Therapy? at the Thekla

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Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Radish » 25th Nov 12, 11:21

Were Therapy? amazing last night or what? Outstanding stuff! Anyone else seen them on this tour?
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Chris Davies » 25th Nov 12, 13:29

I was at the gig last night aswell. Superb, personally the best i've seen them. Amazing to hear the likes of Bad Mother and Misery.

Also seeing them in Cardiff in a few weeks. Can't wait.
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby macc lad » 26th Nov 12, 13:34

I saw them in Brum friday first time since donnington 199 something ???? definitley wont be the last time they were excellent
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Egg4Goff » 29th Nov 12, 15:01

I'm off to see them in Sheff tonight. Saw them in Leeds earlier in the year too. Can't wait.
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Radish » 30th Nov 12, 14:06

One of the highlights for me was Andy saying "Fan-fucking-tastic Bristol" in his Oirish accent. V cool. :) We carried that on in the pubs after for a fair while.
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Col » 30th Nov 12, 23:22

Saw them at Newcastle, it was unusually rowdy in the pit. Great to see.
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Damian » 16th Dec 12, 16:32

I should check this forum more often. I was there too, it was brilliant. It was the last gig of my 30s. Farewell, youth! Do I have to grow up now?
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Egg4Goff » 20th Dec 12, 14:42

Damian wrote:It was the last gig of my 30s. Farewell, youth! Do I have to grow up now?


I bloody well hope not. Not tried it yet at 35 and no plans to anytime soon.

The whole show was cracking: great sets by all the bands and a good chance to have a chat with the LaFaro and Hawk Eyes guys on the merch stand (a T-shirt from each on the night and CDs picked up online once I got paid).
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby lost johnny » 26th Dec 12, 20:45

Egg4Goff wrote:
Damian wrote:It was the last gig of my 30s. Farewell, youth! Do I have to grow up now?


I bloody well hope not. Not tried it yet at 35 and no plans to anytime soon.

The whole show was cracking: great sets by all the bands and a good chance to have a chat with the LaFaro and Hawk Eyes guys on the merch stand (a T-shirt from each on the night and CDs picked up online once I got paid).


50 this year, been doing it live sine '79 (Bomber tour, guess that explains a lot). Why would you ever stop? Listening to Mutation right now and getting the itch to see the tunes performed live.
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby Jules » 27th Dec 12, 17:13

lost johnny wrote:
Egg4Goff wrote:
Damian wrote:It was the last gig of my 30s. Farewell, youth! Do I have to grow up now?


I bloody well hope not. Not tried it yet at 35 and no plans to anytime soon.

The whole show was cracking: great sets by all the bands and a good chance to have a chat with the LaFaro and Hawk Eyes guys on the merch stand (a T-shirt from each on the night and CDs picked up online once I got paid).


50 this year, been doing it live sine '79 (Bomber tour, guess that explains a lot). Why would you ever stop? Listening to Mutation right now and getting the itch to see the tunes performed live.


Yep, I turned 50 this year as well. My view is that there are two types of music fans. Those that listen to the latest fad and then "grow up" and stop listening to new music, and the real music fans that keep on listening to new stuff whatever their age. I am proud to count myself one of the latter (as I suspect are a lot of people on here).
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Re: Therapy? at the Thekla

Postby lost johnny » 27th Dec 12, 17:17

Spot on Jules, can't imagine life without getting giddy about a new band or excited in those few minutes when the lights go down and the main band is about to hit the stage. You're never to old to rock and roll
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