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I'm sorry for all unanswered mails, myspace messages/comments and all other contact attempts by members from this site and I don't really have an excuse - just absolute, already close to insanity kind of laziness!

I haven't been online much, but now that I'll be shortly leaving this country for a year to go somewhere, where the booze is expensive, the days are short and where it should never have more than 25°C (let's thank mother nature for the beauty of cold climate!)...

...I thought it's time to drop in a message again!

I hope all those who'll go will have a great time at Wasted (don't forget to pack in the sun cream) and that the Earthbound-weekers will be as happy as I would be if I'd see the wonderful Boys sharing a stage with the none the less wonderful well-I-don't-have-to-mention-the-name-of-the-great-man-here-do-i- (in other words: extremely happy).

I hope you're all doing fine and well, see ya later,
Lari (and for the one and only TJ: Tigger  :mrgreen: )

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World Chat / Jeff Creep...
« on: June 02, 2005, 07:18:56 AM »
... is another year older again!  8O (don't ask how old... verrrrry old  :wink: )

Happy Birthday!!!

however, I just wanted to mention that...  :roll:

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World Chat / Johnny Ramone dies aged 55
« on: September 16, 2004, 09:12:32 AM »
Johnny Ramone loses cancer fight



Johnny Ramone, guitarist in punk band The Ramones, has died at the age of 55 following a long fight against cancer.
He passed away at his Los Angeles home on Wednesday afternoon, surrounded by his friends and family, his publicist confirmed.

Ramone, whose real name was John Cummings, had been battling prostate cancer for five years.

He will be cremated at a private service on Thursday, and a public tribute is being organised.

Johnny Ramone is the third member of the seminal band to die in the past few years, leaving Tommy Ramone as the only surviving member of the original line-up.

Singer Joey Ramone, whose real name was Jeff Hyman, died in 2001 from lymphatic cancer.

Bass player Dee Dee Ramone, real name Douglas Colvin, died of a drug overdose the following year.

News of Johnny's cancer fight emerged in June when he was admitted to the Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles for an infection related to the illness.

There was optimism that he would recover after beginning an experimental therapy treatment.

He died in his sleep during Wednesday afternoon.

Among those at his bedside were his wife Linda Cummings and friends Eddie and Jill Vedder and Rob and Sherrie Zombie.

Writing his memoirs

Also there for his final moments were Lisa Marie Presley, actress Talia Shire, director Vincent Gallo and musician Pete Yorn.

A cancer research fundraiser was held on Sunday to mark The Ramones 30th anniversary, with performances from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Henry Rollins.

During the gig a letter written by Johnny was read out to the crowd by host Rob Zombie, who then telephoned him at his home live on stage.



Johnny had been working on his memoirs with the aid of Washington Post reporter Steve Miller, telling of his experiences being in one of history's most influential rock bands.

The Ramones, who had hits with I Wanna Be Sedated and Blitzkrieg Bop, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.

The band formed in 1974, with all the members taking the Ramone surname, quickly building up a cult following.

Although they were never commercially successful, their unique sound helped shape rock music and are often cited as inspirations to new generations of musicians.


Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/entertainment/3661434.stm

Published: 2004/09/16 07:04:01 GMT

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World Chat / Of World Cup Football Qualifications and Falling Goliaths
« on: September 05, 2004, 07:32:08 AM »
Austria - Enland
           2:2

And if you'd seen the faces of the English players you know that we actually won the game




Sorry to all the English people who kept their fingers crossed yesterday, but I'm not used to such results... we haven't made 2 goals in a game in ages and nobody expected any little chance against England...


 :mrgreen:

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TV Live / TV's Xmas Bloody Xmas 2004 Continental Tour
« on: August 15, 2004, 06:04:20 PM »
Time to take a look at the dates and to ask:
Who's going? Any plans so far?
 
    Tue 05 Oct 04 VIENNA - Chelsea  
    Wed 06 Oct 04 GRAZ - Juz Explosiv    
    Thu 07 Oct 04 BRATISLAVA - Babylon Music Club  
    Fri 08 Oct 04 STEYR - Röda  
    Sat 09 Oct 04 ST. PÖLTEN - Warehouse  
    Wed 03 Nov 04 ESSEN - Cafe Nova  
    Thu 04 Nov 04 HAMBURG - Knust  
    Fri 05 Nov 04 KIEL - Alte Meierei  
    Sat 06 Nov 04 BERLIN - Wild At Heart  
    Sun 07 Nov 04 CHEMNITZ - Bunker Club  
    Mon 08 Nov 04 KASSEL - K19  
    Tue 09 Nov 04 NIEDERBRECHEN - Bistro 108  
    Wed 10 Nov 04 KARLSRUHE - Mikado  
    Thu 11 Nov 04 HORB/MÜHRINGEN - Cafe AmErika  
    Fri 12 Nov 04 JÜLICH - KuBa  
    Sat 13 Nov 04 DÜSSELDORF/RATINGEN - Lux  
    Fri 26 Nov 04 MARSBERG - Schützenhalle (Diemelkult-Festival)  
    Sat 27 Nov 04 DÜSSELDORF - Stone im Ratinger Hof  

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TV Live / Graz???
« on: July 22, 2004, 04:37:12 PM »
I don't get much sleep at the moment, travelling around a lot - so tell me if I'm already completly crazy... is there written: tour dates - vienna chelsea > graz - tba > leoben - somewhere :?:  :!:  :?:

If so, I'll personally take care that there's a red carpet and a lot of people in Graz  :!:  :!:  :!:

Sarah, who's absolutely shocked right now  8O  8O  8O

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World Chat / Goodbye
« on: July 11, 2004, 07:19:42 PM »
I'm leaving tomorrow for England and as the TUTS-mafia is already waiting for me to do justice I'm not sure if I'll ever return

But what's for sure is that I'll be offline for 3 weeks and when I'll return there are hopefully some dates for gigs in Austria...



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TV Live / Wasted Warm-Up in London
« on: June 30, 2004, 05:24:53 PM »
Do you think it is necessary to buy a ticket for the gig or will there be one available at the door? Because I still don't own a credit card...  :?

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Bugs & Tips / New Members
« on: April 22, 2004, 06:55:52 PM »
Has anyone checked the www-adresses of some of the new forum-members? Don't wanna be a killjoy, but Homer, Gary-gardenpath and LDS-james lead more or less to the same page (maybe I can't appreciate that because I'm no big fan of jewelry) and the links from 265 - 267 seem to be very strange as well, but my favourite is: http://www.passyourtest.com/ - I'm not sure if something like that is legal in Europe... :roll:

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World Chat / beatsteaks
« on: March 18, 2004, 03:58:43 PM »
I wanna introduce to all the non-German people here a great band from Berlin, who just published their 4th regular album called 'Smacksmash' (distributed by Epitaph) including also a song about Joe Strummer and some other great stuff


Furthermore they'll play 2 shows in England:

02.04.2004  London - Islington Academy
03.04.2004  Manchester - Academy 3


AND... (what surprised me most): they have www.tvsmith.com in their linklist :!:

For more information go to http://www.beatsteaks.com

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World Chat / questions over questions...
« on: February 18, 2004, 10:46:49 PM »
I need a new amp which should:

    have good sound
    be loud enough(rehearsing room/perhaps also small gigs),
    reliable
    and cheap


but I'm afraid that this is impossible, isn't it???
any advice for me???



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TV Live / German Xmas Bloody Xmas 2003 Tour in sight...
« on: November 25, 2003, 06:08:29 PM »
... so who will be where? Any chances of a meeting???

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World Abused / WARNING for all tuts
« on: June 15, 2003, 04:13:30 PM »
sooner or later i will send some photos of some german tuts i've made during the last tour to klaus (kaenga, loki, sloopy, uli and js) - any objections arising NOW OR NEVER!
i give you a week to think about it :D but no need to worry - you're all looking great :!:

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World Chat / thanks to britain...
« on: May 25, 2003, 09:11:53 AM »
...for your points yesterday :lol:




for everyone here (because you probabely haven't seen it) the guy above was the austrian contribution at the song contest with this song:

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ALF POIER - Der Song Contest Beitrag
Weil der Mensch zählt  
Die Tiere dieser Erde die mog i ziemlich gern
Doch am allerliebsten mog i die Haserln und die Bärn

Es sterben bald alle Vögel es sterbn bald alle Käfer
Nur im Bett da liegt der Adam und vermehrt sich mit der Eva

Die Hosn leben im Woid
Die Kotzn in da Wiesn
Und die Kakerlaken
Die leben hinter die Fliesn

Klane Haserl haben kurze Naserl
Und klane Katzerl haben weiche Bratzerl
Und die Frau Holle hot gern die Wolle
Vom Dromedar aus Afrika

Der Unterschied zwischen Menschen, zwischen Affen und Primaten
Der is net vü größer wie bei Nudl und Fritatten

Doch wer mehr über Tiere wissen wü muß Biologie studiern
Oder sich im Anschluß auf meiner Homepage informieren

Manche Tiere die haben Flügl
Und andere haben Flossn
Manche liegn im Freien
Und die andern in da Dosn

Klane Haserl haben kurze Naserl
Und klane Katzerl haben weiche Bratzerl
Und die Frau Holle hot gern die Wolle
Vom Dromedar aus Afrika

Klane Haserl haben kurze Naserl
Und klane Katzerl haben weiche Bratzerl
Und die Frau Holle hot gern die Wolle
Vom Dromedar aus Afrika


short version of the content: hard to say, maybe destroying of nature by humans...in finest styran slang   8O

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