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Old 07-06-2007, 03:50 AM   #61
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Got my tickets this morning!!

But I got a migrane as I was lining up.
glad to hear you got your tickets- good seats?
hope your feeling better- migranes are crap, but i guess for Crowded House tickets the pain is worth it...
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Old 07-06-2007, 04:07 AM   #62
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No, actually. I was fourth in line, and by the time I got to the front the best two seats together available were in the upper level, although they're the front row so not to bad.

Yah, I'm feeling heaps better now. Took some mersyndol - that stuff rocks - and laid on the couch watching Anchorman and Monsters Inc.

Thanks!
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Thanks! Has everyone else got tickets?
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I would've probably gone for the second night if they didn't go on sale straight away.

Hey I might pick some up off ebay in in a fortnight and half when I get paid again
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I got tickets to the first night.

I think I'll pass on the second night. I need to save my money, other bands I like may just be coming down here, and Time On Earth strikes me as a bland Neil Finn solo album.

However, I will die of jealousy if the second night gets Recurring Dream and the first night doesn't.
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i got tickets for when they're coming around here

i can't wait

i already met tim this year, i hope i get to meet neil too
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I got tickets to the first night.

I think I'll pass on the second night. I need to save my money, other bands I like may just be coming down here, and Time On Earth strikes me as a bland Neil Finn solo album.

However, I will die of jealousy if the second night gets Recurring Dream and the first night doesn't.
I would think that they'd play a pretty even mix both nights. I hope. I already died of jealousy and anger when Dad didn't let me go to the second Melbourne show. I was talking to him yesterday. He cracked it beacuse I said the setlist was different and agrubably better. He said it wasn't. Pfft I think I would know!!

Did anyone see Nick and Neil on Rove last night? Pretty interesting. Rove made Nick smash an acoustic guitar for 10 bucks.
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Did anyone see Nick and Neil on Rove last night? Pretty interesting. Rove made Nick smash an acoustic guitar for 10 bucks.
Yeah i watched it... it was pretty good...
Loved their performance
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I would think that they'd play a pretty even mix both nights.
This isn't U2 here. This is the Crowdies. They don't do static sets.
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*gulp*

What do you think of their new drummer? I reckon he's cool as
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I quite like the new guy. His style fits in with the band and he seems to have a great personality. When the Crowdies did a webcast of a rehearsal gig, Neil decided to play a random request, Nails In My Feet (which illustrates the spontaneity and unpredictability of their sets), and although the drummer had barely begun to rehearse it, he took it in his stride and did well. I was impressed.
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So when you said before they don't do 'static' sets, that does mean they'll still play like Don't Dream it's Over, Better Be Home Soon, Something So Strong, It's Only Natural, Fall At Your Feet, etc right?

Right?
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They always do some of their hits. I would imagine every gig will have Don't Dream It's Over. When I saw the Finn Brothers in 2005, I saw the only gig that didn't have Weather With You on that tour.

I just love that it's not predictable and we'll get some less common tunes. I passed on seeing Roger Waters because all of his shows follow the same script and I just can't be bothered with mundane crap like that.
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Can I ask then how you still put up with seeing U2? Just because their setlists are pretty similar night to night. You just love them too much not to?
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