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Posted 2006-06-08 10:44 AM (#3264)
Subject: Manchester and Wolverhampton
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Hey slamboarders,

Just got back about an hour ago from Wolverhampton, thought i'd quickly share my experiences before I rush off to Download (busy week!)

Manchester - We managed to stay crushed up to the barrier throughout the whole show, was nearly dead by the end of it! Hanoi Rocks were fantastic, with Andy McCoy showing some stereotypical rockstar behaviour to say the least! Mike put on a fantastic performance and it was a real good warm up to the boys, TS were announced by Danny and gave an awesome performance, was good to see the likes of Captain Howdy in there, AJ's drum solo was just incredible, complete with strobe lighting really made it great. The Manchester crowd ere probably the most lively i've seen for this band, and came with quite a few crowd surfers!

Wolverhampton - Sat back and enjoyed the show away from the crushing pain of being front row this time, again Hanoi opened well, with Andy immediately falling flat on his back! Twisted Sister gave another fantastic show, with Dee deciding again to replace the words 'we're not gonna take it' with 'fuck fuck fuck fu fuck you' this raised a few smiles from the rest of the band, the crowd looked great, I saw a few slamboarders up front

Got a few pics from Manchester, will post them up after the festival

All that remains to say is hiya to all the slamboarders we met over the last few days, was good to put some names to faces. and also thankyou to Danny and the boys for a great couple of shows and good luck in Finland and Spain, can't wait until next time


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