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10 acts that could replaceBlur at Big Day Out 2014

Following the shock announcement that Blur have cancelled their headline set at next year’s Big Day Out, the festival’s promoters have promised to find a suitable replacement act or acts. Here are 10 possible candidates.

The Big Day Out has a long history of promoting huge festival lineups and an even longer list of phone numbers for agents and managers across the globe. The BDO team – including festival founder Ken West and recent investor AJ Maddah – are are working on booking the replacements and have promised to announced new additions as soon as possible. Big Day Out investors C3 Presents also produce the Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza so it’s a fair bet that their recent headliners have also been on the receiving end of a few “Hail Mary” phone calls over the past 24 hours.

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So who definitely isn’t the replacement act?

While the checkbooks are open, replacement acts for “white whales” that have recently headlined Coachella and that haven’t toured Australia in 17 years aren’t easy to find with just eight weeks notice. Many of the potential acts big enough to be considered as a replacement have already announced Australian tours – or would be locked in for tours with other festivals such as Splendour in the Grass or Groovin’ The Moo.

Arctic Monkeys, Pixies, Jay Z, and Justin Vernon’s Volcano Choir have American gigs that clash with the Big Day Out. Flaming Lips and The Bronx / Mariachi El Bronx can also be ruled out as they’re playing together at My Morning Jacket’s “One Big Holiday” festival in Mexico. While they’re not big enough to be a replacement act, Mogwai have an English tour locked in, which means that they’ll miss out on a great opportunity to sell truckloads of their famed “Blur are shite” t-shirts. And before you ask… Big Day Out CEO Adam Zammit has already ruled out Daft Punk from contention.

The Rolling Stones announced their Australian tour last week and other big acts including Bruce Springsteen, Eminem, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of The Stone Age, Vampire Weekend, The National, Phoenix and Paramore also have other plans for Australia. The timing of this year’s Grammy Awards on January 26 could also pose a problem for the Big Day Out’s search for replacement acts. The festival has already lost Kendrick Lamar to the awards and while the nominations won’t be announced until December 6 it could affect other acts who expect to pick up a Grammy or two.

10 acts that could replace Blur on the 2014 Big Day Out:

1. Soundgarden

With Pearl Jam and Mudhoney already on the Big Day Out lineup, Soundgarden would be an ideal addition to the lineup. 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of their first BDO tour and they recently stepped in to headline the Big Day Out in 2012 when poor sales forced Kanye West to cancel his sets in Adelaide and Perth. And they still haven’t toured their comeback album King Animal in Australia yet. Coincidentally, Soundgarden are billed in third place on the lineup for Lollapalooza in Argentina just behind Arcade Fire, which is exactly the same billing as Blur on Big Day Out. It all appears to line up very neatly, but the tour schedule could kill drummer Matt Cameron if he played with both Soundgarden and Pearl Jam.


2. Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters will return after a very short hiatus to play shows in Mexico City next month so they’ll be match ready for an Australian tour. They’ve also played two Big Day Out tours – 2000 and 2003 – so they know just how much fun a “Big Day Off” summer tour can be. Dave Grohl also toured Australia with Pearl Jam back in 1995 so it could set up some incredibly nostalgic jam sessions.


3. Beady Eye

For anyone still living out the classic rivalry of the Brit-pop Beady Eye would be an ideal replacement for Blur. Liam Gallagher and fellow Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell, and drummer Chris Sharrock have released two records as Beady Eye but still haven’t toured Australia. The band’s new bassist is Jay Mehler who has toured with the Big Day Out three times as a guitarist with Kasabian (2007, 2010 and 2012) so he can probably put in a good word for the festival.


4. The Black Keys

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney owe the Big Day Out a tour after bailing on the 2011 tour just two weeks before the start of the festival citing “exhaustion”. They returned to Australia late last year to play a run of headline shows before returning to the studio to write and record the followup to 2011’s El Camino. That new album is expected out some time in 2014 so the Big Day Out could present them with an ideal place to road-test their new material.


5. Massive Attack

The Bristol outfit were booked to headline AJ Maddah’s Harvest festival and didn’t announce any replacement shows when the festival was cancelled. They would help replace Blur’s place as a legendary ‘90s British act on the Big Day Out lineup, but their close relationship with Damon Alburn suggests that it’s an unlikely booking. Albarn appeared on their 2003 record 100th Window and their most recent album 2010’s Heligoland.


6. Atoms For Peace

Radiohead are on a break while Thom Yorke focuses on his other band Atoms For Peace. Could we see two appearances from Flea on the Big Day Out tour in as many years? Last year the Melbourne-born bassist played a headline set with Red Hot Chili Peppers and perhaps he enjoyed the Australian summer so much he’s managed to convince his Atoms For Peace bandmates – Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, drummer Joey Waronker and Brazilian percussionist Mauro Refosco – to join the 2014 tour? Atoms for Peace were also part of the lineup at Big Day Out’s “sister festival” Austin City Limits earlier this year.


7. The Cure

If you’re looking for a legendary English act that’s long overdue for an Australian tour it’s hard to look past The Cure. Their headline set at this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago sparked BDO rumours, but sadly the band still hasn’t played a full Australian tour since 2007. Their exclusive Vivid LIVE shows at the Sydney Opera House in 2011 which saw the band playing their first three albums live in full were rapturously received, so we know they still have the goods to deliver a killer festival set.

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8.The Strokes/Julian Casablancas

Although they didn’t tour their fifth album Comedown Machine, The Strokes recently announced that they are working towards a “return to the scene” in 2014. Their late addition to the Big Day Out tour would make the 10th anniversary of their visit in 2004 when they played second fiddle to Metallica. Frontman Julian Casablancas will perform solo at Lollapalooza festivals in Chile and Argentina in late March/early April next year so he’s certainly been in touch with the C3 Presents team.


9. Kings of Leon

Kings Of Leon were in Sydney last week to play two intimate promotional shows in support of new album Mechanical Bull, and confirmed that they’re keen to return for a proper tour in 2014. “It’s rock solid that we’re coming to tour Australia in 2014 for sure,” lead guitarist Matthew Followill told the Sydney Morning Herald. “We are just not sure exactly when yet … but hopefully it’s in the summer.” Speaking to triple j’s Veronica And Lewis, frontman Caleb Followill also confirmed the tour plans and suggested that they’d play shows in “Brisbane, Perth, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Adelaide: The whole deal.”


10. Nick Cave

Nick Cave has a solid history with the Big Day Out tour, joining the touring party three times (in ‘93 and ’97 with the Bad Seeds and again in 2011 with Grinderman). Cave and his gang toured their new record Push the Sky Away earlier in the year, but surely we deserve another visit from everyone’s favourite expat saint.

FL POLL: WHO SHOULD REPLACE BLUR ON THE BDO BILL?


Big Day Out dates

Friday, January 17 – Western Springs, Auckland
Sunday, January 19 – Metricon Stadium & Carrara Parklands, Gold Coast
Friday, January 24 – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne
Sunday, January 26 – Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney
Friday, January 31 – Bonython Park, Adelaide
Sunday, February 2 – Claremont Showgrounds, Perth

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Harrishun

Harrishun said on the 25th Nov, 2013


Ahaha.
Ahahahahahaha.
Ahahaha.
Oh god.

billo

billo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

i would buy a ticket if bad seeds or grindeman were the replacement

humanracin

humanracin said on the 25th Nov, 2013

If they booked The Cure, would they get their usual 3.5-4 hour set time? I doubt it.
I'd rather they did their own shows next year, another Trilogy maybe...

Alskiz

Alskiz said on the 25th Nov, 2013

aww hot cute to dan and dave look in those pics? i'd rather see most of these bands over blur

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 25th Nov, 2013



If he didn't want to play simultaneous headline sets at a huge, hot, sweaty, touring festival in the middle of Australian summer, he shouldn't have joined two bands. Rookie mistake.

BeShakey

BeShakey said on the 25th Nov, 2013



He's said he is going to tour with Pearl Jam rather than Soundgarden for a while. Soundgarden will be touring with a new drummer in the meantime, but there hasn't been an announcement on who it is.

BeShakey

BeShakey said on the 25th Nov, 2013

The Replacements would be great, if only for the confusion it'd cause

Snoxee

Snoxee said on the 25th Nov, 2013

gorillaz, calling it now

Lucan

Lucan said on the 25th Nov, 2013

I think The Strokes are overdue by 2 records. Am sure the last tour was a few months before Angles was released.

That'd be enough to make me sprint from PJ to the Love Stage.

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013

My money is on Smashing Pumpkins and glorious tears all around.

haydendavies

haydendavies said on the 25th Nov, 2013

The Strokes would be sweeeet, but I have a feeling we are all going to be majorly let down by the replacement act considering half the people are hoping for The Cure or someone of similar size

dynamo

dynamo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

My money is on something shit and everybody will be disappointed quoting 'RIP BDO' on facebook

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

incubus (playing before pearl jam). karnivool or black keys. and move primus up to play after snoop dogg

Harrishun

Harrishun said on the 25th Nov, 2013


I'm going to extend on that and say this will happen next year too.

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



Yeah because Blur cancelling somehow made Primus more popular than Snoop Dogg.

dynamo

dynamo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

How about a Michael Jackson hologram to headline lol

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013



primus more popular than snoop dogg? yes for the bdo considering its roots.... its all about context....and you would be surprised

Harrishun

Harrishun said on the 25th Nov, 2013


Primus is not more popular than Snoop Dogg.

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



It's not 1992 any more, BDO's "roots" don't matter at all. The people who went to Big Day Out in the 90s are no longer the target audience for Big Day Out in the 2010s.

Snoop is a headliner in his own right. Primus aren't. It's as simple as that.

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

it's not 1992 any more, bdo's "roots" don't matter at all. the people who went to big day out in the 90s are no longer the target audience for big day out in the 2010s.

snoop is a headliner in his own right. primus aren't. it's as simple as that.
ticket sales would say otherwise

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



Primus were originally part of the Harvest festival that was cancelled due to poor ticket sales.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Fucking Primus lol. Maybe they should get Phish to fill in for Blur too, really nail that late 90's American college radio market.

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

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Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 25th Nov, 2013

The Strokes would be majestic, stop getting my hopes up!

nos235

nos235 said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Anberlin, Whirr, Balance and Composure - 3 for 1 deal

dynamo

dynamo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

how about Sum 41 then

dynamo

dynamo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Actually how about The Darkness since they cancelled their headline tour this year.

Nosyt

Nosyt said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Sticking with Coldplay, or a reformed silverchair.

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013



once again it is all about context.. one band does not make a show. pearl jam is a major drawcard and a major reason for ticket sales i assume so far but even a headline act as big as pearl jam needs some strong complimentary acts... if you have ever seen primus live you would realise how headline worthy and complimentary they are. they also have a massive underground following. i am not suggesting them to replace blur but 4th headline is not out of the question. throw in some karnivool, incubus, black keys (foo fighters wishful maybe) at number 2 or 3 and you probably would have a pretty damn good show. by the way who said it was 1992? it's 2013 yo! the truth is that bands like these can still blow away audiences and have stood the test of time for a reason. why do you think soundwave has done so well? metallica and the offspring were around in 1992 so perhaps there goes your theory. of course it is each to their own and i am all for snoop dogg up there in the mix of headliners for variety but i am thinking that the "roots" of this festival are definitely still dominantly important otherwise you might as well go and change the name and call it stereosonic or something and make it all about rap rnb and dance.
cheers

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



Which is exactly the flaw in your ticket sales argument.



Which is why there are many other rock bands spread throughout the lineup and throughout the day. If anything, this is an argument against Primus being a headliner, as it means the potential to clash and it goes against the variety that BDO aims to supply.



Only an act's size/popularity dictates whether they are headliner worthy. The cover band at my local pub might play a sick Smells Like Teen Spirit cover, doesn't mean they should headline anything other than over 30s night.



Underground following =/= ticket sales.



Yeah, it is. They're not going to just bump acts up the order, that would piss off people even more.



No, I would be bored as fuck with that. You're being subjective here, stop looking at this as a festival only for your taste.



You wanted to talk BDO's roots, the festival started in 92.



That's exactly why the "roots" of the festival don't fucking matter.

the truth is that bands like these can still blow away audiences and have stood the test of time for a reason. why do you think soundwave has done so well? metallica and the offspring were around in 1992 so perhaps there goes your theory. of course it is each to their own and i am all for snoop dogg up there in the mix of headliners for variety but i am thinking that the "roots" of this festival are definitely still dominantly important otherwise you might as well go and change the name and call it stereosonic or something and make it all about rap rnb and dance.
cheers

TL;DR
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Nosyt

Nosyt said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Incubus as a festival only band may sell some tickets, but nothing like Blur.

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

which is exactly the flaw in your ticket sales argument.



which is why there are many other rock bands spread throughout the lineup and throughout the day. if anything, this is an argument against primus being a headliner, as it means the potential to clash and it goes against the variety that bdo aims to supply.



only an act's size/popularity dictates whether they are headliner worthy. the cover band at my local pub might play a sick smells like teen spirit cover, doesn't mean they should headline anything other than over 30s night.



underground following =/= ticket sales.



yeah, it is. they're not going to just bump acts up the order, that would piss off people even more.



no, i would be bored as fuck with that. you're being subjective here, stop looking at this as a festival only for your taste.



you wanted to talk bdo's roots, the festival started in 92.



that's exactly why the "roots" of the festival don't fucking matter.



tl;dr
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sorry... didn't realise you had a double degree in bachelor of smart arse and know it all from the university of naivety

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013

A bachelor is a degree, mate. If you're going to attack the person instead of the argument, at least do it well.

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 25th Nov, 2013

One thing that has me a little bit concerned is that BDO's statement today suggested multiple acts ('we are working on replacements'). If they were to announce a couple of smaller acts as a replacement, I think you'd potentially make yourself look worse.

I don't care for Blur at all so this news hasn't affected me in the slightest, in fact it's more just made me keen at the possibility of a replacement act that I like. Until it's announced though, I can't help but feel like we're not going to get a big 3rd headliner this close to the event.

getupandgo

getupandgo said on the 25th Nov, 2013



a bachelor is also a man who is neither married nor cohabitating... whatever. as i said each to their own and obviously we agree to disagree. it is out of our hands anyway so i guess we will wait and see. have a good one

Alskiz

Alskiz said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Part of me would LOVE to see Nick Cave, my other half would rather neither a Aussie headliner (or kiwi).

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Do people really not consider Nick Cave to be Australian? This is the second time in two days that someone has suggested he isn't.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Not as big as Blur, but saw The Editors earlier this year and they were great and haven't toured here in quite a while.

For me Nick Cave is an "Australian" icon, but The Bad Seeds have already toured here this year.

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 25th Nov, 2013

getupandgo should goonandfarkoff.

Oflick

Oflick said on the 25th Nov, 2013





Unless I'm misreading, Alskiz considers Nick Cave Australian. (He's torn between wanting to seem him and not wanting an Australian act).

Unless you were referring to another post?

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Unless I'm misreading, Alskiz considers Nick Cave Australian. (He's torn between wanting to seem him and not wanting an Australian act).

Unless you were referring to another post?

My bad, didn't notice "neither" in there.

There was a post, I think by back_to_you, in the Top Five thread yesterday that had something about him not being Australian. That was the other post I was referring to.

Oflick

Oflick said on the 25th Nov, 2013

Didn't notice "neither"? How the hell did you even complete that bachelor of know it all?

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



With great difficulty, evidently.

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 25th Nov, 2013

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Alskiz

Alskiz said on the 25th Nov, 2013

No!? What?? Why wouldn't somebody consider Nick Cave an Australian? You've got me all perplexed now :(

Oflick

Oflick said on the 25th Nov, 2013

I think because he lives in England people sometimes consider him English? But he, the Birthday Party, and the Bad Seeds are Australian.

But, for the record, Grinderman was formed in London, so that band is British.

Alskiz

Alskiz said on the 25th Nov, 2013

actually i've decided I would quite like Nick Cave to headline

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 25th Nov, 2013



The other guy I was referring to (who, for the record, is a massive spud) said in another thread

"are nick cave and kylie considered british?"

Idk, cun[size=2]ts are dumb.

bigval

bigval said on the 25th Nov, 2013

I would think unlikely it will be Silverchair given their manager recently said a possible reunion isn't on the horizon as Daniel Johns is working on a solo album which is expected to be released sometime next year.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 26th Nov, 2013



Three-quarters Australian, though. Tough call.

nos235

nos235 said on the 26th Nov, 2013

The other guy I was referring to (who, for the record, is a massive spud) said in another thread

"are nick cave and kylie considered british?"

Idk, cun[size=2]ts are dumb.

My god Ramoan you are as thick as shit - Of Course BTY knows they're Australian - It was pretty fucking obvious.

grattan

grattan said on the 26th Nov, 2013

Updates from AJ - the replacement won't be No Doubt, Lily Allen or "an Aus Rock Supergroup to celebrate the Dark Side of The Moon 40th anniversary".

So, um... yeah...

Oflick

Oflick said on the 26th Nov, 2013

Haters gonna hate, but Lily Allen would have been awesome.

haydendavies

haydendavies said on the 26th Nov, 2013

Lily Allen would've been fantastic

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 26th Nov, 2013

You're all aiming way too big. Two months out, you won't get anyone as big as Blur. Replacement will be about three bands: something Living Endish, something Wavvesish + something Suedeish.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 26th Nov, 2013



I personally like Suede more than Blur, but I don't think they would go down well at a festival like BDO.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 26th Nov, 2013

I am white male between the age of 20 and 25. I have never heard a single Suede song.

jacegalvin

jacegalvin said on the 26th Nov, 2013

I'm a white male, age 18 to 49. Everyone listens to me, no matter how dumb my suggestions are

Oflick

Oflick said on the 26th Nov, 2013

I am aware of suede clothing.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 26th Nov, 2013



That's because it's really hard to find suede clothing with Aussie flag designs on it.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 26th Nov, 2013

How about Gene, anyone... anyone... ?

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 26th Nov, 2013



http://allmusic.galeon.com/caratulas/s/Suede_-_Head_Music_-_front.jpg

*jumps up on table*

"Give me head. Give me head. Give me head music instead."

....there. Now you have.

Alskiz

Alskiz said on the 26th Nov, 2013

I'd be down as for Suede

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 27th Nov, 2013

The point I was trying to make was that A) we won't get one big band, and B) we'll probably get the biggest Australian band they can get at short notice, a smallish hipster band, and a smallish international nostalgia act.

say, Presets + Best Coast + Cornershop

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 27th Nov, 2013

This here's no place for logic

nos235

nos235 said on the 27th Nov, 2013

The point I was trying to make was that A) we won't get one big band, and B) we'll probably get the biggest Australian band they can get at short notice, a smallish hipster band, and a smallish international nostalgia act.

say, Presets + Best Coast + Cornershop

I like your thinking but I honestly hope it's none of those 3. Presets are good live but I've seen them before and they'd really only be boiler room wouldn't they?

But along those lines ...


Hunters & Collectors, Cloud Cult, The Lemonheads

Victim

Victim said on the 27th Nov, 2013

Sportsbet have listed some odds for who will replace them. Some easy money to be made if you happen to pick the right one, as I'd say the first 6 favourites are no chance IMO.

Wolfmother 5.00
Foo Fighters 7.00
Soundgarden 8.00
Silverchair 9.00
Pulp 10.00
Beady Eye 11.00
The Black Keys 12.00
Nick Cave 12.00
Arctic Monkeys 13.00
Massive Attack 13.00
Kings Of Leon 15.00
The Cure 15.00
Powderfinger 17.00
Beck 17.00
Slayer 19.00
Daft Punk 21.00
Bjork 26.00
The Strokes 26.00
David Bowie 34.00
Outkast 41.00
Lorde 51.00
Oasis 101.00
ABBA 501.00

Piko

Piko said on the 27th Nov, 2013

Odd to run that.. They have 3 spots to fill. What do they do if BDO add say... The Strokes and Lorde to the lineup?

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 27th Nov, 2013

I like your thinking but I honestly hope it's none of those 3. Presets are good live but I've seen them before and they'd really only be boiler room wouldn't they?

But along those lines ...


Hunters & Collectors, Cloud Cult, The Lemonheads

This is a fun game.

Empire of the Sun, Savages, Interpol.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 27th Nov, 2013

This is a fun game.

Empire of the Sun, Savages, Interpol.

Nick Cave, Washed Out, Republica

Harrishun

Harrishun said on the 27th Nov, 2013

Ball Park Music should throw their hands up. They could easily fit the Love Stage and they're only getting bigger in Australia and worldwide.

They said they're coming back with a big tour in the first few months of 2014 though, probably in conjunction with their new album.

EDIT: As one of two or three bands to replace Blur, I mean. Not just Ball Park replacing Blur.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 27th Nov, 2013



It's purely to create free advertising and drive some website traffic. Plus the potential to attract new customers who might open an account who otherwise wouldn't to bet on sport.

They will only ever accept very small bets on these markets. It's a publicity exercise, not an attempt to generate revenue on the specific event.

Piko

Piko said on the 27th Nov, 2013

Yer I'm not so surprised they are running a market on it... More that there could be a flaw if 2 bands are announced.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 27th Nov, 2013



They would just pay out both and wouldn't care in the slightest.

p1owz0r

p1owz0r said on the 27th Nov, 2013



Holy shit, that's a bad call (the first part, the last part is on the money)

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 27th Nov, 2013



Weird that they have Arctic Monkeys when those dudes have a tour on at the same time; and Daft Punk even though Zammit ruled them out. I hope no one puts money on them

RAMONESelaar

RAMONESelaar said on the 27th Nov, 2013

But then they'll be poor when you mug them at the C-town station

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 27th Nov, 2013



If they are at C-town station they are poor.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 27th Nov, 2013



You've just got to get them on their way home from a long day of mugging people in the city.

pixie-imp

pixie-imp said on the 29th Nov, 2013

get the pixies back. they haven't been for a while, and they're touring europe. black keys or foo fighters would be great though. or, if you want britpop, pulp. any of these 4 and i won't ask for my money back.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 29th Nov, 2013



Good to know you're so easy to please.

nos235

nos235 said on the 29th Nov, 2013

has Elastica been mentioned

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 29th Nov, 2013

If they were, it was only by that idiot who was just listing random bands. Good to see someone picked up his role.

nos235

nos235 said on the 29th Nov, 2013

I saw the Britpop Pulp reference hence Elastic (tongue in cheek)

But Seriously though - what about Chris Cornell

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 29th Nov, 2013

Seriously though. Stop saying random artists.

Piko

Piko said on the 29th Nov, 2013

New Order touring new album is a possibility.. but sadly.. the new album is kinda shit isn't it... I mean.. really.. It's shit. I'm a fan and well.. yes. It's fucking sh.... oh you get the idea

nos235

nos235 said on the 29th Nov, 2013



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