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The Thrash Hits Podcast 006: The Art of the Perfect Gig

July 18th, 2012

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It’s been a little longer than normal between podcasts, and it’s for one simple reason – we’ve been to so many gigs since the last podcast that we simply haven’t found the time to be in the same room for long enough to record an episode. Handily, that’s the inspiration for the main topic of conversation on this week’s episode – just what is it that makes a gig great?

Did any of the gigs we’ve been too recently – including Faith No More, Pearl Jam, Baroness, Monuments, Kerouac and Sacred Mother Tongue to name but a few – made the grade as “classic” gigs? Raz and Hugh debate this question, as well as going over their all-time favourite shows.

The Thrash Hits Podcast 006: The Art of the Perfect Gig

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Is Eddie Vedder Batman?

June 25th, 2012

Is Eddie Vedder Batman? A clue on his guitar plectrum

This is a very important issue. With The Dark Knight Rises hitting cinemas across the UK on 20 July 2012, has Eddie Vedder revealed himself to be Batman? There’s a big clue on the guitar plectrums he’s been using on Pearl Jam’s current sojourn across the country.

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Album: Stone Temple Pilots – Stone Temple Pilots

May 28th, 2010

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Stone Temple Pilots
Atlantic Records
24 May 2010

by Andy Parker

March 27th 2008. After a 40 minute wait, in true egocentric rock’n’roll style, Velvet Revolver finally took to the stage at the Brighton Centre for what proved to be their final performance, and this reviewer’s eyes bore witness to something quite magical. Sadly, Velvet Revolver was a short-lived fairytale, one that ended with yet another stay in the state pen from front man Scott Weiland, and his subsequent departure from VR to reunite with his real family – Stone Temple Pilots.

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