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« Reply #120 on: September 30, 2012, 11:06:28 »
Thank you, dear fans ;)
I know I can't be disappointed with them. If there's a guest I'm afraid Lacrimosa plays one hour less, for example.
The fact is too, that I've a little bit switched off the band's discography after the disappointment of "Fassade". But Lacrimosa has always been in my heart during all the 2000s, thanks to all the support during the bad moments in my past life, all the happiness and the passion I can feel when I listen to "Elodia", "Stille" or "Inferno"... All these deep feelings in the 90s.
So, I begin again to take an interest in last albums, and I can discover many masterpieces, in the pure Lacrimosa tradition.

Well you have relieved me, and now I can prepare my trip from Marseille, as soon as I have my ticket.

Cheers !

:) welcome :)
And good to see you found your interest in Lacrimosa back then :) wish you a lot of fun with planning your trip ;)
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« Reply #121 on: September 30, 2012, 11:36:46 »
By the way: Dunno if that was the case at the previous concerts already, but in Dresden they had "Resistance" of Muse playing in the background before the concert. Kinda fits to the Revolution theme.  ;D

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« Reply #122 on: September 30, 2012, 11:39:11 »
Everyone - thank you very-very much for the reports, pics and videos! I read and watch them all with great interest... Thank you for sharing your memories and impressions! :D

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« Reply #123 on: September 30, 2012, 12:21:49 »
By the way: Dunno if that was the case at the previous concerts already, but in Dresden they had "Resistance" of Muse playing in the background before the concert. Kinda fits to the Revolution theme.  ;D
Oooooh, so great, LOOOVE that song!! :D
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« Reply #124 on: September 30, 2012, 14:27:36 »
They played the whole album, not just the song.  ;)

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« Reply #125 on: September 30, 2012, 15:27:54 »
They played the whole album, not just the song.  ;)
:O omfg I love them xD
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« Reply #126 on: September 30, 2012, 16:56:47 »
By the way: Dunno if that was the case at the previous concerts already, but in Dresden they had "Resistance" of Muse playing in the background before the concert. Kinda fits to the Revolution theme.  ;D

I believe it was just this certain club's decision, nothing to do with the band's request :P But it's really nice of them indeed :}
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« Reply #127 on: September 30, 2012, 19:56:38 »
Don't make me get angry Steff(?) hahaha It will sound awkward but I fell asleep until Lacrimosa started on 2010. And I'm not lying. F*** off w/Icarus and their sh**ty bands. If they will make bands to play at least choose GOOD ONES people! (Lole gets mad) Hahahaha!

Me too... I kept telling the people beside me to wake me up, because I was in the front row and I thought it'd horrible for the support bands to see that there were people sleeping during their performances... So I slept in the minutes between the bands. But I think I slept during the 3rd and 4th band's performances...

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« Reply #128 on: September 30, 2012, 20:05:03 »
I believe it was just this certain club's decision, nothing to do with the band's request :P But it's really nice of them indeed :}

Nope, I think it's the bands' request. If the club would have had the decision, they would have been played something else for this audience. And I know Anne is a big Muse fan.  ;D

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« Reply #129 on: September 30, 2012, 21:12:30 »
Nope, I think it's the bands' request. If the club would have had the decision, they would have been played something else for this audience. And I know Anne is a big Muse fan.  ;D

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« Reply #130 on: October 01, 2012, 01:26:46 »
Me too... I kept telling the people beside me to wake me up, because I was in the front row and I thought it'd horrible for the support bands to see that there were people sleeping during their performances... So I slept in the minutes between the bands. But I think I slept during the 3rd and 4th band's performances...

It's so tempting to do this when the performing band isn't pleasant to one's taste. I have almost fell asleep before or just stand there like-> ._.

And then an annoying photographer might be like "SMILE"  ::)


Hmm I kind of like the idea of a poetry slam between sets. I wouldn't mind hearing one at Koln but I'd need translation.




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« Reply #131 on: October 01, 2012, 05:52:35 »
Nope, I think it's the bands' request. If the club would have had the decision, they would have been played something else for this audience. And I know Anne is a big Muse fan.  ;D

Then it must've been only there :P They didn't play it before either gig in Poland, don't know about Vienna though...
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« Reply #132 on: October 01, 2012, 08:17:16 »
Then it must've been only there :P They didn't play it before either gig in Poland, don't know about Vienna though...

no, nothing before the gig in Vienna ...
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« Reply #133 on: October 01, 2012, 09:02:31 »
It's so tempting to do this when the performing band isn't pleasant to one's taste. I have almost fell asleep before or just stand there like-> ._.

And then an annoying photographer might be like "SMILE"  ::)


Hmm I kind of like the idea of a poetry slam between sets. I wouldn't mind hearing one at Koln but I'd need translation.

hahaha you made me laugh there :) thank you *hugs*

And yeah, the idea of a poetry slam is nice...I'd be delighted to offer you my translation skills there hehehe :D for free that is ;)


Then it must've been only there :P They didn't play it before either gig in Poland, don't know about Vienna though...
no, nothing before the gig in Vienna ...

I don't really recall what they played, but as far as I remember it was a mixture of everything ... all I know is that during the break there was this huge clock-sound like I remember from when I was at my grandfathers and uncles place (who had their home stewed with big clocks) and I thought "aaaaaaah, make that stop! no timing around here!" hahaha
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« Reply #134 on: October 01, 2012, 10:03:48 »
I don't really recall what they played, but as far as I remember it was a mixture of everything ... all I know is that during the break there was this huge clock-sound like I remember from when I was at my grandfathers and uncles place (who had their home stewed with big clocks) and I thought "aaaaaaah, make that stop! no timing around here!" hahaha

yeah, i remember that clock-sound as well, but i don't remember hearing anything at all before the concert started  ;D  maybe because i was too excited to hear anything else, lol  ;D
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