[Grief] TG in Paris
harmaline23 at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 9 19:41:12 PDT 2008
I'm kicking myself for not going, it would only have been a quick trip on Eurostar. I guess the 32nd Report LP is a live recording from Paris, from the clips I've seen on Youtube it sounds pretty good.
I'm a little uneasy with all these backwards looking/greatest hits shows they've been doing recently though, it's not something I'd ever imagine TG ever considering and makes them no better than the myriad of 60's/70's rock bands (Genesis, Led Zep, The Stooges, The Police, et al) who have reformed over the last few years.
From: swindonbakery at gmail.com
To: grief at hollyfeld.org
Subject: Re: [Grief] TG in Paris
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2008 08:15:36 -0700
Man, that sounds amazing. Very envious. Want one of those pocket knives!Thanks for the review.I hope we get a release of the show. I don't know if the banner on TG.com is for a live recording or what...
On Jun 7, 2008, at 1:56 PM, cblanger wrote:Back from TG in Paris : They played a XXI century version of the 2nd annual report LP, so, as sleazy said "the 32th annual report"...then versions of slug bait and maggot death and after cease to exist ; the Coum Transmissions film "after cease to exist" was projected on screen during the second part of the set.They made an encore : zyklon B zombie The sound was LOUD ! Carter and sleazy at work most of the time. Few vocals and violin by Genesis. Few guitar by Cosey. Large venue with lot of space and bleachers. Not sold out at all. D. Tibet was attending the show. Merchandising : some TGV boxsets ; a commemorative set with 2 prints suitable for framing (endless knot and flash logo versions) + a pocket swiss army knife with IR logo) limited to 100 copies. Great show and great night. Deserve an official release like Camber Sands. d._______________________________________________
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