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I must admit that I am a bit nervous about the fan meet myself :arrow:

know I will probably feel a bit like an "amateur" being amongst the greatest TD fans in the world - but don't get me wrong - I am VERY MUCH looking forward to it :D 8)


I've never known anyone to get elitist over their interest in TD. It'll be fine. Despite having been a fan for 25 years and having a huge TD CD collection, I know precious little trivia. :lol:


elitist? don't think so, hell most of us can't even spell it ;)


Isn't that a car made by Lotus ? :shock:

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24db wrote:
wayfarer wrote:
bergen-dreamer wrote:
I must admit that I am a bit nervous about the fan meet myself :arrow:

know I will probably feel a bit like an "amateur" being amongst the greatest TD fans in the world - but don't get me wrong - I am VERY MUCH looking forward to it :D 8)


I've never known anyone to get elitist over their interest in TD. It'll be fine. Despite having been a fan for 25 years and having a huge TD CD collection, I know precious little trivia. :lol:


elitist? don't think so, hell most of us can't even spell it ;)


Isn't that a car made by Lotus ? :shock:

I get me coat :oops:


save all the good ones for the pub ;)

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24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
wayfarer wrote:
bergen-dreamer wrote:
I must admit that I am a bit nervous about the fan meet myself :arrow:

know I will probably feel a bit like an "amateur" being amongst the greatest TD fans in the world - but don't get me wrong - I am VERY MUCH looking forward to it :D 8)


I've never known anyone to get elitist over their interest in TD. It'll be fine. Despite having been a fan for 25 years and having a huge TD CD collection, I know precious little trivia. :lol:


elitist? don't think so, hell most of us can't even spell it ;)


Isn't that a car made by Lotus ? :shock:

I get me coat :oops:


save all the good ones for the pub ;)


Oh , im full of em mate ! or should that be 'it' :shock: :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Pre Concert Nerves
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I don't know if it's just me being sad, but in the week leading up to a TD gig I get all jangly of nerves, find it difficult to sleep and generally lack concentration. I never had this problem when I played in bands, gigs were just gigs. weird, innit? :roll:


This will be the first TD gig I've ever been to, and it's taking a wee bit of getting my head around the fact that it's only 6 days away.... :shock:

Yep..... I'm getting excited...... :wink:

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It's the post-gig down I don't like- the last optimistic clap has rung out - nope, no fourth encore and the lights are up now anyway.

Nothing for it but to turn round and file out.

But meeting up with fans before and after certainly cushions that blow. :)

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I don`t get nerves regarding the gig, the fan meets - thats a different matter :lol: :shock: 8) :arrow:


you haven't been to one yet mate ;) honestly it's just like going down the pub...you know a few people and have a chat if you want to. I'll gloss over the bit when BM jumped into Colin's arms ;)




outrageous....Colin collapsed from too much water in his lemonade....into my arms


zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz TD fans are the best : fact

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 Post subject: Re: Pre Concert Nerves
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EDWEIRDO wrote:
I don't know if it's just me being sad, but in the week leading up to a TD gig I get all jangly of nerves, find it difficult to sleep and generally lack concentration.

I get the lack of concentration thing and jangly nerves, but have to say that I usually sleep well, dreaming of TD concerts of the past. It's chuffing brilliant.


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EDWEIRDO wrote:
I don't know if it's just me being sad, but in the week leading up to a TD gig I get all jangly of nerves, find it difficult to sleep and generally lack concentration.

I get the lack of concentration thing and jangly nerves, but have to say that I usually sleep well, dreaming of TD concerts of the past. It's chuffing brilliant.


I'll try the dreaming of TD concerts past 'remedy', Chris.

Glasgow Apollo 1982. Still the loudest thing I have ever heard :)

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Glasgow Apollo 1982. Still the loudest thing I have ever heard :)

Black Sabbath back in the 70s for me. I get tinitus just thinking about it. :roll:


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Chris Monk wrote:
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Glasgow Apollo 1982. Still the loudest thing I have ever heard :)

Black Sabbath back in the 70s for me. I get tinitus just thinking about it. :roll:


For me not sure if it was Motorhead at PortVale FC or Saxon at the Victoria hall in the 80's.

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For me Napalm Death in Newport :shock:

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For me Killing Joke Bristol Carling Academy 2005, saw Motorhead the following week and it seemed very quiet ! :shock:


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Not quite in the same camp as Motorhead etc, but the loudest I've heard was Leftfield at Wolves Civic - so loud you couldn't tell one track from another - a major disappointment live


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For me Killing Joke Bristol Carling Academy 2005, saw Motorhead the following week and it seemed very quiet ! :shock:



Another surprising one was Level 42 !

The bass was so loud it hurt your insides - a bit like the end of side one of Logos !


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For me Killing Joke Bristol Carling Academy 2005, saw Motorhead the following week and it seemed very quiet ! :shock:



Another surprising one was Level 42 !

The bass was so loud it hurt your insides - a bit like the end of side one of Logos !


Mark King cant half play that bass 8)

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