The twenty first gig I can remember going to

Click here for a complete list of entries in the series  “the first 23 gigs I can remember going to”. 21. Skinny Puppy plus comedian. Fulham Greyhound, 21st May 1988. This was a really sunny day, so a bit of drinking outside the venue was called for. I can’t remember much about the Greyhound  except it was …

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the twentieth gig I can remember going to

Click here for a complete list of entries in the series  “the first 23 gigs I can remember going to”. I’d busied myself assembling a collection of virtually everything Psychic TV had ever done. Working back from the psych-pop of “Godstar” and the eclectic Live Albums Series to classic albums like “Force The Hand of Chance” …

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the sixteenth gig I can remember going to

Click here for a complete list of entries in the series  “the first 23 gigs I can remember going to”. 16. Suicide, Spacemen 3, Into A Circle, 999. Town & Country Club, 13th December 1987. It was cold. Sign on the door of the T&C: “Unfortunately 999 will not be appearing tonight”. The general consensus in the …

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the fifteenth gig I can remember going to

Click here for a complete list of entries in the series  “the first 23 gigs I can remember going to”. I ended up signing on at the local Higher Education College to study for ‘A’ Level resits a year later. Having done a round of visits to Universities and Polys I’d had a taste of student life …

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the fourteenth gig I can remember going to

Click here for a complete list of entries in the series  “the first 23 gigs I can remember going to”. 14. Alien Sex Fiend, Psychic TV, Steven Wells. Hackney Empire, 30 September 1987. Doing our bit for Biafra. Jello Biafra. This was a benefit for the Dead Kennedys’ No More Censorship Defence Fund – the group …

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