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PostPosted: 23rd Dec 09, 14:51
by Mattie
nice to see you and mrsnig1012 again too.

In a way I pray to god (who?) the video taken by Alex of 4 drunken blokes and one lady walking down the street chanting 'bungee jumping people die' whilst doing silly poses to tnhe camera never sees the light of day!

PostPosted: 23rd Dec 09, 15:40
by SteveP
cover blown, we're fucked now, never mind meeting people from all over the country at wildhearts gigs, we're gonna be known all over the world, bummer!! :D

PostPosted: 23rd Dec 09, 15:41
by Col
Well if Alex doesn't publish it don't forget Martin was filming aswell.

PostPosted: 23rd Dec 09, 16:33
by Mattie
SteveP wrote:cover blown, we're fucked now, never mind meeting people from all over the country at wildhearts gigs, we're gonna be known all over the world, bummer!! :D


Judging by the turnout at the Travelodge bar, the word has been out since long before monday night :twisted:

PostPosted: 23rd Dec 09, 16:54
by SteveP
Mattie wrote:
SteveP wrote:cover blown, we're fucked now, never mind meeting people from all over the country at wildhearts gigs, we're gonna be known all over the world, bummer!! :D


Judging by the turnout at the Travelodge bar, the word has been out since long before monday night :twisted:


I'd say so, bet they're all glad not to have been part of the carnage in the bar after the gig too!!

PostPosted: 5th Jan 10, 00:00
by SteveP
I finally got my videos uploaded!!

The Loyalties plus special guest!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkifFReeq3Y

PostPosted: 5th Jan 10, 00:17
by vickyp
That is excellent Uncle P! Sounds like the acoustic set was a right laugh. (I am so learning to play that for next Christmas.)

PostPosted: 9th Jan 10, 23:25
by neil
I was quite dissapointed when I saw the Loyalties set up for an acoustic set, but truth be told it was probably better than an electric set would have been. I thought the reaction to Antiproduct and The Wildhearts was quite muted before the end, and I'm sure a proper Loyalties would have had a similarly flat atmosphere, but the more intimate and quiet set was well received and made the crowd sound louder, and the humour of the situation got everyone in a good mood.

It's a shame the crowd didn't seem to really warm up for the Wildhearts till about half way through, as I thought the setlist was great, a good mix of hits, rareitys, and stuff spanning the whole of their career. A bit like the Astoria set list from a couple of years ago.