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Old 11-25-2005, 12:11 AM   #31
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huh. but how many people bought tickets just to resell them on ebay or something?

isn't it like profitable to swoop in and get tickets for popular acts and then just resell them for huge profit?
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Old 11-25-2005, 07:12 AM   #32
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Apparently Take That will reform to play a ten date tour of the UK next May

but they have to PROMISE they'll do 'Pray', 'Never Forget' and 'A Million Love Songs'...



amazing songs!

i'm pretty sure they'll do them.

They said in that documentary last week however that if they reformed for some lives shows then they would have to be as good and as spectacular as the ones 10 years ago.

Take That ruled.
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Old 11-25-2005, 11:45 AM   #33
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Take That tour

Me and my best friend from school, who I went to see the Everything Changes tour with back in the early nineties, are soooo going to this

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I have no idea who Robbie Williams is...
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most people over the pond dont... you're missing out though
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I still cant believe how well Robbie has done for himself.

And Take That are re-forming next year for a few UK shows, not suprisingly robbie isnt joining them.

I would love to see Robbie live but tickets are quite expensive and hassel...I'll see what ticket prices aregoing for online nearer the venue dates.
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For anyone who don't know Robbie Williams.
Buy cd: Escapology
Buy DVD: What we did last summer 'Live at Knebworth'
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Escapology is my fave Robbie album. Some solid tracks on that cd.
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I think the new album 'Intensive Care' is too commercial. There's nothing 'special' on it. Escapology has some rock songs on it (song 3, cursed, hot fudge) and some more experimental (how peculiar, me & my monkey).

Intensive care has only 3 really good tracks imo (ghosts, a place to crash, make me pure) and the rest is too pop. Good songs but there is less rock on it and no experimental stuff. So I think Escapology is way more better than Intensive care.
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a former member of a boy band goes on to become a huge pop-star...

and the europeans yell at us about justin timberlake
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Far better than Timberlake.
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Am I the only one who thinks that Robbie Williams' "own" music is totally uninteresting and lacks an edge or two?
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Am I the only one who thinks that Robbie Williams' "own" music is totally uninteresting and lacks an edge or two?
I think he needs a Larry Mullen or two
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