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Old 07-13-2008, 06:33 AM   #721
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Ireland gave massive points to Latvia this year's Eurovision (and rightfully so), so there may be a chance!
In light of the fact that you know this, I'm sincerely worried for your wellbeing, Bonnie.
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Wantz full-sized AIWIY.

Also, there seems to be no Hawkmoon in this show. Definitely a deficiency...
Hawkmoon was played just eight times, always as the opener. Seven times in Australia (three in Melbourne!) and once in the Netherlands. It was last done on 18/12/89, Amsterdam.

I, uh, can name every single date Hawkmoon was played off memory.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:35 AM   #723
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i love that epp, its so WRONG.


they all sound like KIWIS .


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lets take it to the prime minister , oi priminoister !!!



i love that epp, its so WRONG.


they all sound like KIWIS .




Bullfrog? I was gunna call them chuzwazzas!
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I have heard this concert before. Because I remember this speech before RTSS

Mood killer Bono now I wanna cry sad tears
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Hawkmoon was played just eight times, always as the opener. Seven times in Australia (three in Melbourne!) and once in the Netherlands. It was last done on 18/12/89, Amsterdam.

I, uh, can name every single date Hawkmoon was played off memory.
Yes, yes, we know you're a mega setlist nerd. *patpat*

*extra jealous of people at her work who saw Lovetown in Melb*


This is conclusive proof, however, that Australia/Melbourne wins.


omg this Bad...
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I have heard this concert before. Because I remember this speech before RTSS

Mood killer Bono now I wanna cry sad tears
The intro to Bad from the Chicago '84 show was like that too. And what did he say before MLK on this Point Depot show about 70,000 people being killed in Romania?!
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They're in the lift, in the lorry, in the bond wizard, and all over the malonga gilderchuck.
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Yes, yes, we know you're a mega setlist nerd. *patpat*

*extra jealous of people at her work who saw Lovetown in Melb*


This is conclusive proof, however, that Australia/Melbourne wins.
Let's also be jealous of Melissa, who would've seen Hawkmoon at 8 October 1989.

But yes, Melbourne for the win. Though the other cities got some pretty sweet stuff too. The best recordings of Hawkmoon are both from Sydney: 27 September 1989 and 18 November 1989.
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The intro to Bad from the Chicago '84 show was like that too. And what did he say before MLK on this Point Depot show about 70,000 people being killed in Romania?!
Yeah, it's obvious this is an emotional show.



God Tom Petty fans, why do you seem to be computer illiterate! WHERE ARE THE BOOTLEGS?!
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OK, I have the most random Simpsons scene going through my head right now.

Some golfing dude: Use an open faced club. A sand wedge.
Homer: Mmmmm, open faced club sandwich.
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Let's also be jealous of Melissa, who would've seen Hawkmoon at 8 October 1989.

But yes, Melbourne for the win. Though the other cities got some pretty sweet stuff too. The best recordings of Hawkmoon are both from Sydney: 27 September 1989 and 18 November 1989.
I keep meaning to email Melissa or something... has anyone seen her lately?

*makes more notes*


.... Edge, why are you singing in a bad American accent?
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