Four More Heroes Reformation Campaign

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Is it time for a reformation?

Yes, you know it makes sense!
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No, why bother cos we cant be arsed going to see them
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13%
I'm apathetic so I dont care either way
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8%
 
Total votes: 40

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Post by raveninblack » 09 Jul 2005, 14:35

I'd love to tell you more but out of respect for Jon, i think we should leave you to guess whats happening. But it WILL be worth the wait. :wink:
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Post by theraven1979 » 09 Jul 2005, 15:34

Indeed - top night last night - ended up playing air guitar in Jon's garage/rehearsal studio at 3am


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Post by raveninblack » 09 Jul 2005, 16:42

air guitar to XTC?.....very surreal!

At least it wasn't Pat Matheny...is that how its spelt?


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Post by ThruBeingCool » 09 Jul 2005, 20:49

I hope it all goes well for 4MH too. Not that tribute bands are really my thang! :grin:

However, I will endeavour to catch them if they are ever in my neck of the woods, to see wot all the fuss is about. As I've heard nowt but good reports I look forward to a large slice of humble pie to soak up the ale! Yum yum!

Will Dave Berridge be in the line-up? :?:

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Post by C r a s s ! » 10 Jul 2005, 00:44

Are they playing Albert Hall then Carl? :grin: They are, aren't they?

Make them get down here again. I'd love to catch them, but they must do a Friday or Saturday in London. Mid weekers are a waste of time what with getting around London.
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Post by C r a s s ! » 10 Jul 2005, 00:46

MEtheny. As in MEthylated. And MEthadone. And MEthematics.

raveninblack wrote:air guitar to XTC?.....very surreal!

At least it wasn't Pat Matheny...is that how its spelt?


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Post by raveninblack » 10 Jul 2005, 11:02

Gary....a week long residency at a venue in London was mooted but we found out the Roundhouse had been knocked down!!!
:grin:
Is the Hope & Anchor still going?
The Torrington is now fucked as well isn't it?
:(
Couldn't quite afford the RAH....
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Actually Gary, thats another job for you, try and find a venue, preferably with some connection to you know who, in Landaan, send us a phone number or contact address and I'll see what can be done. Always willing to try my hand at promoter.
:-)
And yes Mr Berridge will be taking part.
:-)

Fuck me, it sounds like I'm the bands spokesman!!!
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Post by theraven1979 » 10 Jul 2005, 11:07

I saw em at The Kings Head in Fulham or was it Finchley? a few years back - got the vid somewhere - Dom where's the MD gig?!! :lol:


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C r a s s ! wrote:Are they playing Albert Hall then Carl? :grin: They are, aren't they?

Make them get down here again. I'd love to catch them, but they must do a Friday or Saturday in London. Mid weekers are a waste of time what with getting around London.
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Post by custard » 10 Jul 2005, 18:34

Lokking forward to it, should be fun.

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Post by Dom P » 12 Jul 2005, 20:39

theraven1979 wrote:I saw em at The Kings Head in Fulham or was it Finchley? a few years back - got the vid somewhere - Dom where's the MD gig?!! :lol:


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C r a s s ! wrote:Are they playing Albert Hall then Carl? :grin: They are, aren't they?

Make them get down here again. I'd love to catch them, but they must do a Friday or Saturday in London. Mid weekers are a waste of time what with getting around London.
THE Four More Heroes gig is being ripped to my hard disk as I type... Very nice segue from Goodbye Toulouse to Wog.... I had no opinion on this bunch till now, hearing jim's bootleg.... i hope to have it on general release this week!

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Post by theraven1979 » 12 Jul 2005, 22:18

The thing is they got a lot tighter for a year before they split - the songs were played with real passion, skill and to the note. Imagine having them on in ya local pub?! I saw a lot of quality gigs in small venues leaving a lot of regulars shell shocked.


Here's to future 4MH gigs!!!

Dom you manged to tidy up the sound a little? If I remember I was pogoing like a cunt right through this gig and the sound get's a little muddy. I have a gig straight from the sound desk somewhere - MD plugged directly in.

Jim


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theraven1979 wrote:I saw em at The Kings Head in Fulham or was it Finchley? a few years back - got the vid somewhere - Dom where's the MD gig?!! :lol:


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C r a s s ! wrote:Are they playing Albert Hall then Carl? :grin: They are, aren't they?

Make them get down here again. I'd love to catch them, but they must do a Friday or Saturday in London. Mid weekers are a waste of time what with getting around London.
THE Four More Heroes gig is being ripped to my hard disk as I type... Very nice segue from Goodbye Toulouse to Wog.... I had no opinion on this bunch till now, hearing jim's bootleg.... i hope to have it on general release this week!

:-)
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It taught me how to laugh again"

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Post by Dom P » 13 Jul 2005, 01:01

theraven1979 wrote:The thing is they got a lot tighter for a year before they split - the songs were played with real passion, skill and to the note. Imagine having them on in ya local pub?! I saw a lot of quality gigs in small venues leaving a lot of regulars shell shocked.


Here's to future 4MH gigs!!!

Dom you manged to tidy up the sound a little? If I remember I was pogoing like a cunt right through this gig and the sound get's a little muddy. I have a gig straight from the sound desk somewhere - MD plugged directly in.

Jim


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theraven1979 wrote:I saw em at The Kings Head in Fulham or was it Finchley? a few years back - got the vid somewhere - Dom where's the MD gig?!! :lol:


Jim

THE Four More Heroes gig is being ripped to my hard disk as I type... Very nice segue from Goodbye Toulouse to Wog.... I had no opinion on this bunch till now, hearing jim's bootleg.... i hope to have it on general release this week!

:-)
Yeah, I upped the treble a bit....and you were jumping around so much you turned it off before the end!
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