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Postby Natalie1690 » Mon Jul 17, 2006 6:32 pm

I desperatley need to see Arctic Monkeys live in person. Are they ever coming to Toad's in CT, USA?????
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Postby surrey_casual » Mon Jul 17, 2006 6:41 pm

maybe maybe maybe, check when they start ther new us tour, they will tour uk after reading/leeds, so bout october time prob. you may have to travel though..

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Postby Lizzi » Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:13 pm

I think the next North American tour is gonna be next year... so keep checking their offish site!
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Postby Ritz-To-The-Riot » Thu Aug 10, 2006 4:51 pm

surrey_casual wrote:maybe maybe maybe, check when they start ther new us tour, they will tour uk after reading/leeds, so bout october time prob. you may have to travel though..

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I thought they were going to start their new album after reading/leeds...:?
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Postby Lizzi » Thu Aug 10, 2006 5:18 pm

Ritz-To-The-Riot wrote:
surrey_casual wrote:maybe maybe maybe, check when they start ther new us tour, they will tour uk after reading/leeds, so bout october time prob. you may have to travel though..

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I thought they were going to start their new album after reading/leeds...:?


they are. scott was prolly drunk or high when he wrote that... :roll:
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Postby AlisonFasheeta » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:11 am

Lizzi wrote:I think the next North American tour is gonna be next year... so keep checking their offish site!

Check every day until next year. I wonder if they'll play big clubs next time? That would just suck.
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Postby Space Invader » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:51 am

one step bigger from Carling Academy Glasgow is the concert hall at SECC, which sucks pretty bad cus its so big and impersonal - only good for seeing huge bands with huge shows


but if they play the same venues, they might feel as if they haven't progressed at all

ALSO what songs do you think they will drop in favour of new tracks after their second album? or will their shows get longer?
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Postby AlisonFasheeta » Sat Aug 12, 2006 1:03 am

Space Invader wrote:one step bigger from Carling Academy Glasgow is the concert hall at SECC, which sucks pretty bad cus its so big and impersonal - only good for seeing huge bands with huge shows


but if they play the same venues, they might feel as if they haven't progressed at all

ALSO what songs do you think they will drop in favour of new tracks after their second album? or will their shows get longer?

Hopefully mardy bum. I don't like that live. I think they keep the View from the Afternoon for a while, and basically all their singles.

I think next tour it'd be cool if they switch it up more, instead of playing the same show every night. I know they like to have a set thing, but since they have more songs who knows. Plus I'll see more than once if I can, it'd be nice to hear different songs.

I think big shows are good and bad. I mean if they go bigger I won't end up spending 50$ on a ticket because it sold out in like a day. But I think big for the U.K and big for America are a little different. I think if they played TLA in Phila. which holds like 500 I'd say, that would be "big" compaired to where I saw them in Phila.
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Postby Lizzi » Sat Aug 12, 2006 1:47 am

AlisonFasheeta wrote:
Space Invader wrote:one step bigger from Carling Academy Glasgow is the concert hall at SECC, which sucks pretty bad cus its so big and impersonal - only good for seeing huge bands with huge shows


but if they play the same venues, they might feel as if they haven't progressed at all

ALSO what songs do you think they will drop in favour of new tracks after their second album? or will their shows get longer?

Hopefully mardy bum. I don't like that live. I think they keep the View from the Afternoon for a while, and basically all their singles.

I think next tour it'd be cool if they switch it up more, instead of playing the same show every night. I know they like to have a set thing, but since they have more songs who knows. Plus I'll see more than once if I can, it'd be nice to hear different songs.

I think big shows are good and bad. I mean if they go bigger I won't end up spending 50$ on a ticket because it sold out in like a day. But I think big for the U.K and big for America are a little different. I think if they played TLA in Phila. which holds like 500 I'd say, that would be "big" compaired to where I saw them in Phila.

YOU SAW THEM IN A PLACE WHERE IT WAS LESS THAN 500 PEOPLE???

I am soooooooooo driving down to yer place next tour then! oh my!!! it was 1200 the first time i saw them, and 1800 the next... fuck 500 would be brilliant!!!

I love small places.. more intimate...

and i say they'll drop You prolly couldn't see, riot van... too bad about you prolly couldn't see cos i love that track.. or maybe they'll play for more than an hour
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Postby AlisonFasheeta » Sat Aug 12, 2006 4:26 am

Lizzi wrote:
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Space Invader wrote:one step bigger from Carling Academy Glasgow is the concert hall at SECC, which sucks pretty bad cus its so big and impersonal - only good for seeing huge bands with huge shows


but if they play the same venues, they might feel as if they haven't progressed at all

ALSO what songs do you think they will drop in favour of new tracks after their second album? or will their shows get longer?

Hopefully mardy bum. I don't like that live. I think they keep the View from the Afternoon for a while, and basically all their singles.

I think next tour it'd be cool if they switch it up more, instead of playing the same show every night. I know they like to have a set thing, but since they have more songs who knows. Plus I'll see more than once if I can, it'd be nice to hear different songs.

I think big shows are good and bad. I mean if they go bigger I won't end up spending 50$ on a ticket because it sold out in like a day. But I think big for the U.K and big for America are a little different. I think if they played TLA in Phila. which holds like 500 I'd say, that would be "big" compaired to where I saw them in Phila.

YOU SAW THEM IN A PLACE WHERE IT WAS LESS THAN 500 PEOPLE???

I am soooooooooo driving down to yer place next tour then! oh my!!! it was 1200 the first time i saw them, and 1800 the next... fuck 500 would be brilliant!!!

I love small places.. more intimate...

and i say they'll drop You prolly couldn't see, riot van... too bad about you prolly couldn't see cos i love that track.. or maybe they'll play for more than an hour

I've been trying to find out the actual capacity of the Starlight Ballroom, but in comparison to other clubs where I know the capacity. Definitely less than 500, cause Monks in Baltimore it was 1000, and Starlight was less than half of that. Can guarantee it won't be that way next time around.
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Postby Lizzi » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:16 pm

lucky ass!

they day they will play the bell center (which is like the biggest here in montreal) will be the day i will be really really sad....

i want them to continue playing small venues... even if, to satisfy the demand, they have to play two nights in a row....
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Postby Ritz-To-The-Riot » Sat Aug 12, 2006 4:02 pm

I hope they come to brighton next tour
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Postby AlisonFasheeta » Sat Aug 12, 2006 8:13 pm

Lizzi wrote:lucky ass!

they day they will play the bell center (which is like the biggest here in montreal) will be the day i will be really really sad....

i want them to continue playing small venues... even if, to satisfy the demand, they have to play two nights in a row....

I'm fine with two nights in a row, don't think they would do that though. I mean if there wasn't any other clubs, maybe, but in my area there's plenty of big venues, so that basically sucks.
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