

Fans will get the chance to witness this up close when they play a one-off show as part of Meltdown at London’s Southbank Centre. The band were invited by this year’s festival curator, The Cure frontman Robert Smith. “We’ve played quite a few shows with them during the years and kept in touch. It was really nice of him to ask us to play when he was organising the festival,” says Braithwaite.

“I’m a huge The Cure fan. They’re one of my favourite bands. It’s very personal music. They’ve made amazing records and played legendary shows where they perform for hours and hours. Not many other bands can do that without people wanting to leave.”
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Other Artists / Re: Currently Listening to
« Last post by chemicaloverload on June 19, 2018, 08:52:44 »
The Glove- Mouth to mouth
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