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Old 01-05-2018, 10:31 PM   #9196
A subtle sense of absence
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Originally Posted by Nicklord View Post
There're soooo many levels between pogoing and doing nothing at a gig
So? Doesn't matter if it's jumping up and down, or screaming/singing at the top of my lungs. Both of them detract from my ability to watch and enjoy the show, and frankly make me feel a bit silly.

If people go to the gig to blow off steam, or to get physical, fine, but that's not any more valid than people who want to quietly enjoy the show, either.
My original point being, when moshing/pogoing the entire gig was a thing, people weren't always really enjoying the show the way they wanted to, either, they were just doing what they had to do.
It's better when people are just allowed to be themselves.
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:20 AM   #9197
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Hi!!! I'm new to the forum. I've just siqned up. So I thought I'd introduce myself. Concerning the topic in hand, I'm more used to going to Kasabian gigs. They tend to force you into singalongs. I'm not really that expressive at gigs. So being cajolled into the singalong is something I remember. I don't really like it because I can't sing. I do a sort of shout thing. Being forced to singalong though, surprises you about your own singing ability. I sounded alot better than I thought I would.
What really niggles me though. I have discovered this on my travels. Is the Reading festival/Kasabian choir. I don't know what anyone else thinks about this. Maybe nobody on this thread has heard them. But they, to me. sound far too rowdy. There's something really suspicious about a load of angelic sounding middle-class, young, people singing very loudly; in unison; at two in the morning on a festival campsite; all of their own accord; with no encouragement. All of them seem to be perfectly in sync and of the same mind. So it sounds really eerie.
I don't know about anyone else, but when I hear that choir, I just fear social disorder.

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Old 26-05-2018, 06:48 PM   #9198
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God damnit I was really hoping Resistance was dead for good
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