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#556 Post by Aaron »

jamie1978 wrote:
bookshopboy wrote:
seriously wrote:is this the longest disussion thread ever?
No, not yet. It still has to beat:

"The ten songs game"
"The "last word" song game"
"word whomp game Part 6"
"Word Puzzle Game"
"Right, before you lot start counting to 1000 AGAIN..."
"Kylie - The official kylie thread"
"Count From 1 to 1000!!!!"
"REVEALED: What really happened on Queens Day in NL last week"

That's quite sad that for a PSB forum, the most replied to threads have nothing to do with PSB.... :roll:
And even sadder that most are just ways to pass the time - there is a whole world out there, you know.
And sadder still, aren't the majority started by that salt-lick, Weirdal?

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#557 Post by jamie1978 »

joncool5 wrote:I was reading this morning that the impact could be less than first thought with Echoes by Pink Floyd currently set to scrape into the top 40 album chart.
I think everyone who wants an old Pink Floyd album probably already owns one. Their performance was perfectly good, but it wasnt as earth-shattering as the hyperbole made out.

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#558 Post by Zeus On The Loose »

And there is a law against defamation of character, slander, libel etc. and there is a law against publicising personal data (health, sexuality, wealth, religion etc.) at least here.
Does cameos only.

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#559 Post by skyhigh »

as long as you say allegedly after each input then the law doesnt come into it.
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#560 Post by psb-freak »

Freak is back. Now I can find you new pics again:
There are some pics on http://www.empics.com Put Pet Shop Boys as keyword.

http://www.wireimage.com/GalleryListing ... &logsrch=1 More pics.
You can´t see none those pics bigger on those sites.
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#561 Post by Guest »

There is a encore presentation of Live 8 in Australia airing tonight featuring new footage and performances. I hope they show pet shop boys

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#562 Post by psb-freak »

You should record it absolutely!!!!! :D
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#563 Post by glennjridge »

just saw keane doing their set on tv. they sound so good live.
now, this guy I havent heard of named peter doherty with elton john on the otherhand....

annie lennox also was really good.

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#564 Post by Guest »

i recorded it but they didnt play pet shop boys
they didnt mention russia
does anyone have any more live 8 videoclips of pet shop boys

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#565 Post by psb-freak »

Btw. At least some of the Live8 shows will be reproadcasted in 5 parts on our tv on August and September.
It´ll be on YLE TV2. I´m just hoping PSB will be there.
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#566 Post by Dreamcatcher2003 »

Last night a TV channel broadcast live8, but let alone PSB appearance, there was not even a MENTION of Moscow...they alternated between Philedelphia and London very frequently with occasional dabs to Berlin, Paris and Roma-- A-ha was simply horrible- Madonna was horrible-Black Eyed Peas were very good-Killers, Travis and Annie Lenox were good...REM put me to sleep- Shakira was OK- I skipped, though, Paul McCartney and Bono part- as fake as morning sun, who cares?
The CELL by Stephen King instantly hit number 1 in New York Times Bookseller Lists selling well over 200 thousand copies in three weeks. This affirms my opinion: People really need an occassional good horror read...

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#567 Post by Technotrancemix »

Dreamcatcher2003 wrote:A-ha was simply horrible- Madonna was horrible-Black Eyed Peas were very good-Killers, Travis and Annie Lenox were good...REM put me to sleep- Shakira was OK- I skipped, though, Paul McCartney and Bono part- as fake as morning sun, who cares?
...your freedom of speech as it is allowed... I can't say that I agree with your statement but I'm sure others would agree.

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#568 Post by Hmmm »

As we have had Live8 can we have an After8..
The clips that i have seen of the Boys in Moscow looked like they had a good time and so did the crowd.
Moscow City Boys does not have the same ring to it :wink: .
They make a little go along way.. very Minimal but Fundamental.

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#569 Post by Dreamcatcher2003 »

technotrancemix wrote:
Dreamcatcher2003 wrote:A-ha was simply horrible- Madonna was horrible-Black Eyed Peas were very good-Killers, Travis and Annie Lenox were good...REM put me to sleep- Shakira was OK- I skipped, though, Paul McCartney and Bono part- as fake as morning sun, who cares?
...your freedom of speech as it is allowed... I can't say that I agree with your statement but I'm sure others would agree.
If you are referring to Paul McCartney and Bono part, just check what was on the menu during the dinner at night and how much of it was wasted, disposed of for nothing - I think one of your tabloids published an account of it. This smells altruism...
The CELL by Stephen King instantly hit number 1 in New York Times Bookseller Lists selling well over 200 thousand copies in three weeks. This affirms my opinion: People really need an occassional good horror read...

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#570 Post by madhatter88 »

Interesting reading James Masterton comments this week especially noting that a lot of the Live 8 participants have indeed benefited from the increased exposure the event offered them. Cynical me? Never!!

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