October 24, 2005


Frankfurt DE

Complicated Situation
Fault Line
Devil's Waitin'
Shuffle Your Feet
Ain't No Easy Way
Weight Of The World
Love Burns
White Palms
Punk Song
As Sure As The Sun
Still Suspicion Holds You Tight
Rise Or Fall
US Government
Sympathetic Noose

Spread Your Love
Heart + Soul
The Line
Gospel Song
Open Invitation

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Alternate_Mat, alvy, Bermuda, blackrebel75, CoNnY, Etoile70, Fredesign, Kirsty, kokett, markchapman, markus, mattdamon, nappi, Red_Weather, rrmc, TooBad

blackrebel75 says0 Votes UP / DOWN
the gig in frankfurt was awesome!!! robert kept his promise which he gave me before the concert.....he said they would try to play all the songs of the new album and they nearly did....played all of them except "restless sinner"......the new songs sound wonderful and i even liked gospel now:)...... peter coming on stage playing the first 3 songs on his own, that was fantastic,too....it was great that the gig now was a bit different from the ones they did last year due to the new album.....now you really can enjoy the music and listen to it instead of trying to get rid of all the people jumping around you;)..........they also played one more song than they originally had planned....."heart+soul" wasn't on the setlist, but they played it anyway and i liked the new version of "us government" a lot!!!! i met robert and peter before and after the gig.....somehow robert seemed to remember me from the few times we met last year....very nice!!.....and afterwards i talked to him for nearly 20 minutes about lots of things.....he liked my pen a lot....and when i said he could have it he just said "but i don't want to steal it from you" :).....but i made him keep it anyway.....he seemed really happy with that......Thanks for that wonderful evening!!!!....i'm looking forward to cologne in 13 days.....
i will try to upload my pictures here this weekend
Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2005 am31 at 12:48am
Kirsty says0 Votes UP / DOWN
What a wonderful & fantastic show ! So different from the last one but just so great. They played two of my favourite songs from the new album (Fault Line and Devil's Waiting) right at the beginning and it was beautiful. The set was really long and made us all happy. I also liked the new version of US Government which I didn't recognise at first. And yeah it was great they added Heart & Soul because they felt the audience could take "some more"....Again it was an amazing show. Together with a friend I managed to meet the guys and they are really nice souls!! We love you & your music ...

Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2005 am31 at 1:32am
markus says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Concerning your show yesterday at batschkapp ffm i can just go along with dean moriarty who would have screamed
-go go go!-.your show was kicks...
Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2005 am31 at 8:44am
skinriver says0 Votes UP / DOWN
Dean Moriarty would have also said "Whoee!" and "Yup, yup, yup!"
Posted Wednesday, October 26, 2005 am31 at 9:07am
kokett says0 Votes UP / DOWN
please dont play the same setlist at all german shows cause ill go to the other ones too
Posted Wednesday, October 26, 2005 pm31 at 1:48pm
TooBad says0 Votes UP / DOWN
I took two friends with me, one who saw the the guys opening for Lenny Kravitz last year and had none of the albums and another who had NO idea what the band were about.

They got the works! :O)

I was utterly impressed with the experience. Every tune delivered so I could shut my eyes and just go with it.

The warm-up group was ... interesting. By the end of their piece, it was obvious to me and my (also) pleasantly drunken friend, that the band was called 'BO'Lie!' Bless the lead-singers stoned heart, he played far better than he could publicly speak, but his playing was satisfying and I'm hunting around for any recorded stuff his team might have produced.

The lighting was effective. I loved the way the boys would sweep out of the glowing fog to do their thang and then retire like ghosts into the mist again.

Now I don't know the band-members by their names (yet), but the lad that doesn't look like a slim version of Dr Gonzo (Benico Del Toro) in Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, OK, the shorter-haired guy... he has the most characteristic of scrubbing techniques on his guitar when he gets 'hot'...

I would describe it in German as 'Tiefflugschrubben'; Low-flying scrubbing... Just excellent!

I'm not sure if any of this counts as a 'review' but if anybody needs telling - go to a concert, buy the albums, whatever, but hear this stuff, get to know something unique and one day worth telling your grandkids 'I was there!'

Posted Thursday, October 27, 2005 am31 at 10:27am

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