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As being discussed on the Official Forum here:
http://www.omd.uk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3828&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

Onetwo are going to open for Erasure on dates in the UK (in September) listed here:
http://www.uponseven.de/hosted/pluswelt/termine/termine_ger.shtml

Looking forward to more show reports and photos.  


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I was completely gobsmacked when I heard about this... and in a VERY excited way! It just so happens that Erasure are playing in my town on my 35th birthday, and hubby was already planning on getting tickets to take me to see them as my pressie!

This news is the cream and cherry on top of the cake for me! I've been thinking over the last month or so that it would be fab to see Onetwo play, Claudia has a beautiful voice, no point in me adding any more of what I think of Paul than you lot will already know  , and their music is fantastic (although Home (tonight) may make me cry hearing it live). Never thought it would happen so soon... if at all!

I AM SO EXCITED!!!  This is going to be one hell of a birthday to remember... I just have to make sure that I have my own camera this time


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Nice 1 and I love Erasure too. Maybe we`ll get a look at those pics eh Airsynths.  



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I'd love to hear Kein Anschlu myself  (I must have a thing for foreign language pop) - if only to hear the thunderclap at the end.  So dramatic!  

I wonder if they will play Sister.  Now that one brings me to tears.  

Listening to the kind of stuff Paul is doing now makes me drool for the new OMD album even more!


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You know, I still haven't got the One/Two album yet....... I really must get this.




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Good news for Onetwo..

Used to like Erasure, but there is a thread called worse concert ever, and I am afraid that one of the worse concerts I have ever been too was Erasure!!

I just hope that the Erasure fans do not slate Onetwo before they hear them... Like the some OMD fans slated Lovers Electric before they ever heard them    


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You know, I still haven't got the One/Two album yet....... I really must get this.

Do!  The myspace clips don't do the tracks justice.  Stylistically, to me it seems similar early "ambient" b-sides (Navigation, Sacred Heart, Annex) and a little bit of Listening Pool (but only for one track, Anonymous), but slickier somehow edgier, and even a little darker.  (If it makes a difference, this is coming from someone who heard Item and Instead first, before any b-sides.)

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I just hope that the Erasure fans do not slate Onetwo before they hear them... Like the some OMD fans slated Lovers Electric before they ever heard them

At least they have the advantage of having been known (albeit from other bands) and were popular in the same time period as Erasure.  Perhaps curiosity will overrule prejudice.


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You know, I still haven't got the One/Two album yet....... I really must get this.


I made myself a promise to get it on payday of last month, after hearing the tacks on MySpace... Kept my promise and ordered it. At first I ordered it from HMV, but they were sourcing it from their suppliers, so I went straight to theremusic.com and ordered it direct, plus I ordered the 12" of Kein Anschluss (sorry, don't know how to do those s thingies) and Home So, instead of spending 9.99 on HMV I spent a total of 19.98   I wanted a tee-shirt too, but really couldn't justify it. I'm now waiting impatiently for my goodies to arrive!

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At least they have the advantage of having been known (albeit from other bands) and were popular in the same time period as Erasure.  Perhaps curiosity will overrule prejudice.

I hope you're right. In many respects it seems logical to have Onetwo supporting Erasure. Or is that just my synth loving side taking over because I'll get to see two of my personal fave synths guys in the same night? I think that there's probably enough of an older following of Erasure (yeah, old gits like me) who'll remember Propaganda and OMD from that era to give them a chance. I certainly hope so.

I'm wondering what the audience at Grimsby will be like... for OMD most of them were in the bar while Lover's Electric were on - which I personally think is a shame. I can't help wondering if similar will happen in September? Still, we're likely to be packed out with the Hull and Lincoln fans too. Sounds like there will be a fair number of OMD fans popping along to various shows now the news is out though, so there should be a hardcore contingent at some shows who are there to see - and enjoy - Onetwo. Personally my mind is still boggling from having been told by people who've been before just how gay the audience will be (if you get my drift) Grimsby and Gay are two words that just don't somehow go together!

And it goes without saying that, so long as Mr AirSynths doesn't let me down and I also get my camera back in time, I'll share my photos with you all. And I even have my own webspace now, so no more dodgy sites that don't quite work properly!  


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Oh, and talking of Erasure, we had a bit of a shock when we watched the video for The Circus on YouTube the other day... Grimsby features in it! Quite prominently... and the bridge at the beginning is literally yards from my house!   I cross it everyday!    I think we watched it about 10 times pausing on all the local landmarks!


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Kein Anschluss (sorry, don't know how to do those s thingies)

Hehe.  I cheated and copied it from their myspace site.  I didn't think it would work, but this is one sophisticated site (Thanks Neil!).  Theremusic is really efficient.  I think it only took 10 days from UK to US for my order.

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In many respects it seems logical to have Onetwo supporting Erasure.

Yeah, I think all those synth-pop guys know each other.  Didn't PaulH play on Andy Bell's solo project?

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Sounds like there will be a fair number of OMD fans popping along

We hope!




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Could never really stand erasure, dunno why.......

And that blonde bird from Dollar was so much nicer looking than Andy Bell  

(altogether now: 'Oh l'amour..... ')




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That is one of my all time fave songs! love the Dollar version (yeah...  I had a bit of a crush on David van Day..  ), but I'm afriad that my favourite is the Erasure original. Ironic that most people think of it as a Dollar song (even I sometimes have to catch myself, and I have Wonderland on cassette!)... but as Erasure only made 85 in the UK charts with it while Dollar got to number 7 I suppose that's not a surprise. I confess that I bought Wonderland about a year after it came out, so I originally thought it was a Dollar song covered by Erasure! I first heard it on the Two Ring Circus, but later found out that it was their own song.

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I've got a couple of singles, but I never really got "into" them, although Andy Bell is a very competent singer.  If I had the opportunity to see Onetwo/Erasure, I could see myself slipping away to try to find Claudia and Paul when Erasure took the stage.

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'Oh l'amour.....

Oh great, now I have to go post on that "Song Stuck in My Head" thread!       


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tee hee. My evil plan worked  

Now to brainwash the rest of the world. It will be mineeeeeeeee

Or simply find  'burger' van day and hit him with a stick




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A confession I bought a Dollar 7inch Dancing In The Moonlight  


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I bought most of Erasures early albums (on cassette), can't remember the name of the last album, but think Blue Savannah was the first track. Also bought Oh Lamour 12".



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oh dear oh dear oh dear........




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Well I do love Blue Savannah Song. But cant imagine Neil Dancing in the moonlight.... well maybe when he`s camping Lol.  



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But cant imagine Neil Dancing in the moonlight.... well maybe when he`s camping Lol.  


When he's camping......or when he's "camping it"  




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Neil only dances in the moonlight when there's a full moon...  


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again, too much info.......




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I'll be singing all those tonight (as long as they actually play 'em!)

Blue Savannah is another fave of mine... that was on Wild! It always brings back memories of a cross channel ferry trip returning from my last School Ski Trip... I took The Innocents with me too, but for some reason I played Wild! over and over!

I can't believe how excited I am about this! Unfortunately hubby's not well enough to go with me now, but I have a friend coming instead. I used to work with him at my old employers, and he's literally just left there himself - and he starts working with me at my current employers on Tuesday! The folks in the office gave me a card this morning, and almost every single one told me to have a great time at the gig tonight!  

I travelled light this morning, and am meeting my mate at the Auditorium as soon as I can get there straight from work (I'm leaving work an hour early and getting into town at 5)... wish me luck for getting near the front! Borrowed a camera from work.. it's an old FinePix 1400, so only 1.4 megapixels, but I can get 44 web quality photos, so that'll do for me! Plus I know how to compensate on the exposure etc on it!  I'll post the pics over the weekend... I'm sure I'll be too hyper to do it when I get home tonight!

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Ok .. well have agreat night and of course Happy Birthday !!  


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Great to hear from you!  Have a wonderful time, AirSynths!


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again, too much info.......


You can NEVER have too much info.....

Airsynths - have a fantastic birthday and enjoy the gig..


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Just got back and had a bite to eat... full report to come, but it was a truly fantastic night! Got Andy & Vince to sign my ticket, and had my photo taken with them! WOW!!! (Vince is my number 2 synth god, after guess who!) Didn't get to see Claudia & Paul after though, which was a shame. Never done that sort of thing before!  

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Great stuff... really chuffed for you...


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Glad you had a blast!  Can't wait for full report and pics!       


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What a great way to end a good gig!  Hurry up and post the photos etal!


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  Sorry 'bout the delay, too little sleep on Friday (due to being over excited!) made me end up feeling quite poorly over the weekend, but here's the report!

Hubby and I had decided on Wednesday night that it wouldn't be a good idea for him to come with me to the gig, as he's been having severe leg cramps for a few months now. So I invited a friend of mine to take up my spare ticket. Throughout Thursday and Friday we made our plans via email. I told him Onetwo were supporting, explained who they were (and that I would possibly be an embarassment as I have their album and know most of the songs) and I sent him the link to their MySpace page. First thing he said, even before hearing anything by them, was 'Thank god for that, a decent support band. Usually it's some unknown shite band'!

I asked my boss if I could leave work early and he agreed. So, my friend and I made arrangements to meet at the venue at 5:30 - 2 hours in the queue, but plenty of time to catch up as we haven't seen each other for ages. I left work at 4:15, got back into town at 5:00 and walked up to the venue. I expected it to take a good 25-30 mins to get there, but by 5:15 I'd arrived! There were only about 10 people in front of me, so I was really pleased! I thought we were guaranteed front row... unfortunately I was wrong! Once we moved into the foyer we formed two queues at the entrances. Trust me to pick the wrong one! When our doors opened it became obvious that the others had opened a short while before us. Most of the people on the front row I hadn't even seen in the queue - I was a bit annoyed at that, but I was 2nd row, and right in front of Paul's lovely Roland. So far so good, almost to plan!

I have to admit that I was quite surprised at the set up though. There was a big curtain with a mic stand in the centre of the stage and a Roland with Apple laptop on each side. Only one had a mic, so that was obviously Pauls! But the thing that surprised me was that we could just about see part of the main set poking out from under the curtain, and the curtain was so close to the front of the stage that the front foot of Paul's mic stand was just hanging off the edge of the stage! If I'd been front row I could probably have just about reached over and touched it! And there wasn't much space behind the synths and mics! I know that the Auditorium is a smallish venue, but I had no idea just how small that stage is!

Anyway, there we all were, waiting patiently for things to begin, getting hotter and hotter. I'm sure they put the heating on in that place to try and make everyone buy more drinks! Then the guy who plays live with Claudia and Paul popped on stage putting out water bottles and making sure everything was set up. There was a guy in front and just off to the right of me who'd been to another show this tour who shouted out 'It's Onetwo!'. He popped back off stage, the lights went down, and then he came back out, followed by Claudia and Paul. Poor Claudia nearly tripped over that bit of set I mentioned poking out from under the curtain. But, with a bit of assistance from Paul, she made it safely across - while the audience politely applauded. Paul introduced themselves as Onetwo (no mention of OMD or Propaganda - which is fair enough), said something on the lines of 'Crikey, it's very cramped up here' (which got a laugh, because we were very cramped down there too!) and introduced the first track - Theory of Everything (although he didn't mention the 'Part two' part of the title, but those in the know knew as soon as they started playing). I, being the mad fool I am, cheered really loudly as soon as he finished saying the title - and I think I was almost the only one in the whole place who did!! I'm sure that Paul looked at me, acknowledged me and smiled - almost with a look of regconition (seeing as I was in virtually the same place as when I'd caught his eye with my Air Synths playing back in June!)...  A woman about three across to my right in the front row turned round and said "D'you like this one then?" "Oh yes, it's one of my favourites!" I replied excitedly - I think I'd marked my cards there and then as being there as much to see Onetwo as Erasure! Not that anyone minded - thankfully! Anyway, I sang along to every song off the album, whooped and applauded every intro and every song and bascially probably made a bit of an idiot of myself! But the best was yet to come on that score!

After Theory they moved into Kein Anschluss, the moment the brrs of the telephone started I just smiled broadly and nodded my head. Then Paul introduced Signals, saying "this one's in English" which got a bit of a laugh from everyone. After that it gets a bit hazy for me on the order, but they played (I think in this order) Sequence, Duel (which Paul introduced by saying that with Claudia being from Propaganda it wouldn't be right to not play this one! I think that was the only mention of either one's other bands), Club Country (with Paul explaining that they'd made a promise to play a Billy MacKenzie song everytime they play live this year), Cloud 9 (which got a big cheer for the mention of Martin Gore co-writing it). By the time they played Duel the audience were really getting into their music, and to be honest that probably got the biggest applause after - in fact Claudia actually looked almost embarrassed at how well it had gone down! She really seemed to appreciate the applause. And it was well deserved! She sounded wonderful that night - and better on Duel than I remember it! Oh, and that answered my question about which Propaganda song it was I remembered! I can't remember if they played Vision in the Sky or not, there's a nagging voice in my head saying yes they did, but then there's another voice saying no!

Anyway, by the time they came to the end of the set there was quite a strong 'Noooo!' and 'Ohhhhhh' from the audience, which seemed to really please Paul & Claudia. Paul said "You really are too kind" and continued by introducing their last track, Home and I just shouted at the top of my voice 'YES!' and punched the air! The silence around me at that time was almost deafening! I could've sworn Paul looked straight at me and smiled and I just put my head down looking more than a little embarrassed! A lady two across to my left this time on the front said "I take it you like this one then?" "It's my favourite one on their album" I replied! At one point during their set I'm sure Claudia shot me a look too - and not a bad one, more of an acknowledgement of a fan, a thank you sort of look. And that was it. They were finished and leaving the stage, to great applause from the audience (after having, of course, told the audience they can buy the album from the band's website). It was over all too soon, and a part of me couldn't help wishing that they were the top billing for the night! Claudia had sounded wonderful, Paul had been fantastic on the synths, (and as you'll see from one of my pics he was really feeling the heat too - as he mentioned at one point, to much agreement from the masses!), and the other guy was brilliant on the guitar. I really can't describe how perfect they sounded. Not a single duff note from anyone, and to have the pleasure of hearing all those tracks I love so much from the album live was incredible. If Erasure had been a disappointment I would still have had a wonderful evening!

As Onetwo's kit was being cleared, 'the other guy' (as he's become known) came out to help. He grabbed the laptop on his synth and one end of the synth, and as he and the roadie carried it off I shouted up to him 'You should send Paul out to get his one!'. He just laughed and shook his head with a sort of 'You'll be lucky!' look. I can't believe I let myself go like that - and without the aid of alcohol!

So... after another wait around finally the main part of the show started. And Erasure were phenomenal. I'd only ever seen a live performance on VHS before, 'The Circus' tour. So I had an idea of what to expect, but wondered if they'd really live up to my expectations. Well, this is one person who really wasn't disappointed by anything that night! They were really on form. The show was fantastic. Andy was cracking jokes, the backing singers were beautiful and did their job brilliantly, and Vince was - well... Vince was Vince! He's sort of developed this Kraftwerk non-emotional, non-moving act to a tee. But every so often he does something a bit unexpected - like bringing a can of beer out, and interacting with 'Mint Sauce' (you'll have to watch my video of Oh L'amour to see her!)... and cracking a smile and laughing at something or other as he left the stage for the costume change! Oh, and the costume change was very neat! Personally I loved the music and could've just watched an empty stage without any bother, but they have these video screens and all of a sudden this long message starts appearing on the screens to keep everyone amused! Their set was a nice mix of tracks from the new album and a good selection of the classics to keep fans like me happy! And making me even happier, Vince got the guitar out for Sometimes and one other oldie (can't remember off the top of my head which one!). The audience really enjoyed themselves, it was such a great show. Plenty of sing along moments too.

In the end I took quite a few photos - well, in reality I took about 4 times as many as I got. I was having problems with the borrowed camera again, this time the thing is so old that it's probably on it's last legs. It seemed that I was cursed! Everytime I took a really good photo of Claudia or Paul the damn thing would refuse to save it, and in the end I only have about 5 good ones! That's the problem with having such short time for a support act, and I don't think the lighting helped either! Being so close to the front of the stage, and bearing in mind that the lighting is set up really for the main band, it really wasn't perfect for photography. I was so busy fighting with the damn thing that I didn't think to grab my phone and video anything they played! I seemed to calm down and get my head into gear more for Erasure though, and I recorded clips from Ship of Fools and Blue Savannah for my hubby (they're his two fave Erasure tracks) and I managed to record the whole of Oh L'amour for myself. I'm really quite pleased with those, they're quite steady (bearing in mind that I had to hold my phone in the air to get them, because of avoiding heads in front of me!) and the sound quality is excellent! Hubby watched them on the computer and said he could hear me singing along on Oh L'amour, but only because he knows my voice so well, and we could both make out me whooping at the end of it! I got loads of decent pics of Erasure though, mainly because I'd got to grips with the camera more, and also because the lighting was so much better!

Once the gig was over, after Erasure's single song encore (have to admit that's the first encore I've ever seen with just one song!) of Stop! everyone started filing out. I turned to my friend and said 'Shall we go round to the back door and see if we can get autographs?'. To my amazement he agreed! So, we headed straight for the back doors... I hadn't had time to dig out my tapes of The Innocents and Wild! that morning, so I only had my ticket for Andy & Vince to sign, but I'd also brought my CD of Instead, just in case Paul & Claudia were still there!

I actually had the nerve to go up to one of the security guys and ask if Onetwo were still around! Apparently they'd gone ages ago (which I'd sort of expected). We still stuck around - I texted hubby to say 'We're loitering!'. Then at about 11:20 Andy & Vince came out. There were quite a few people there, and they both made sure that everyone who wanted an autograph and/or photo got what they wanted, and they had a word or two for everyone. I got Andy's auotgraph and photo first, and said something about 'thank you for a great birthday night'. Andy said "Glad you enjoyed it", then I scooted over to Vince and seem to remember garbling something about it being my birthday, how much I'd enjoyed myself that night, and that it was a fantastic show (I know that when I get excited - and I was very excited then - I talk reallyreallyfastlikethis and my native Kent accent comes out more... my Dad always says I sound like a country yokel being played on the wrong speed!) Anyway, Vince obviously got the gist of what I said at least, and said "I'm really glad you enjoyed it, thank you so much for coming to see us". And then after the photo that was it... we headed home. One thing I noticed was that most people were more interested in Andy than Vince,  but me being me was most chuffed at meeting Vince! Ah well... that's us Synths fans for you! lol They're both really nice guys too, they have a lot of time for their fans, and are one of those bands that treat fans with respect.

Got home about midnight, barely ate and barely slept because I was so excited, and I've been on a high ever since! One of my neighbours relatives was round there today when I popped in to see her, and he said "You're still buzzing now! I can tell!" Everyone at work was really chuffed for me too today!

As predicted when I heard Onetwo were supporting, that was definately the best birthday of my life! It could only have been bettered by meeting Paul & Claudia and getting my CD signed!

And so to the photos!

Onetwo:










I'll be putting all my Erasure pics on my own site sometime tomorrow, but until then here's a taster:












And the icing on the cake!








And my videos:
Blue Savannah
Ship of Fools
Oh L'amour (featuring Mint Sauce!)

BTW.. here's a question for all you YouTubers! How the heck do I get my videos in the search results? I put in keywords, a decent description and title, and yet nothing! And someone else has uploaded videos from the same gig, a few hours after me, but theirs appear (tbh theirs are pretty crappy.. camera goes all over the chuffing place!)


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Wow.. many thanks for taking the time and trouble to do this fab post. You did have a wicked time.. Good on you...

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Nice one Ms. Air ...didn't OneTwo do any OMD songs then?


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Fantastic report and pics Airsynths - what a lot of work you put in...





I used to know Andy Bell; he went to a "rival" school in Peterborough, where I grew up; thoughI doubt he'd remember me... I was a quiet little thing in those days, believe it or not!  


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Mark - no, they didn't even mention OMD! I was a little bit surprised at that, if they hadn't done Duel then I wouldn't have thought anything of it. I did wonder, after the event, if there was some sort of deal with AM not to do any OMD now as Onetwo...

Thanks for the kind comments all! I have no idea how long it took me to write all that, but it must've been nearly 2 hours! Thank goodness for Notepad!

And MJB... I don't believe you at all! No way could you have ever been a quiet shy thing!   Actually, you might not believe it, but I'm really a shy quiet person! That's why I'm so surprised at myself! I consider the 'band stalking' after the show to have been my practice run for when OMD next tour   Having managed not to make a total idiot of myself this time, I feel fairly confident I can at least say something coherent if/when I finally meet Andy & Paul!

Still working on putting all the photos on my own site at the mo! But just for a gigglehere's one to show you how bad the lighting for Onetwo was for photography, and how annoying it was for my missing out on good shots (and that bloody laptop was right in the way too!). And here you can see how the whole stage was flooded with a single colour at times. Of course, being very excited and trying not to use the flash with an old camera doesn't help!


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And MJB... I don't believe you at all! No way could you have ever been a quiet shy thing!   Actually, you might not believe it, but I'm really a shy quiet person! That's why I'm so surprised at myself! I consider the 'band stalking' after the show to have been my practice run for when OMD next tour   Having managed not to make a total idiot of myself this time, I feel fairly confident I can at least say something coherent if/when I finally meet Andy & Paul!




Honest!  

I was bullied at school ( hate admitting that) so I blended into the background to keep myself away from them as much as possible. As age brings confidence, here I am now... and getting married helped too...  




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And here you can see how the whole stage was flooded with a single colour at times.
Is Claudia wearing THE patent leather red shoes with coordinating ribbon-tie front?  I think those are getting quite famous!  



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Mark - no, they didn't even mention OMD! I was a little bit surprised at that, if they hadn't done Duel then I wouldn't have thought anything of it. I did wonder, after the event, if there was some sort of deal with AM not to do any OMD now as Onetwo...


Ok thanks Air .. also for the pics.
Who's the guy on the 'axe' ??


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No idea! Hoping someone else can tell me who he is! He was good though... not quite Martin Gore on Cloud 9, but bloody close!

Oh Neil!!!  Did you have to make those so visible!!! I'm really pissed at the bottom one, if that had been steady it would've been a really nice photo! But you can tell from it that they were really enjoying themselves (although they may have just been laughing at the nutter  )


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No idea! Hoping someone else can tell me who he is!

According  his name is James Watson.


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Ok.. well, now I can call him by his name instead of 'The Other Guy'   He was good!


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I like Erasure, but have to admit, I really don't like Onetwo.....  


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