[Trash-talk] Franz Ferdinand @ the Wiltern (review, NGR)

xshirleyxvixenx *~* shirleyvixen at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 8 04:43:09 PDT 2004

Sorry I have to comment again... after actually reading the review ;)

I don't actually think that Alex and Bob are gay... not that it matters but 
I didn't think they were... Actually of course it matters, I'm hoping that 
Alex will come and run away with me after the show at Le Festival 
Inrockruptibles... well, we shall see

Sorry I'm rambling now...


believe it, i need it, i feel intoxicated
i love it, i want it, dont make me leave you for it

for a long time i was in love
not only in love
i was obsessed

ive got to make a point these days
to extricate myself
AIM: paranoidsupervix

>From: "Michel Rijkels" <michelrijkels at hotmail.com>
>To: <trash-talk at tcp.com>
>Subject: Re: [Trash-talk] Franz Ferdinand @ the Wiltern (review, NGR)
>Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 07:59:04 +0200
>Yeah, Franz Ferdinand rulezzzzz!!!!! Glad you enjoyed it.
>*You're dancing like a beautiful dance whore*
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "blisteringheat" <blisteringheat at earthlink.net>
>To: <trash-talk at tcp.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 12:25 AM
>Subject: [Trash-talk] Franz Ferdinand @ the Wiltern (review, NGR)
> > I believe I have seen the future, and it's spelled Franz Ferdinand. Ok
> > maybe a little overly dramatic, but after the performance they put on 
> > night you'll just have to forgive me. Playing the second of two sold out
> > L.A. area engagements, FF absolutely tore up the stage at the Wiltern
> > Theatre. I was in a pissed off mood when they came out b/c I had just
> > watched the Lakers get their asses handed to them, but less than ten
> > minutes later I had forgotten all about it. The Scottish quartet mixes
> > quite a few styles, including '70s guitar rock, '70 disco and funk, and
> > early '80s new wave. The crowd was as excited and energetic as any I've
> > seen in  a while. Unlike the Yeah Yeah Yeahs show I had seen recently at
> > the Henry Fonda where 90% of the sold out KROQ audience was just waiting
> > around for Maps, these kids knew every fucking lyric to every fucking 
> > on the entire FF album. The band was quite obviously amused by all this. 
> > couple months ago they were playing the Troubadour, and shortly before
> > they were practically unknown around here except for some European
> > Now here they were selling out two good sized venues in L.A. and 
> > getting the usually laid back audience to dance like it was 1978. Their
> > faces all seemed to have the same expression: "Holy fucking shit!" And 
> > girls in the audience couldn't care less that the band's two frontmen 
> > obviously gay, as they shrieked and howled whenever one of them would 
> > near. I believe the band played their entire album plus a couple other
> > songs. They sounded excellent and had tremendous energy throughout the
> > My only annoyance is with myself for not going to both shows. I won't 
> > that mistake again.
> >
> > **** out of ****
> >
> > pongo
> >
> >
> >
> > ********************
> > when did i get perverted
> > i can't remember your name
> > i'm growing introverted
> > you touch my hand but it's not the same...
> >
> >
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