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Old 05-31-2005, 07:13 AM   #91
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more info please.
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I shall return tomorrow when I have time to elaborate. For now, here was my set..

I Want a Warning
Little Discourage
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Oh and the solo in 'The Space Between All Things' went..

oh..

lets say..

about ten minutes? 5 of which was Allan going at it, with Rod on rythym, before roles reversed for the last 5.

Edit - I'll add Gavin also had a hand, with a bit of a Bass solo.
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Ok, that would have been a freaking awesome show. Consider me insanely jealous. I Wanna Be Sedated? Nice.

PS - I noticed they seemd to stick to the rockers from the new album also......
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I don't know all the songs from the new album, but that setlist looks pretty dang nice.
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Oh and the solo in 'The Space Between All Things' went..

oh..

lets say..

about ten minutes? 5 of which was Allan going at it, with Rod on rythym, before roles reversed for the last 5.

Edit - I'll add Gavin also had a hand, with a bit of a Bass solo.
they did that when I saw them in Aberdeen 'bout a month ago. Was a great gig, and we met Colin(the drummer) in the shopping centre beforehand when I was meeting my sis after her work. The place was deserted, so we said hello, and he started showing us what he'd just bought his mum for her b'day. lovely bloke.
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from the idlewild website:

Idlewild to support U2 on UK Tour!

(sorry if this was on the main page of interference and i missed it) but i for one would have a fun night if i saw idlewild open for u2.
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WOW....Throw the Frames in their for you...and it might be????
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Idlewild to support U2 on UK Tour!

(sorry if this was on the main page of interference and i missed it) but i for one would have a fun night if i saw idlewild open for u2.
Yeah, it was on the main page. I also added negative comments comparing the large amount of fantastic openers for the Europe shows to the US "opener".

Anyways, I'd kill to see Idlewild in the first place. Idlewild with U2? What's worse than killing? I'd do it.
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I am devastated.
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Megan and I are seeing the London show the night BEFORE that one. Awful. We get Doves (yay!) but would rather have Idlewild for sure... ah, well! Starsailor are playing some opening dates as well...
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Anyways, I'd kill to see Idlewild in the first place. Idlewild with U2? What's worse than killing? I'd do it.
I was thinking the same thing. If I had money I would get a flight and a ticket.
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Megan and I are seeing the London show the night BEFORE that one. Awful. We get Doves (yay!) but would rather have Idlewild for sure... ah, well! Starsailor are playing some opening dates as well...
Wow. I endured Kings of Leon 4 times. Idlewild, Doves, Starsailor...I can't bear it.
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"Endured" is a nice way to put it.

There isn't one European opening act I wouldn't have rather seen in place of Kings of Leon. Actually, there isn't one that I wouldn't pay money to see by themselves, let alone opening for U2.
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Looks like tour dates are going to start being announced soon. Looks like fall in the US for Idlewild. This makes me very happy.

http://www.pollstar.com/tour/searcha...Artist&PSKey=Y

and U2popmofo this one looks like it might just be for you:
http://www.tickets.com/browseother.cgi?minpid=5568571

Tue, 6th Sept - Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA.
Wed, 7th Sept - Irving Plaza, New York, NY.
Fri, 9th Sept - Theatre Of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Sat, 24th Sept -The Bottleneck, Lawrence, KS.
Wed, 28th Sept - The Velvet Room, Salt Lake City, UT.
Wed, 5th Oct - Slim's, San Francisco, CA.
Fri, 7th Oct - El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.
Sat, 8th Oct - The Casbah, San Diego, CA.
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