Shuffle Your Feet
Ain't No Easy Way
Weight Of The World
As Sure As The Sun
Still Suspicion Holds You Tight
Spread Your Love
Members at this show:Hide, SuperJohnny,
blackrebelmart, Blondie, Chicken_Lunch, chrismalkin, curlyburns, Deerose, diggers1985, doctor_p, Dunnylad, fenwick, Firmo, fu-na, JetBlack1, lazyfukc, LydiaJ, mcv, michaelquayle, mikey_dobla, Milburn, northcountryboy, oddbec, pa5pc, paul_10547, phursh, pigletface, pilgrim, Rocky_Raccoon, rylfcward, sledge450, sonofstarwars, StrangeBrew, Strel, SuperJohnny, terminalyoungthing, TheResurrection, toontyke, Toon_Club87
Strel says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Another excellent performance from an astounding band.
Made it worth coming to Newcastle Uni (I'm a southerner at heart) and the guys reminded me why I've been to see them twice before.
Got my first opportunity to experience the Howl material live (last saw em Forum May 04) and it was musical perfection all the way. Great long set
A mix of blues, with Pete demonstrating his talent on harmonica, trombone and even box accordian!! Rob joined in with the piano too w00t!
There is no other experience like BRMC live. It is a unique sound for our time and when Rob kicks into his bass there's no equal. The performance managed to convert a friend from ignorance to die hard fan.
Thanks guys its great to see you back in the UK!
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2005 am31 at 2:03am
sonofstarwars says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2005 am31 at 4:27am
doctor_p says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Awesome Black rebel
The 4th time my friends and I have seen BRMC and this was without doubt the best performance yet.
After a quiet reception for the slick sound man, hang on.. for Peter Hayes! After the shock we listened to the brilliant opener Devil's Waitin'.
All the tracks from this quality set list were flawless, the new tracks seemed to suit the signature dark atmosphere more than ever.
Cool as fu*k, amazing gig!
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2005 pm31 at 5:29pm
Dunnylad says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Yes it was avery strange start with no-one realsing that Peter was on stage until he started playing!! A fantastic gig from start to finish, with the crowd really 'bouncing' along to the delights of 'Punk Song, 'Spread Your Love', 'Stop'. I might be reading too much into this - but the change of style on Howl having come through the semi-split when we lost Nick, by ending with "Open Invitation" then as the 'house-lights' came on subjecting us to Vera Lynn "We'll meet again", it had all the feelings of the last time we'll be seeing the three of them together. Hopefully not as the lads really blew everyone away and Peter was note perfect on Devil's Waitin'
Shame really that Sound Explosion (or whatever they were called) decided to base their stage show in a p!sstake of the Mooney Suzuki.
Posted Thursday, October 20, 2005 am31 at 4:52am
michaelquayle says0 Votes UP / DOWN
A fantastic show from one of the best acts on the planet.
Starting slowly and building to an storming climax, the show was carefully planned and carried out with the panache we've come to expect from BRMC: perhaps the only low point of the entire night was the muted reception of the audience to 'love burns'. Was I the only person in the whole audience who felt like going crazy when nick's drums thumped home, bringing to a close what must be one of the best intros in modern music? I certainly felt a little alone as my manic pogoing attracted some strange looks from my fellow audience members.
However, this (and the shockingly bad support act)was the only blip in an otherwise perfect gig, and its impossible to blame this on the band! the old and new material mixed perfectly and the frenetic encore followed by the beautiful 'open invitation' was a fitting end for such an uplifting performance. Come back soon, guys!
Posted Monday, November 7, 2005 pm30 at 2:52pm