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    • Thanks, this is one of the few places I can use my recollections about 80's & 90's hard rock.  If I can help someone out a bit all the better.
    • Yeah, PIP the song is probably my favorite of theirs, so I was happy to hear that. I guess it's hard for them to go back and play a setlist they were playing 10 or 15 years ago (that time is probably smack bang in the timeframe when they were split up) Personally I would have loved to have heard about Joey playing solo stuff in a small pub the following night. 
      that would have been killer.
    • haha, i went to the Rugby once.
      once.
    • We're just going to Phuket for a week.
      Couple of my kids will be there then also, but we'll mostly avoid them
      I've been a couple of times before so there is less need to get out and see everything. Forced sitting on the beach or by the pool.

      I travel a lot for work overseas, so this is the first really relaxing break for a while.
      Although I'll be looking at some work stuff in my time there anyway.Timing was that late last year Jetstar has a deal on which made it less than $300 return each, so we just picked a date. We're lucky as we are self employed we can travel when we like which we probably don't appreciate enough. I was actually talking about Philippines as an option for something next year and apparently there is a big crackdown on drugs there which is kinda dangerous. I don't watch the news anymore so I know little about that. usually a storm in a teacup though I find.
    • I don't really look to cold hard truths for humour, but whatever floats your boat, mate.
    • Nice. Where are you going in Thailand? We're heading up to a similar part of the world - up to the Phillipines, on islands around Cebu. Also heading out on the 14th.  Is the timing purposeful for you too, to escape that little bit of our shitty winter?
    • Nice. Thanks heaps for the rundown and pics. Interesting setlist. Definitely less songs that I'd like to hear than ones I'd rather not hear. Good sportsmanship for them to do such a long set too.  I would love to see the stuff from OOTW & PIP but it looks like they were few and far between.
    • Yep. The 'Gravity' EP is my favourite from them, and the most rock orientated one. 'In Our Bones' is more along this real pop rock kind of route, but still a nice album.  
    • Most (hard) rock albums since about 1986 or so have a great drum sound... except Vega's last two. Few of my faves are that Firehouse album, Ratt's 'Detonator' and Treat's 'Organized Crime'... amongst a million others.
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