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carmelo said in 29 Aprile, 2010 at 21:41

Sempiternal interest la Lady con la coda…..salutami i miei che ti saluto i tuoi melo

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B16 said in 30 Aprile, 2010 at 00:27

grandi…gorillaz!

Gorillaz made their live return to the UK tonight (April 29), joined onstage in London by a host of guests from across their three albums.

Despite the global nature of their collaborations, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett were able to recruit the likes of Bobby Womack, De La Soul, Shaun Ryder and Super Furry Animals’ Gruff Rhys to Camden’s Roundhouse

Taking to the stage to the intro to this year’s ‘Plastic Beach’, accompanied by a series of Jamie Hewlett’s visuals, which paced the whole show, the Gorillaz band – including The Clash’s Mick Jones and Paul Simonon, both sporting sailors hats, on guitar and base – were joined by strings (also in nautical attire) and backing singers as they kicked off with ‘Welcome To The World Of The Plastic Beach’, with Snoop Dogg’s rap delivered via a specially commissioned video.

Albarn, who began the gig on keyboards, then took centre stage, leading vocals on ‘Demon Days’ track ‘Last Living Souls’, before returning to the back of the stage for ‘O Green World’ and then taking up a guitar for ‘On Melancholy Hill’.

The collective then introduced their first guests of the night, as Mos Def and Womack took to the stage to loud applause for ‘Stylo’.

Albarn was back throwing himself about for ‘Rhinestone Eyes’, then after chilling out on ‘Broken’, he was then joined by singer Little Dragon for ‘Empire Ants’.

Bootie Brown then made an appearance rapping on ‘Dirty Harry’, before the Syrian National Orchestra were brought out for ‘White Flag’ with Kano and Bashy supplying vocals after an extended intro.

De La Soul then made their first appearance of the night, sharing the stage with Gruff Rhys for ‘Superfast Jellyfish’, they were followed by Shaun Ryder and the ‘real life’ Noodle, singer Rosie Wilson for a crowd pleasing version of ‘Dare’.

‘Glitter Freeze’ was performed next without The Fall’s Mark E Smith – though he is expected for the gig at the same venue tomorrow – while after ‘El Mañana’, soul legend Womack returned for a moving rendition of ‘Cloud Of Unknowning’, which he ended by thanking the crowd, the first person to speak during the gig.

Briefly leaving the stage, Gorillaz returned with Mos Def kicking of the encore on a pounding version of ‘Sweepstakes’.

Little Dragon was then back to duet with Albarn on ‘To Binge’, while De La Soul were out in force for a riotous version of ‘Feel Good Inc’.

The group then rounded the show off with a bass heavy version of first album track and former single ‘Clint Eastwood’, waving to the crowd as they left the stage after the song’s climax.

Gorillaz played:

‘Orchestra Intro’
‘Welcome To The World Of The Plastic Beach’
‘Last Living Souls’
‘O Green World’
‘On Melancholy Hill’
‘Kids With Guns’
‘Stylo’
‘Rhinestone Eyes’
‘Broken’
‘Empire Ants’
‘Dirty Harry’
‘White Flag’
‘Superfast Jellyfish’
‘Dare’
‘Glitter Freeze’
‘El Mañana’
‘Cloud Of Unknowing’
‘Sweepstakes’
‘To Binge’
‘Feel Good Inc’
‘Clint Eastwood’

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B16 said in 30 Aprile, 2010 at 00:28

…e i miei ascolti settimanali carissimi miei…

Sound of Silver – LCD Soundsystem
This is happening – LCD Soundsystem
I’m new here – Gil Scott-Heron
The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse – Duke Ellington
Glitter and Doom Live – Tom Waits
Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin
Brothers – The Black Keys
Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix – Phoenix
Oblique – Bobby Hutcherson
Black Noise – Pantha du Prince
Fever Ray – Fever Ray
Swim – Caribou
There is love in you – Four Tet
New Amerykah Part 2: The return of the Ankh – Erykah Badu
Cosmogramma – Flying Lotus
One One – Herbert
Junior – Kaki King
Congratulations – MGMT
Tonight: – Franz Ferdinand
The Cosmic Game – Thievery Corporation

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buzzandmusic said in 30 Aprile, 2010 at 09:06

grande il ns b16!!!!!

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