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yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?

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24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?


I think most would travel from the UK :arrow:

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jacob wrote:
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yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)


10 times??? ............ i see, you want denmark ;)

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24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?

In france they are a lot of fans but only for the music of the seventies or until 1987 .But I think that a show is possible for an assistance of 450 peoples as Eindhoven.(350 french peoples and 100 international fans).It's too a possibility for a good week end in Paris for all the fans.

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krismopompas wrote:
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yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)


10 times??? ............ i see, you want denmark ;)


Berlin or Copenhagen!


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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?


I think most would travel from the UK :arrow:


for denmark jacob would buy all tickets so it would be sold out :D

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?


I think most would travel from the UK :arrow:


it's possible mate, but what are we talking about as far as numbers go, from France and Denmark? The Paris gig in 1986 (I seem to remember that Crystal Lake and some of the guys from Lightwave were involved in promoting it quite heavily) wasn't a sell out (not that that should the be and end all of whether a concert is a success obviously)

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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?


I think most would travel from the UK :arrow:


it's possible mate, but what are we talking about as far as numbers go, from France and Denmark? The Paris gig in 1986 (I seem to remember that Crystal Lake and some of the guys from Lightwave were involved in promoting it quite heavily) wasn't a sell out (not that that should the be and end all of whether a concert is a success obviously)


I agree with what you say mate,im just pointing out that these days it seems the biggest following comes from the UK at concerts in Europe :wink:

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i can´t imagine that the risk for france is bigger than for germany.

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for denmark jacob would buy all tickets so it would be sold out :D


If I won in the lottery, I would get TD to play on Copenhagenish soil!


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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
la sagesse du destin wrote:
jacob wrote:
krismopompas wrote:
24db wrote:
November dates added


yap.......... but no cologne, no berlin, nothing :(


aahhh?! .... they did play 10 times in Germany since 2005 ;)

And 0 time in Denmark
and 0 time in France since 1986.
But perhaps can we make a dream.

Charles


Yeah it's a real shame, but I wonder what the fan base is in these countries Charles? enough for TD or a promoter to risk a concert or two?


I think most would travel from the UK :arrow:


it's possible mate, but what are we talking about as far as numbers go, from France and Denmark? The Paris gig in 1986 (I seem to remember that Crystal Lake and some of the guys from Lightwave were involved in promoting it quite heavily) wasn't a sell out (not that that should the be and end all of whether a concert is a success obviously)


I agree with what you say mate,im just pointing out that these days it seems the biggest following comes from the UK at concerts in Europe :wink:


Could be mate, although the Tempodrom and Frankfurt gigs had a large number of Germans (perhaps they don't need to travel?...going by the handful who make the journey over for London gigs. But then again given a choice between the Alte Oper and the Astoria I know which one I would go for) :)

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i can´t imagine that the risk for france is bigger than for germany.


rather depends on the promoter I would have thought

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i can´t imagine that the risk for france is bigger than for germany.


rather depends on the promoter I would have thought

If a day they will coming in France ,you can be sure I will write a lot of messages in a lot of musical forums and websites.

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la sagesse du destin wrote:
24db wrote:
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i can´t imagine that the risk for france is bigger than for germany.


rather depends on the promoter I would have thought

If a day they will coming in France ,you can be sure I will write a lot of messages in a lot of musical forums and websites.

Charles.


No doubt mate

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I wonder what their sales are like?


A 'country' pie chart or 'bar chart' might reveal the purchasing fanbase?


UK > London & Edinburgh > US



Hence, no Denmark or Argentina. sorry


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