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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    I have actually
    Twice???????? Arent they brilliant tho
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    Twice???????? Arent they brilliant tho
    I think it might even of been 3 times, and yes, brilliant is the word to describe them
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    Red Hot Chilli Peppers (x2)
    Linkin Park (x2)
    Travis once
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    (Original post by firebladez777.5)
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers (x2)
    I've saw RHCP at V2001 and the only part of their set I was actually impressed by was John Frusciante's solo songs. Everything else was medicore.
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    erm, i think the most is 100 reasons or TCTC who are both at 9 times for me currently including all festival sets and headlining/support shows.

    and to whomever asked, its Reading for me this year baby :cool:

    (Original post by raagyone)
    I've saw RHCP at V2001 and the only part of their set I was actually impressed by was John Frusciante's solo songs. Everything else was medicore.
    i was there and also not impressed, foo fighters were awesome though and loved placebo

    been to:

    reading 2000
    v 2001
    reading 2003
    v 2004 woohoo!

    therefore i predict next years reading lineup will be supreme!
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    None for me.
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    hundred reasons
    muse x4
    stereophonics
    feeder
    remy zero
    weezer
    ed harcourt
    mull historical society
    manic street preachers x2
    turin brakes
    my vitriol
    lightyear x2
    capdown
    howards alias x6
    adequate 7 x4
    no comply x3
    antimaniax x2
    random grandad x5
    fallout 40 x3
    the rapture x2
    funeral for a friend x2
    franz ferdinand x2
    the von bondies
    battleska x3
    elbow
    five knuckle
    kinesis
    reuben
    miss black america
    hell is for heroes
    thisGIRL
    idlewild
    the walkmen
    yourcodenameis:milo x2
    the strokes
    the libertines
    keane
    the zutons
    dogs die in hot cars
    the killers
    razorlight
    the ordinary boys
    electric 6
    hope of the states
    22-20s
    million dead
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    (Original post by pinkegokane)
    adequate 7 x4
    I saw this band when they supported Hundred Reasons once. I my opinion, they have to be one of the worst live acts I have seen...although I have to say, part of it may have been due to the terrible sound mix (you couldn't hear a word the guy was singing, and the brass section was way too loud).

    Going to two festivals this summer. One wierd hippy-type festival called the 'Beautiful Days Festival' down in Devon and the other is the Folk Festival that happens in the town I live in (which I think they say is turning into one of the biggest in the country...obviously not as big as Cambridge FF).
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    (Original post by Chicken)
    I've seen Westlife 3 times

    But onto good music, the only band I've seen more than once is the Chili's.
    I have a really sad collection of bands I've seen
    Westlife twice
    Otown once
    The original pop idols tour
    and also some disney and other 'concert' things...

    I was little alright! :rolleyes:

    (Original post by pinkegokane)
    hell is for heroes
    seeing them tommorow for the second time, CANNOT.NOT.WAIT!
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    (Original post by raagyone)
    they have to be one of the worst live acts I have seen...although I have to say, part of it may have been due to the terrible sound mix (you couldn't hear a word the guy was singing, and the brass section was way too loud).
    that's odd. imo there are few bands that can top them live. sounds like you had an unlucky chance.
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    i have seen athlete 3 times-once at V2003, then in Liverpool and then in liverpool at a free gig put on by the kind people at orange
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    (Original post by pinkegokane)
    hundred reasons
    muse x4
    stereophonics
    feeder
    remy zero
    weezer
    ed harcourt
    mull historical society
    manic street preachers x2
    turin brakes
    my vitriol
    lightyear x2
    capdown
    howards alias x6
    adequate 7 x4
    no comply x3
    antimaniax x2
    random grandad x5
    fallout 40 x3
    the rapture x2
    funeral for a friend x2
    franz ferdinand x2
    the von bondies
    battleska x3
    elbow
    five knuckle
    kinesis
    reuben
    miss black america
    hell is for heroes
    thisGIRL
    idlewild
    the walkmen
    yourcodenameis:milo x2
    the strokes
    the libertines
    keane
    the zutons
    dogs die in hot cars
    the killers
    razorlight
    the ordinary boys
    electric 6
    hope of the states
    22-20s
    million dead
    xisloaded
    omg you saw lightyear twice!! *very envious
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    (Original post by raagyone)
    I saw this band when they supported Hundred Reasons once. I my opinion, they have to be one of the worst live acts I have seen...although I have to say, part of it may have been due to the terrible sound mix (you couldn't hear a word the guy was singing, and the brass section was way too loud).

    Going to two festivals this summer. One wierd hippy-type festival called the 'Beautiful Days Festival' down in Devon and the other is the Folk Festival that happens in the town I live in (which I think they say is turning into one of the biggest in the country...obviously not as big as Cambridge FF).
    Adequate Seven have been fantastic both times I've seen them, and what i have heard of their new material is very, very good. Guess you caught them on an off day
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    (Original post by undercover-ange)
    Jeevas (I didn't know anybody else had heard of these! yay!)
    (Original post by raagyone)
    I saw the Jeevas first gig and their first festival appearance
    The Jeevas actually have fans other than me?! :confused:
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    (Original post by mg84)
    The Jeevas actually have fans other than me?! :confused:
    Indeed. I was, and still am, a Kula Shaker fan (hence the username). When I found out Crispian Mills had a new band I was instantly interested.
    Never got to see him on his solo tour before he formed The Jeevas though.
    I'm a bit annoyed though because Crispian and the gang haven't played near me for a long time.
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    Reel Big Fish.

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    (Original post by raagyone)
    Indeed. I was, and still am, a Kula Shaker fan (hence the username). When I found out Crispian Mills had a new band I was instantly interested.
    Never got to see him on his solo tour before he formed The Jeevas though.
    I'm a bit annoyed though because Crispian and the gang haven't played near me for a long time.
    You're not the only one. I saw them on the last date of their last tour at the Scala in London. It was the first time I'd seen Crispian Mills, as I got into Kula Shaker just after they broke up. I couldn't get into any Pi or previous Jeevas gigs near me, as all the venues had an over 18 limits. Sure they'll tour soon, new album in January apparently!
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    (Original post by raagyone)
    Indeed. I was, and still am, a Kula Shaker fan (hence the username). When I found out Crispian Mills had a new band I was instantly interested.
    Never got to see him on his solo tour before he formed The Jeevas though.
    I'm a bit annoyed though because Crispian and the gang haven't played near me for a long time.
    Yeah, I saw him on his solo tour too. And my friend met him but i left early!!!!!!!! x
 
 
 
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