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What Irish bands should play witnness
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02 Apr 2003 05:59 PM
    Listo, Johnny Pyro, Hi rise, Things, Clouded Mouse,Think, Subtonics and Francis Black. What do you think Motherf**ker........
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    03 Apr 2003 05:45 AM
    Colm Quearney, Label, TenSpeedRacer, Tycho Brahe, Martin Finke, Damien Dempsey, Cane 141, Dr Millar......
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    03 Apr 2003 08:19 AM
    I've heard lots of good things about Cane 141 - what are they like? Are they not Scottish or something though??
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    03 Apr 2003 09:56 AM
    dromed... are you in that heineken green energy ad? f**kin class
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    03 Apr 2003 01:07 PM
    Those ads a too funny. Especially the one in the kitchen. 'Your out of the band' 'Wha? Ma!!'
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    03 Apr 2003 05:04 PM
    Yeah, your right, cane 141 are scottish, based out of galway. Top band, i really like them. Hard to describe but very easy to get into to
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    04 Apr 2003 10:59 AM
    Ha ha ha ha ha alas no I'm not in the ads - just as well I think - they're funny though. The lads did an audition for the craic and then shat themselves when they got it - it was make yer mind up time and they decided that by doin it we could fund our next Single/Video/Album so said f*ck it. I just kept asking was there any free booze? Well...have to get yer priorities right eh?
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    04 Apr 2003 12:34 PM
    Respect Duncan, I agree with all of those, throw in King Sativa and you don't need Witness, thats a festival in itself
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    04 Apr 2003 02:33 PM
    #KINGSATIVA - definitely agree with that but Witnness seem to be ignoring them. They are such a festival band. I heard that they're being lined up for a load of European festivals so they might not be available anyway. I also heard Witnness were dumping the rising stage...is it true?
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    05 Apr 2003 10:22 AM
    I reckon they should ask Scribble to play Wittness. Their album is deadly and I say them play an acoustic set in whelans on thursday and they are really tight with great songs. It would be class to see them on the festival stage.
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    05 Apr 2003 01:43 PM
    Rubyhorse!
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    07 Apr 2003 07:55 AM
    I definitely reckon the Subtonics should play along with Jinx Lennon and a bit of Damien Dempsey would'nt go amiss.
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    07 Apr 2003 02:50 PM
    Stoat Warlords of Pez Deputy Fuzz
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    08 Apr 2003 06:50 AM
    Fred and The Citadels and THe Walls
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    08 Apr 2003 09:47 AM
    What are Fred like? I've heard that they're not bad at all, think they're from cork.
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    10 Apr 2003 02:03 PM
    hey whats this i here guiness are not sposoring witness this year, i hope heiniken do it then get the transformers to play, thats the best thing i seen on tv in ages they should make a little film
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    10 Apr 2003 04:07 PM
    Guinness have to be sponsoring it ... they own the trademark on the name.
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    11 Apr 2003 06:38 PM
    Irish bands/acts who should get lots of cash to play s**ttiness: Boxes Daemien Frost Halfset The Tycho Brahe Warlords of Pez Herv Formika Mumblin Deaf Ro The Dudley Corporation Steerage Tracer AMC Holy Ghost Fathers Yakuza The Jimmy Cake Rollers/Sparkers The Chalets Deputy Fuzz Giveamanakick Dinah Brand
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    12 Apr 2003 02:49 PM
    Fred are pretty good - they'rw Cork alright but have played a bit in Dublin recently with the Forward the revolution thingey. You should check them out. Check out another Cork band as well though , Scribble. They are based in Dublin now i think but i've seen them playing in cork. They have an album out and its well good stuff.
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    16 Apr 2003 05:37 PM
    Fred are a cork band alright. THey were playing the Forward the revolution thing around the place.You should check out another Cork band called Scribble though. THey are based in Dublin I think but I've seen them in Cork and they are great. They have an album out as do Fred. Both worth looking into.
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