as some portions are either missing or destroyed.
Some events were also cancelled.
and unfortunately lost quite a few.
because I won't tell you.
"This midnight screening had people screaming in their seats!
The atmosphere was that of a beach party! Brilliant!"
which didn't sit right with me.
You get tend to get that if Leonard Cohen presents.
Anjani could sense it and didn't like it either.
I called out to her in the silence between songs
which broke the ice of the audience and reassured her
that some of us were having a blast!
Two bottles of red later, we greeted her like long lost friends,
gave her a big hug, and talked about her show well into the night."
"Burning From The Inside" and "Swing The Heartache"live!
I would have to endure a NIN set the following year
just to see Bauhaus play an opening set in sunlight."
In any case and a few short months later,
I would choose NEVER to go to the Horseshoe again."
than one night of Depeche Mode at the ACC.
I went to all three shows in Toronto and met the band
who put me on guest list in Waterloo on November 17th.
Worked perfect too 'cause Bauhaus were playing Toronto on the 16th.
Got up to Waterloo a little early in the evening of the 17th
and decided to grab some dinner at a vegetarian restaurant.
Who should walk in and have dinner right across from us but the band!"
Dylan playing one handed keyboard and me thinking about a throat infection."
hanging above the stage without it going off?
Seemed like a waste of a prop.
This was the last time I would see Marilyn Manson perform."
on the "Republic" tour in the summer of 1993.
This was a new group, performing two nights without Peter Hook.
I don't believe anyone really noticed his absence.
New Order were back!"
I recall a few people up at the front gasping at the sight of David Jo's arms.
Great gig and it was still light out when the show was done."
Did this one alone."
"I met a group called Orgy the same day I met Placebo at MuchMusic.
Although I couldn't stand Orgy's music whatsoever,
I have to admit they were incredibly nice guys.
Brian Molko of Placebo was acting like a little bitch that day
but Stefan Olsdal was very sweet.
We spoke briefly about the Iggy Pop/MuchMusic reference
of my permanent marker sketch which he signed.
A collaboration of sorts."
about the significance behind "Better To Find Out For Yourself"
from her album, "Illuminations."
She then proceeded to perform an impromptu acapella version
with her thighs as percussion.
Some songs you probably won't hear performed live again
with the exception of "Raoul And The Kings Of Spain."
Would be great to hear them rework "Sorry" or better yet,
"Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down) back into their set!"
We couldn't figure out if it was part of the show or some fucked up Tool fan."
could produce music I would enjoy!
Great use of the space on stage!"