Damon Albarn - Everyday Robots tour thread

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Re: Damon Albarn - Everyday Robots tour thread

Post by northernmonkey » 14 Nov 2014, 11:22

Just had an email about this through, unfortunately it is being done by the jokers who put out the Blur Hyde Park 2009 shows!! Not sure who was responsible for the 2012 one? Still I'll no doubt order a copy :)

"Damon will play at London's Royal Albert Hall with his live band The Heavy Seas for the first time this weekend.

It promises to be a unique show as Damon will be joined by some very special guests, De La Soul, Kano, Afel Bocoum, Madu Diabate, Graham Coxon, The Leytonstone City Mission Choir and of course The Heavy Seas choir too.

By popular demand, we will produce a limited edition Souvenir 2–CD set of the show, which will be recorded live by Abbey Road Studios Live Here Now and will be available for purchase immediately, after each performance, at the venue on the night or by mail-order"

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Post by Mark72 » 14 Nov 2014, 12:41

Much prefer a DVD of the show! But wil no doubtl get the live cd..
“I need something to remind me that there’s something else”

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Re: Damon Albarn - Everyday Robots tour thread

Post by Pasta » 14 Nov 2014, 15:36

£30 for two cds

hilarious

won't bother

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Post by Mark72 » 14 Nov 2014, 16:10

Bloody hell!....I won't..
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Post by Pasta » 14 Nov 2014, 17:36

it's not like he hasn't had any broadcasted shows at all is it? I've got at least 6 recordings of him this year taken from tv / radio / internet

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Post by Pasta » 14 Nov 2014, 17:40

northernmonkey wrote: unfortunately it is being done by the jokers who put out the Blur Hyde Park 2009 shows!! Not sure who was responsible for the 2012 one?
2012 was done by live here now with emi involved as well because they wanted to give it a wider release which lead to it being everywhere and £10 instead of just their site and £20

i really do despise live here now, their prices are ridiculous

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Post by bugman » 14 Nov 2014, 19:16

Pasta wrote:£30 for two cds

hilarious

won't bother
it's 4 cd;s. 2 from saturday, and 2 for sunday

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Post by Pasta » 14 Nov 2014, 19:23

bugman wrote:
Pasta wrote:£30 for two cds

hilarious

won't bother
it's 4 cd;s. 2 from saturday, and 2 for sunday
well 2 double cds

still far too expensive imo.

i bought parklive 2cds and dvd for £13 when it came out

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Post by bugman » 14 Nov 2014, 19:59

Pasta wrote:
bugman wrote:
Pasta wrote:£30 for two cds

hilarious

won't bother
it's 4 cd;s. 2 from saturday, and 2 for sunday
well 2 double cds

still far too expensive imo.

i bought parklive 2cds and dvd for £13 when it came out
yes, but on damon gigs you have much more people, much more stars.

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Post by Pasta » 14 Nov 2014, 20:07

bugman wrote: yes, but on damon gigs you have much more people, much more stars.
good point, there will be a lot of other people who are just as famous as damon performing.

i wonder how much cash they take

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Post by bugman » 14 Nov 2014, 22:14

Pasta wrote:
bugman wrote: yes, but on damon gigs you have much more people, much more stars.
good point, there will be a lot of other people who are just as famous as damon performing.

i wonder how much cash they take

graham isn't famous ? or de la soul ?really ?

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Post by davidsutter » 15 Nov 2014, 01:33

not to mention that it's from sandbag
who knows how long you'd have to wait for it

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Post by 101reykjavik » 15 Nov 2014, 11:48

davidsutter wrote:not to mention that it's from sandbag
who knows how long you'd have to wait for it
I thought that. Admit to feeling a bit foolish lining Sandbag's pockets again. Oh well, hopefully won't be a painful process this time. :roll:
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Re: Damon Albarn - Everyday Robots tour thread

Post by Pasta » 15 Nov 2014, 12:24

bugman wrote:
Pasta wrote:
bugman wrote: yes, but on damon gigs you have much more people, much more stars.
good point, there will be a lot of other people who are just as famous as damon performing.

i wonder how much cash they take

graham isn't famous ? or de la soul ?really ?
Eh?

I was saying that they're just as famous as Damon and Damon is quite famous

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