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Haha - many of my formative memories revolve around great British comedy, mostly in in the 1980s - thanks to my dad and older sister!Fat Bastard said:http://youtu.be/co9yv2NjyWs
A very formative moment in my life, courtesy of the ABC in the early 1980's
Yeah, mate. At the Girlschool gig, every piece of clothing I was wearing was literally rattling against my body & my guts could feel every kick of the bass drum. It wasn't just sound, more a sonic attack.Rocker1986 said:Girlschool, another one of my favourite bands. That must have been a moment to meet Lemmy and Phil and have your jacket signed!
I remember an interview with Angus Young and him saying they (ACDC) thought they were the loudest band in the world until they heard Motorhead. I remember seeing ACDC on their Razors Edge tour and F me it was loud. Ears ringing for about 3 days afterwards, so I can only image how loud Motorhead were. I also remember an interview with Lemmy in which he described how they were drawing so much current for the PA at a gig that they took out a local power sub station haha. RIP Lemmy.MartinOC said:'Saw them live 3 times...
My 1st-ever live gig -1981 at the West Runton Pavillion in UK as the "Classic" 3-piece lineup. 1st gig on the "No Sleep 'til Hammersmith" tour. Never made it to the album... :angry: .
**** ME it was loud!!!!!! But not the loudest gig I ever went to...(that's reserved for Hawkwind/Slade/Girlschool at the UEA Common room) I always wore ear plugs at gigs after that, but I'm still partially deaf.
Ducatiboy stu said:Dave70 will be shattered