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Old 11-04-2005, 05:14 AM   #16
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Borat was superb. As was Systems performence.
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Systems performance was terrible, I'm sorry

Now, Colday was good. Like Green Day.

But why were they all imitating U2?!
I mean, first "the lemon" of Maddonna, then the "stage" very familiar with Vertigo Tour, then Chris making some moves that look alike bono's the performance of Green Day, that "searchlight" (Like U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky) ...

This proffs that U2 are the greatests
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Systems performance was terrible, I'm sorry

Now, Colday was good. Like Green Day.

But why were they all imitating U2?!
I mean, first "the lemon" of Maddonna, then the "stage" very familiar with Vertigo Tour, then Chris making some moves that look alike bono's the performance of Green Day, that "searchlight" (Like U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky) ...

I thought the same thing during Coldplay's performence. When Martin started approaching the guitarist down the walkway, I thought it was only a matter of time before he lowered his head and started to do a pretend bullfight with him!

And u didnt like SOAD? I thought it was a great way to end the show!
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I thought the same thing during Coldplay's performence. When Martin started approaching the guitarist down the walkway, I thought it was only a matter of time before he lowered his head and started to do a pretend bullfight with him!
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damn I quote you and forgot to reply


yes! THAT'S what I thought too!!

About SOAD, While I agree It was a good way to end the show, I don't... something didn't just connected with me. Plus the guitarist missed some notes.

But I agree with the award they won
They're really alternative lol. God, sometimes I even laugh at the musics. They're so criative
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Robbie's stagedive was interesting too...
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But why were they all imitating U2?!
the performance of Green Day, that "searchlight" (Like U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky) ...


WTF!!! This is too much now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Madonna kicked ass. Yes, I did catch the whole "coming out of a disco lemmon ball" thing.

I don't know much about Robbie Williams, but I did not care for his performance or the song

I LOOOVED System of a Down
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Now, Coldplay was good. Like Green Day.

But why were they all imitating U2?!
Chris making some moves that look alike bono's
the performance of Green Day, that "searchlight" (Like U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky) ...

They're all 'trying' to be something that they are clearly NOT !!

This is one of the reasons I just 'don't get' what's up with Billie Joe Armstrong ...
and to top it off, now Chris Martin fits that reason too.

They have to imitate other people/bands so fans will like them. Obviously, that's the case !!
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Jeez, I noticed the whole wannabe U2 thing too, Madonna coming out of the "lemon" and Green Day with the light like in Bullet The Blue Sky......

I didn't watch all of it, Borat was just too crap for words..... it wasn't funny. - Green Day and Foo Fighters performances were good though.
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If you guys wanted to learn from someone, wouldn't you like to learn from the best?
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perhaps the fact that mark fisher designed both the u2 vertigo outdoor stage and the mtv stage might have had something to do with them looking similar...
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Jeez, I noticed the whole wannabe U2 thing too, Madonna coming out of the "lemon" and Green Day with the light like in Bullet The Blue Sky......
Thankfully U2 never watched George Clinton get out of his Mothership...
And weren't David Bowie and Peter Gabriel not searchlight in the Seventies and the early Eighties?

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Thankfully U2 never watched George Clinton get out of his Mothership...
And weren't David Bowie and Peter Gabriel not searchlight in the Seventies and the early Eighties?

shhhhh... stop telling people that u2 didn't invent everything. then with what will we use to bash coldplay?
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Sorry.
I didn't realise the many worlds that would fall apart, dreams that would be shattered and illusions lost...


And hey, how's this for an original thought: don't bash Coldplay (or Green Day).
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