No I'm not :(, i wanted to but i've blown all my money on going to Benicassim, you?
This set of Peace shows - http://www.nme.com/awards/tour (plus Liverpool show and minus Norwich show) - are part of a tour that has a given name. So in the tour fields for these shows should be 'NME Awards Tour 2013', not 'In Love'. I hope you can understand this, and stop changing them, or I shall lock the setlists, which I don't really want to do. So. Cheers.
Well, if I'd have said that out loud to you, it wouldn't have had any rudeness in it. I'm making a point, not meaning to offend :-)
It's not me that sets those.
I shall do so next time :-) and I know the feeling of so many emails, I'm subscribed to at least 20 bands. Good to see someone else with equal commitment!
Have fun! (Oh the irony :L) I may see them at Reading, I hear they're rumoured to play.
That's why it's great being a mod. You delete their setlist and make your own :L
(I never do that, for the record)
As songs, if they're played often enough. Like on the Muse setlists, Monty Jam, Helsinki Jam, MK Jam etc are listed as songs in the setlist. However, since this is the only experience of instrunmental jams I have to draw on, I cannot be 100% sure.
OK. I'd get rid of the dashes, they look horrible. And since 'Instrunmental Jam' won't be assigned to an album, no one will confuse it for being an actual song.
Would that have been softer with a smiley face :-) haha. np.
How do you go to all these gigs? Don't you have a job? A life? ;-)
It's a great setup. I want your life!
Impressive. I thought I was going to a lot :b
Do you go with anyone or just by yourself? My problem is no one will ever come with me to like 3 concerts in a week. They're like 'oh I'd rather save my money' but, money is for spending right.
Great philosophy ;)
God I feel inferior. 3 vinyls to my name. 50+ band tshirts though.
Might see you at UEA gigs in October, thinking of uni there with a year in Australia (with Soundwave and Big Day Out in mind ofc).
What will you do? Canadian gigs ofc ;) UEA is pretty much the only place that offers that kinda thing, I'd have applied to a foreign uni but this way I get the best of both worlds, I don't have to leave the naaarwich farmers and I'll get to be called Sheila by everyone for a year.
I could sell all my muse stuff and bail Greece out, I'll never be bankrupt.
Only because you like London-y bands. There'll be brilliant unknown Canadian bands, for sure.
If not, there's always Justin Bieber ;)
Assigned the songs you listed from 'EP Delicious' and 'Wraith' as they're the only two Peace albums listed on here. Posted to an admin asking how to add 'In Love' and 'Follow Baby', should be sorted shortly :-)
'In Love' sorted now too. Can't add Follow Baby single, it's not on musicbrainz. Hope that's alright! Also couldn't work out if your comment earlier was sarcastic, better not have been haha
re: Scumbag -- http://www.setlist.fm/stats/songs/peace-2bdec4ce.html?song=Scumbag
re: 1998 -- http://www.setlist.fm/stats/songs/binary-finary-6bd6d6d2.html?song=1998+%28Delicious%29 [and it is a cover primarily so that's why]
As you should see from these they're listed as part of their respective albums, if the stats on the individual setlists don't say the same thing there's nothing I can do about that and hopefully they'll adjust and be accurate in time :-).
Oh and it's my pleasure :D haha
Hmm. Couldn't you argue that Muse's House of the Rising Sun is a major (although not fantastic ;)) reworking of the original, and is thus not a cover? But it's more than just influenced by the song, it's taking more than just a chord sequence or a certain line - it's a cover.
Hey, all done, thanks :-)
Just wondering - did both of these events happen?
If so, could you add a note and some proof on each one, just so we know they're not duplicates, it will prevent one of them being deleted in the future. Cheers :-)!
thank you :-) On both counts haha
Mm. What annoys me more though is people not getting into the show they're at because they're constantly looking down at their phone, writing down all the songs and the little details etc... It's a fine line, I think.
Nothing personal! haha. It's a fine line in that it's fine to do it if you're not like, in the front row and 2m away from your favourite band, because if you did it then, you'd be crazy, my opinion (:
Nevertheless I think it's great you do what you do.
hey man, i just booked tickets to see Peace in Reading, can't wait hopefully they play a good set, they could easily play around 15 songs, as the album is now out.
yeah when i saw Spector at Sub89 they played about 12. I do have twitter, but im incredibly boring, and i only really use it for talking to my mates, you can follow me if you want @hardrockguy
That's several questions ;-)
Prior to debut album - '[Year] [Continent] Tour' would be fine, e.g. '1991 European Tour'.
If the tour dates don't have any definite, at least minth-long breaks, assign the dates within a week or so of the album release to that album. If there's a break of two or three months, then an album release, assign the dates within around two months of the release to that album and put something like '[Album] Launch Tour' in the tour field. Just use your initiative really :). However because those 4 setlists span over '87 and '88 it'd be more accurate to just leave the field blank.
Those three in '89 can definitely be '[Album] Launch Tour' within the rough rules above.
Hope this helps :-)