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Old 01-15-2004, 12:51 PM   #46
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DiGi, come to Glastonbury.

Joyfulgirl, come to Glastonbury.

Bring your housemate too.

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Old 01-15-2004, 04:52 PM   #47
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DiGi, come to Glastonbury.

Joyfulgirl, come to Glastonbury.

Bring your housemate too.

YES. June. I HAVE to go back this year....I think we ALL should.

About the frames, I just read through their latest newsletter...apparently they signed a record deal and so their stuff will now be released in the US (what hadn't been released before). It looks like set list will be out Feb 23. Also, they mentioned possibly doing a headlining tour later this year, after the Damien Rice dates.
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YES. June. I HAVE to go back this year....I think we ALL should.

It looks like set list will be out Feb 23. Also, they mentioned possibly doing a headlining tour later this year, after the Damien Rice dates.
I am scared of festivals although I am toying with the idea of Coachella because I missed the Radiohead tour and if I don't see them soon I am taking to my sick bed.

And I already ordered Set List from amazon/uk TODAY With the sucky exchange rate. But The Frames need to headline a tour and come near me!!!
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Old 01-15-2004, 05:28 PM   #49
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But now wait a minute...


When in June is Glastonbury? I will be in Dublin for work in June. So maybe...as long as I'm in the neighborhood... Who's playing?
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When in June is Glastonbury? I will be in Dublin for work in June. So maybe...as long as I'm in the neighborhood... Who's playing?
It's the end of June...I'm thinking the 24, 25, 26??? It's SO good. Don't be afraid of them. Glastonbury is so laid back and people really are nice. You can wash your hair and face and brush your teeth at these sinks they provide (with clean water), etc...it's virtually luxury... Ok, so i spent wed - mon outside and it's a bit yucky at the end, but everyone is and no one cares. It's the funnest ever.
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My work in Dublin is done on June 17th and then I can do what I want (i.e., take vacation ). But I am still scared of Glastonbury. I think I'm just too old. I think I'd have a nervous breakdown. I'm good for one really long day and then I'd need a 4 star hotel, room service, a massage, and possibly mind-altering substances, lol...
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HOWEVER

I'm still thinking about London after Dublin so if you hear of any other good shows, let me know.
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My work in Dublin is done on June 17th and then I can do what I want (i.e., take vacation ). But I am still scared of Glastonbury. I think I'm just too old. I think I'd have a nervous breakdown. I'm good for one really long day and then I'd need a 4 star hotel, room service, a massage, and possibly mind-altering substances, lol...
Trust me, you aren't too old at all!

As for the mind-altering substances, glastonbury's where you'd find those....


No worries though, I won't force the funnest festival ever on anyone... You should definitely check out London while you nearby though!
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glasto would be a pretty sweet, near birthday gift to myself from myself. If I do not have school and if I have the money I want to go. Seriously.

Martha, whatever exchange rate you paid for Set List, its well worth it. Jenn hooked me up with it, but after having it and knowing how money that disc is, its well worth whatever you paid for it.
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"Set List" was released on Tuesday in the US. Go get it if you don't have it!!! You won't regret it.
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yo the Frames are playing a record store in Long beach, CA on Thursday March 25 ( free!) called Fingerprints.

Also, they are opening for Damien Rice on March 27 but the show is sold out.

i'm going to the free one for sure, still trying to score up tickets for the other one!
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I'm going to have to see if they are doing any instores midwest or east coast...
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not to mention Seattle
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i ended up geting tix for the show at the wiltern and the frames were great! at the encore, glen came up (on his crutches) and sang creep with the band.

fabulous show and the whole LA damien crowd gave them a great reception.

Nice to see!
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