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Members at this show:BlackSof, musicmungo,
blackrebel75, BlackSof, burnbabyburn, emily, Fabian, kuschel, Moon_palace, mudddy, muddy, nappi, pigletface, sexdrugsrocknroll, Zhara
Reviews: 5 Post Review
nappi says0 Votes UP / DOWN
...no words for that...
For me it was like to get a glimpse of God. It has been a spiritual moment to me. It has really touched my heart in a way I really have no words for.
...no words for that what was happening at this show...
Everyone was touched by the above...and iÂ´m still in that special mood...
Thank you very much guys.
Thanx to blackrebel75, kirsty, pigletface, kuschel and the three french ladies for being with me in that very special moment...
Posted Sunday, November 20, 2005 pm30 at 11:42pm
blackrebel75 says0 Votes UP / DOWN
wow.......that gig in luxembourg was so amazing. i still can't find the right words to describe it. it's unbelievable that these guys still get better and better with every gig!! it was so intense. not only did they play 27 songs and almost 2 and a half hours, but also this time the songs had so much mor energy than ever before.
peter started off with a little different acoustic set, beginning with fault line, too real and then complicated situation. excellent. ain't no easy way really blew me away this time. that song had so much power. and white palms.....with all the lightning and stuff......awesome!! not to mention that they played such wonderful songs like down here, high/low, restless sinner and in like the rose again. oh, and of course ha ha high babe. it always makes me shiver listening to rob's bass. these guys are......i just love them!! makes me happy and sad, all at the same time.so many emotions!! brmc will always be in my heart! thanks guys for everything!!!! will this madness ever stop??
Posted Monday, November 21, 2005 am30 at 6:18am
emily says0 Votes UP / DOWN
i swear to God that was one of the most amazing concerts i have ever been to..! and i have been to 21 concerts this year. it was just so great and i really felt like i was part of something memorable - i felt so lucky to be there :)
Posted Monday, November 21, 2005 pm30 at 12:32pm
burnbabyburn says0 Votes UP / DOWN
thanks a lot for that show BRMC!!!
That was the best gig I've ever been to!
I still can't believe you played High/Low, my favorite song...And In Like The Rose was great as well.
Posted Thursday, November 24, 2005 am30 at 9:23am
Zhara says0 Votes UP / DOWN
I know Iam a little bit too late.. but there are some thoughts in my mind I still want to say..
Great evening. I prefer concerts in small clubs. in a kind of way it was very special to be there in Luxembourg in that nice club DenAtelier.
Uh, the setlist was just amazing. At one point of the concert I permanently hugged my friend- because it was a complete surprise for me that they played so much songs I wished to hear.
I mean just take a look on the setlist: howl,in like the rose, redeyes, restless sinner, high babe, too real..
I also thought they performed rifles, but it isn't mentioned on the setlist. Dunno what still keeps me thinking that they played this song.
But whats about the luxembourg guys? Uhm, they are special in some kind of way too.
Before the concert started i wondered myself why I was the only one that wore a sleevless shirt. Most of the other people wore their winterjacket and I thought to myself that they are surely going to sweat a lot during the concert; the rush of dance. But when BRMC played their first fast song, I began to understand.
-These guys from Luxembourg were'nt dancing people. It took a little time for me to accept this. It was strange to see the audience just standing in front of the stage, although danceable songs were played. So my friend and I were almost the only ones that danced. But to dance all on your own was no real fun...
Maybe that was the reason why I closed my eyes, just listened to the music, smoked some cigaretts, streamed away with the chord. It was more a mental thing there in Luxembourg and it was good to be there and learn something about other mindsets.
I hope we europeans will get some other chance to see BRMC on small clubs next year- to celebrate music in which kind of way ever.
Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2005 am30 at 8:48am