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Old 08-23-2005, 03:40 PM   #1
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The Impossible Music Festival

I thought this may be of interest to some of you. I think some of the performances may be quite rare and there should be something there to please just about everyone. It's a good concept imho. For those of you outside Australia and with a good net connection you should be able to tune in...if you are awake at the right time

It all kicks off 6pm this Friday 26th and goes til midnight Sunday 28th. Here's the entire list of "on stage" times for each of these amazing acts below.

6:00PM WHITE STRIPES (2003)
Recorded at Livid Festival, Sydney. Oct 10, 2003. The set features 'Hotel Yorba', 'The Hardest Button To Button', 'Seven Nation Army' and 'I Can Smell A Rat'.
7:00PM SILVERCHAIR (1996)
Homebake Festival, Byron Bay. Jan 4, 1996. The first Homebake Festival and the day they coined it Mudbake! It poured with rain and Silverchair made it onto the stage before they pulled the plug on the main stage. Features "Tomorrow", "Israel's Son" and a version of Radio Birdman's "New Race".
8:00PM MUSE (2004)
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney. Sept 10, 2004. Features "Hysteria", "Bliss", "Time Is Running Out" and Muscle Museum".
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9:00PM VIOLENT FEMMES (1990)
The Palace, Melbourne. Nov 8, 1990. It features all the hits: 'Add It Up', 'Blister In The Sun', 'Kiss Off', 'Gimme The Car', 'Good Feeling' and 'Fat'.
10:00PM FRANZ FERDINAND (2004)
Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay. July 24, 2004. The year they topped the Hottest 100! Features the crowd chanting version of "Take Me Out", "This Fire" and "The Dark Of The Matinee".
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11:00PM LIVING END (1998)
triple j rooftop, Sydney. Nov 16, 1998. Features "West End Riot", "Second Solution", "Prisoner Of Society" and "All Torn Down".
12:00AM SMASHING PUMPKINS (1998)
Overseas Passenger Terminal, Sydney's Circular Quay. June 19, 1998. A special triple j event where the band played to an invited audience. Features "Ava Adore", "Stumbleine" and a deconstructed version of "Bullet With Butterfly Wings".

1:00AM SPLIT ENZ (1979)
2:00AM MARS VOLTA (2003)
3:00AM GRINSPOON (1999)
4:00AM GREEN DAY (2000)
Punk rockers Green Day performed an exclusive triple j show on Goat Island (the middle of Sydney Harbour) in 2000. As part of our 30 years od triple j celebration, here it is for you again! Featured in their set: 'Longview', 'Welcome To Paradise', 'Nice Guys Finish Last', 'Brain Stew' and 'Basketcase'.
5:00AM STROKES (2001)
6:00AM JOHN BUTLER TRIO (2001)
7:00AM FLAMING LIPS (2004)
8:00AM RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS (2000)
9:00AM MISSY HIGGINS (2004)
10:00AM BEASTIE BOYS (1995)
11:00AM INXS (1983)
12:00PM JEFF BUCKLEY (1995)
One of our most treasured live recordings! Jeff Buckley toured Australia twice. We recorded him on his first tour at Sydney's Phoenician Club in September 1995. It includes all the big songs off his debut album Grace - 'Last Goodbye', 'Lover, You Should Have Come Over', 'Mojo Pin' and the title track. It'll send shivers up your spine!
1:00PM CAT EMPIRE (2003)
2:00PM QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE (2001)
3:00PM NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS (1993)
4:00PM COLDPLAY (2003)
5:00PM FOO FIGHTERS (1998)
6:00PM HILLTOP HOODS (2003)
7:00PM RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE (1999)
8:00PM AC/DC (1977)
9:00PM CHEMICAL BROTHERS (2000)
10:00PM RAMONES (1980)
11:00PM SHIHAD (1999)
12:00AM MICHAEL FRANTI/S'HEAD (2001)

1:00AM POWDERFINGER (1998)
2:00AM BECK (1994)
3:00AM CURE (1981)
4:00AM DANDY WARHOLS (2000)
5:00AM INTERPOL (2003)
6:00AM KILLERS (2005)
7:00AM BEN FOLDS FIVE (1998)
8:00AM CROWDED HOUSE (1991)
9:00AM AT THE DRIVE-IN (2001)
10:00AM P J HARVEY (2001)
11:00AM PEARL JAM (1998)
12:00PM FRENZAL RHOMB (2002)
1:00PM FATBOY SLIM (1999)
2:00PM BEN HARPER (2001)
3:00PM YOU AM I (1998)
4:00PM MIDNIGHT OIL (1980)
5:00PM SYSTEM OF A DOWN (2002)
6:00PM FAITHLESS (2004)
7:00PM NIRVANA (1992)
On the band's only Australian tour, triple j recorded the Seattle legends at The Palace in Melbourne on Feb 1, 1992. Included in this set are 'About A Girl', 'Come As You Are', 'Lithium', 'Polly' and 'Breed'.
8:00PM PLACEBO (2004)
9:00PM GARBAGE (1997)
10:00PM FAITH NO MORE (1995)
11:00PM METALLICA (2004)
The metal gods Metallica headlined the Big Day Out shows last year. We recorded one of their shows and you'll hear nearly 50 minutes of the group on stage! The setlist includes: 'For Whom The Bell Tolls', 'Fade To Black', 'Battery', 'Nothing Else Matters' and 'Master Of Puppets'.
12:00AM TOM WAITS (1979)

http://www.triplej.net.au
I seem to recall Amanda or Angela bagging Triple J, calling it Trippy J.So beware! They do sometimes talk rubbish , but what radio station doesn't? This weekend it should be mostly music anyway. They have been billing this event as occurring at "Your Bedroom Showgrounds", the hot dog stand is up, security is in place, tickets are free ( you won't see them on ebay...although you never know these days) AND you won't have to queue up for the toilets.

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Old 08-23-2005, 03:47 PM   #2
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What a bitch of a time to have a crappy connection.

I'd love to hear some of those....
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Old 08-23-2005, 03:55 PM   #3
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Why is it there's no information about any of the three I'm most interested in?

Still, Split Enz, Crowded House, and Shihad

(Though I'll only be awake for the Crowdies ...)
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Good to see my votes were put to good use.
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