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22 years old. Punk-rocker & Hardcore kid.
Lille / Paris, France
*Moderator* --> Feel free to question me about anything.
Don't hesitate to submit me recording (audio / video) of shows by bands I seem to know in order to write down the setlist.
Begin to post some pictures of my attended shows on instagram: lessthanmartin_


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Did some more research on The Brains at Rebellion Fest. Since 2002 Tom Gray of the US new wave band The Brains has been working almost exclusively with his new band Delta Moon. He did the occasional solo show around Atlanta, but hasn't reformed The Brains since they broke up in the early 1980's. The closest was when he played with the Swimming Pool Q's and Brains drummer Charles Wolff in Atlanta in 2007. Looking at the Canadian band's style and whereabouts in Europe during those summers, it makes sense that it was really the Canadian band.

I really think that that the shows credited to the US new wave band The Brains from the 3 Rebellion Festivals, 2009, 2013, and 2014 should be credited to the Canadian psychobilly band The Brains, as the US band has been inactive since the early to mid 1980s. Thanks.

Salut Martin,
Je vois que tu as renseigné des setlists concernant des concerts des $heriff.
Si tu as des enregistrements audios et/ou vidéos, peux-tu m'envoyer ta liste par mail car je collectionne tout sur les montpellierens, surtout de 1984 à 1999. @+ Thierry

It might be a good idea to follow this forum and show some responsibility for France

Would it be possible for you to assign the concerts you attended in KavKa Antwerp to the correct venue either of
Thanks in advance.

Hi Martin,
Regarding this one...
...why would the "across" be lower case? I don't see that in the Musicbrainz style/grammar guidelines for English.

Hi Martin, I’m glad you and me are on the same page about moderator dirkvandamme. He has been harrassing me for over a year an has been deleting a lot of set lists and edits I made.

I has come to the point where I would kindly suggest you raise this issue with administrators. I have been in contact with michi today.

Good luck!
I questioned you because you added some shows you didn't attend without
giving a source. Nothing personal, we just like to have source proof when
someone stumbles across a missing show that they didn't attend in person.
Please post your source in the comments.
It's difficult to question setlist users upload when someone supposedly knowing a lot more isn't doing the same.
Thank you.

Thanks for the response. To be honest those links pretty much back up what I've been saying. When I tried to add the Martian Dance gigs from 1981, I can't as it says the club closed in 1969 and reopened as the Wag in 1982. Whereas, as those links say, the lease was bought in early 1981 by Chris Sullivan, so it must have been renamed the Wag in 1982 and not reopened. Therefore, it was still functioning as the Whiskey A Go-Go in June 1981 when I saw the two Martian Dance gigs there, as proved by the link to the gig poster that I showed you recently.

The gigs I messaged you about back in October at the Whiskey A Go Go in Wardour Street, London. According to the venue information it closed as a venue in 1969 and re-opened as the Wag Club in 1982. However, I saw the band Martian Dance there on two successive nights in 1981.
I now have proof:

Wow, that’s ridiculous.
The ones which have disappeared from my gig history were mostly late ‘70s and early ‘80s.
I don’t understand what they could sue about. They’re facts regarding a band, it’s not that person’s personal property.

Someone has deleted loads of setlists by the Damned. I’ve had 23 disappear from my gig history.

It's the same for the Giuda 's concet : the19 th not the 18

about the concert of Buzzcocks at Saint Brieuc on november 2016.
I don't agree with your updated.
The concert was on the 19 november not the18.

Unfortunately, this was 1981, so pre-internet. And the band broke up before the end of the year and only released one single. So online info is limited. In fact I had to create their musicbrainz profile myself.
It was either a very early show at the WAG Club or one of the last at the Whiskey A Go-Go, but the Whiskey listing on here says it closed in 1969, which can't be right.
I'll leave it for now. It's becoming a lot of work for two gigs 37 years ago.
Thanks for your help as always.

Thanks for your response regarding the WAG Club in London.
I don't recall a downstairs, but then it has been a very long time since I was there. Maybe it was just a bar, as the room where they had gigs and club nights was definitely upstairs.
I've looked at the venue details and I can't find a way to alter the timeframe of when it was running. It was definitely 1981, as the band I saw there on two consecutive nights had already broken up by 1982.
It does seem strange that there's this huge gap between 1969 (when it says the original Whiskey A Go-Go club closed) and 1982 (when the WAG Club opened there), even though there was a club running there in between. As far as I'm aware, the WAG was just a renaming, not a new venue opening.

I've tried to add a gig at a venue, but I had an error message telling me the venue was not open at that time. So I checked here the years the venue was in operation and it says it started the year after I was at a gig there.
It's the Whiskey A Go-Go Club in London. Which it says on here was in operation from 1965-1969. It then became the WAG Club from 1982 up to 2001. However, I went to two gigs there in 1981. There is no mention online of what it was called between 1969 and 1982, although the club was still open. It was a nightclub more than a live music venue, but it still happened regularly.
I read somewhere that it became the WAG Club in 1981.
So where does setlist get the venue information from?

I see the guy's profile has been deleted, presumably he didn't take well to criticism.
Hopefully there is an Idlewild fan out there who's happy to change all the changed setlists back to how they were.

Thanks for your message. Please take a look at the profile of the guy who changed the setlist. He's been to 14 concerts, yet has made over 3,000 edits. He keeps changing already made setlists to those of different acts, on different dates at different venues in different cities.
I think you either need to contact him and find out why he's doing this or maybe block him from the website, as he's undoing lots of people's work.

Hi, can you take a look at this setlist please:
A user has opened up a setlist and changed the act, venue and date.