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About Gibbo

  • Rank
    Playing Madison Square Gardens
  • Birthday 06/15/1969

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    Hockley, Essex (UK)
  • Interests
    Rugby, music (everything from Prog to Black Metal), going to concerts (when I can afford it!), cinema, books, drawing (when I get time), my kids, fine dining, philosophical debate, etc.

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  • Favorite Band
    Iron Maiden / Cradle of Filth
  • Favorite CD
    Can I have more than one?
  1. W.A.S.P.: Inside The Electric Circus W.A.S.P.: The Headless Children Candy: Rough Garage Demos
  2. Gary Numan: Savage Sam Riggs and The Night People: Outrun The Sun
  3. Genesis: Invisible Touch Genesis: Calling All Stations Steve Earle: Copperhead Road Chris Rea: The Road To Hell
  4. A couple of days off ... Cinderella: Live Train To Heartbreak Station The Rainmakers: The Rainmakers Lion: Trouble In Angel City Thin Lizzy: Rockpalast, 1981 Bigg Mouth: Bigg Mouth The Dead Daisies: The Dead Daisies Vain: On The Line Coney Hatch: 4 MasterCastle: On Fire Mob Rules: Ethnolution AD Labyrinth: Timeless Crime EP Seth James: Not That Kind Of Man Blue Oyster Cult: The Curse Of The Hidden Mirror American Minor: American Minor UFO: Classic Airwaves (Record Plant, 1975) Genesis: Invisible Touch
  5. Ratt: Invasion Of Your Privacy Baton Rouge: Shake Your Soul
  6. I'm seeing Fish on Dec 17th. Should be epic. The whole of Clutching..... The first time I saw Marillion was on the 'Clutching ...' tour - I'm VERY excited about seeing the whole album played through ...
  7. Robert Plant: Manic Nirvana Robert Plant: Now And Zen Robert Plant: Fate Of Nations Jimmy Page/Robert Plant: No Quarter
  8. Thanks, guys - feeling a whole lot better now! Once or twice a month, I go to see my eldest son, so I'll get the chance to listen to maybe six or seven CDs in the car (more, if they don't hold my interest) ... but pretty much everything I listen to is 'older' material (usually stuff that has been sitting around for a while, that I just haven't got around to playing.) Gone are the days when I'd be buying every single in every format by a favourite band!
  9. ... how the hell do you guys (and girls) find the time to listen to/keep up with all these bands? I read through the various topics, with every intention of checking out some of this stuff ... then I find that we're six months down the line, one of the bands has split up, another one has released two more albums and another has spawned six side-projects and a TV series ... and I've missed it all! Okay, so I appreciate that my advanced age, ridiculous number of kids and inability to use earphones/earplugs (long story) doesn't help but, seriously ... do you people never sleep?
  10. So, Ginger Wildheart pulled his show after being hospitalised following an 'altercation' at a gig in Ireland ... *rolls eyes* Off to Mammoth Fest next month (with JamesEagle) - we're going on the Friday night (the 'Black Metal' night), so I'm not expecting lush harmonies and catchy choruses October 18th - Gary Numan. October 31st - Justin Currie (former Del Amitri frontman.) November 3rd - Paradise Lost. November 10th - Cradle Of Filth. December 19th - Fish.
  11. I haven't seen W.A.S.P. for years, but all the reviews I've read suggest that I'm not missing anything ...
  12. Must admit, I was a bit shocked to read that Tobe Hooper had passed away on Saturday ... loved both 'Poltergeist' and 'Lifeforce' ...
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