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AC/DC - Live at Donnington 1992
Acdc didn't play Donington in 92 or release a live album of that name.
They did release the Live album recorded on the Razors edge tour with some songs from Donington also a few songs from the Glasgow gig I was at.
 

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I listened to a Joy Division live album from 1980 today.Hate to say it but it's a bit ropey.I saw them support the Buzzcocks in 79 and they were terrific.They actually play much better live on Still.Reading reports of the latest live gigs of New Order playing with the Pet Shop Boys over in the States.Somebody here said they were going.Reports I've read are saying the P.S.B.'s were better than N.O.?
 

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This looks good.
Went to see it at imax.
What a terrible disappointment.
Someone given full access to all the bowie estate material and they managed to fuck it up.
I honestly think I could have done a better job.
Graphically shit
Repetitive
Artsy bollocks.
Great shame as we may never get another definitive bowie documentary
 

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Went to see it at imax.
What a terrible disappointment.
Someone given full access to all the bowie estate material and they managed to fuck it up.
I honestly think I could have done a better job.
Graphically shit
Repetitive
Artsy bollocks.
Great shame as we may never get another definitive bowie documentary
Interesting the hear your opinion on this.
I was looking forward to seeing it as well !
I'll still go.
Mark Kermode the film critic was raving about it...just shows you how people see things differently.
 

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Interesting the hear your opinion on this.
I was looking forward to seeing it as well !
I'll still go.
Mark Kermode the film critic was raving about it...just shows you how people see things differently.
Yip
I posted on a forum here and got pelters.
Like I wasn’t a bowie fan. (Probably a tourist).
I think folk have got caught up in denial as they (as did I) wanted it to be brilliant.
Please post your thoughts after you see it.
There was virtually no material I had not already seen.
 
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Went to see it at imax.
What a terrible disappointment.
Someone given full access to all the bowie estate material and they managed to fuck it up.
I honestly think I could have done a better job.
Graphically shit
Repetitive
Artsy bollocks.
Great shame as we may never get another definitive bowie documentary
Thanks for that Barney.
There are so many poor music documentaries especially the ones with the endless talking heads.

Speaking of Bowie I have recently come into possession of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust without the Spiders from Mars on it.
It's basically the isolated Bowie vocal track(s).
I've just listened to it. A bit dry but for a music anorak or Bowie aficionado it's an interesting listen. I might try and accompany him on guitar at the weekend.
 
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Motorhead - Stage Fright
Iron Maiden - Rock In Rio
AC/DC - Live at River Plate
Europe - Almost Unplugged (some brilliant covers of UFO and Thin Lizzy amongst their own songs)
 

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Acdc didn't play Donington in 92 or release a live album of that name.
They did release the Live album recorded on the Razors edge tour with some songs from Donington also a few songs from the Glasgow gig I was at.
You’re right - I meant when they played the Monsters of Rock festival in 1991.
 

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Thanks for that Barney.
There are so many poor music documentaries especially the ones with the endless talking heads.

Speaking of Bowie I have recently come into possession of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust without the Spiders from Mars on it.
It's basically the isolated Bowie vocal track(s).
I've just listened to it. A bit dry but for a music anorak or Bowie aficionado it's an interesting listen. I might try and accompany him on guitar at the weekend.
Try Life On Mars. That's a cinch to strum along with... 😵‍💫🤯
 

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Try Life On Mars. That's a cinch to strum along with... 😵‍💫🤯
I have a book of the songs but I usually just go on a song chord site and destroy the songs from there.
Usually ends up sounding something like Jimmy Pursey plays Bowie. An 'orrible noise.
 

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I have a book of the songs but I usually just go on a song chord site and destroy the songs from there.
Usually ends up sounding something like Jimmy Pursey plays Bowie. An 'orrible noise.
what a Sham.
 

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Went to see it at imax.
What a terrible disappointment.
Someone given full access to all the bowie estate material and they managed to fuck it up.
I honestly think I could have done a better job.
Graphically shit
Repetitive
Artsy bollocks.
Great shame as we may never get another definitive bowie documentary
That's a shame. Love anything Bowie related. Looked promising.
 
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