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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (4) Thanks(4)   Quote RedZep Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 September 2014 at 4:54pm
I'd buy £20 worth of crack for my kids before a ticket to Embrace .....
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 September 2014 at 5:24pm
Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

Rugby... Music is way more important, throughout growing up Music has been at times a source of joy/solace and comfort, Rugby only gives me angst lol, even when we won the league in Cardiff it was Angst all the way.

£20 to go and watch a band like Embrace or £20 to watch the Scarlets.. sorry Embrace all the time......


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Originally posted by rap columbo rap columbo wrote:

Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

Rugby... Music is way more important, throughout growing up Music has been at times a source of joy/solace and comfort, Rugby only gives me angst lol, even when we won the league in Cardiff it was Angst all the way.

£20 to go and watch a band like Embrace or £20 to watch the Scarlets.. sorry Embrace all the time......


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they a good band?????

Personal opinion there old boy... If I had an option of scarlets v embrace then it would be embrace all the way. I listen to them way more than I think of the scarlets...
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at the end of the day music is personal.....
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Eastern outpost Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 September 2014 at 7:52pm
Less injuries in music. Mind you tighter drugs checks in rugby.

I'd rather watch Scarlets than go to see my favourite band live. The crowd and folk you meet at the rugby are much more chatty and likeminded than gig-goers, by and large. There's more emotion and unpredictability about a Scarlets match than a concert. Music, you can download it; buy the cd or dust off the vinyl. You know the songs but no concert can match the drama and the emotion of say Harlequins away last year. Or, inversely, the stunned surreal feeling of escaping with a last kick (Rhys ) draw away to Zebre, when the team played a bit like a car in limp home mode.
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Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Less injuries in music. Mind you tighter drugs checks in rugby.

I'd rather watch Scarlets than go to see my favourite band live. The crowd and folk you meet at the rugby are much more chatty and likeminded than gig-goers, by and large. There's more emotion and unpredictability about a Scarlets match than a concert. Music, you can download it; buy the cd or dust off the vinyl. You know the songs but no concert can match the drama and the emotion of say Harlequins away last year. Or, inversely, the stunned surreal feeling of escaping with a last kick (Rhys ) draw away to Zebre, when the team played a bit like a car in limp home mode.


However, in concerts everybody wins, there's no losing.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Eastern outpost Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 September 2014 at 8:04pm
Originally posted by Iwlew Iwlew wrote:

Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Less injuries in music. Mind you tighter drugs checks in rugby.

I'd rather watch Scarlets than go to see my favourite band live. The crowd and folk you meet at the rugby are much more chatty and likeminded than gig-goers, by and large. There's more emotion and unpredictability about a Scarlets match than a concert. Music, you can download it; buy the cd or dust off the vinyl. You know the songs but no concert can match the drama and the emotion of say Harlequins away last year. Or, inversely, the stunned surreal feeling of escaping with a last kick (Rhys ) draw away to Zebre, when the team played a bit like a car in limp home mode.

Remind yourself of that when you take your other half to a gig that she's attending just to humour you!

However, in concerts everybody wins, there's no losing.
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Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Less injuries in music. Mind you tighter drugs checks in rugby.

I'd rather watch Scarlets than go to see my favourite band live. The crowd and folk you meet at the rugby are much more chatty and likeminded than gig-goers, by and large. There's more emotion and unpredictability about a Scarlets match than a concert. Music, you can download it; buy the cd or dust off the vinyl. You know the songs but no concert can match the drama and the emotion of say Harlequins away last year. Or, inversely, the stunned surreal feeling of escaping with a last kick (Rhys ) draw away to Zebre, when the team played a bit like a car in limp home mode.


That's the difference for me too. Incredible, incredible day that.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Eastern outpost Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 September 2014 at 8:48pm
My reply to Iwlew is better read with the two paras round the other way!

Have just been reminded that said other half might well continue to remind you about that for years to come, as well
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Originally posted by Iwlew Iwlew wrote:

Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Less injuries in music. Mind you tighter drugs checks in rugby.

I'd rather watch Scarlets than go to see my favourite band live. The crowd and folk you meet at the rugby are much more chatty and likeminded than gig-goers, by and large. There's more emotion and unpredictability about a Scarlets match than a concert. Music, you can download it; buy the cd or dust off the vinyl. You know the songs but no concert can match the drama and the emotion of say Harlequins away last year. Or, inversely, the stunned surreal feeling of escaping with a last kick (Rhys ) draw away to Zebre, when the team played a bit like a car in limp home mode.


However, in concerts everybody wins, there's no losing.

Unless you go to an embrace gig
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Watching BBC4 now and hearing Rick Wakeman reminds me of the story he told about Yes composing one of their albums. They'd decided to hide away in a French Chateau and compose the next masterwork.

Working and playing hard, they enjoyed the red wine plenty. After a while, they noticed that the bottles had changed and suddenly the band had a wine label named after them.

They were touched by this gesture and said so. in reply, the maitre d' said, "Oh M'sieur, c'est normal after drinking 2,000 bottles"!

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(1)Sunday dinner more important than both of them !!! oh ye and Creme Brulee for pudding!!
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The music would have to go its all been crap since Abba split up.
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Originally posted by bazlewis bazlewis wrote:

The music would have to go its all been crap since Abba split up.
as long as they don't play that God awful crap from the early sixties... Bye good that was crap
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not even rugby can slay music, but sport v music? Shocked and what would become of dad dancing?
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Oracle with the amount you drink I should think one music genre sounds very like another.
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