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Smarky

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About Smarky

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  • Birthday 04/05/1983

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  • LP Shows Attended
    9/6/07 Download Festival 2007, 29/1/08 O2 Arena, London. 06/29/08 Projekt Rev:Europe, Milton Keynes. 1/8/09 Sonisphere UK 2009, 9/11/10 LG Arena Birmingham. 9/6/11 Download Festival 12/6/14 Download Festival 23/11/14 02 arena, London. 24/11/14 o2 arena London. 8/9/15 - Fort Minor, Scala, London

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  1. Damn, Slash is an absoute legend, would love to hear this... although kinda glad it was Lemmy on this as the original. Lemmy (RIP!) and Slash are the true gods of real Rock 'n roll.
  2. Good set, kinda miss Welcome being in the setlist though... thought it might fit with todays show. Dave on guitar was interesting... he looked confused and a little out of place haha..
  3. Wish I could of got something, but the previews weren't very good with no prices and not all items shown, i kinda forgot about it and was at work and then all gone! Although I am only learning and getting into making music, so hopefully the went to a better home anyway!
  4. This is devastating on so many levels. These words from Mike, so emotional And then I just think about my own life and how i struggle right now and it hurts. "There's an emptiness tonight... A hole that wasn't there before... And I keep reaching for the light... But I can't find it anymore..." "They say it's gonna be alright... But can't begin to tell me how... And I ask myself out loud... Have I been lost all along?" Like everybody always says everything will be okay when you try and talk to them, but nobody can tell you how, it just feels empty. These are such perfe
  5. Ugh. Why doesn't he just stay away? Why does Steve Akoi keep coming to ruin everything? He is like the loser at a party who turns up, changes the music to some kinda crappy dance music, throws up in your grandmothers urn then leaves.
  6. I don't understand what the point of this is? We already have the music video, this song or the video has no relevance to Chesters death at all, so why do we have it? I guess they are just trying to promote the song some more? Since they are unable to do any active promo themselves? But still seems pointless?
  7. If anyone is interested... I am trying to organise and memorial for Saturday in Birmingham, were fans will meet and we will visit the venue of Chesters show and lay flowers etc and have a memorial, we will also chat and share stories about the band and what they meant to us. Not for sure yet, just gauging interest across all channels, let me know. Event going ahead. Message me here or let me know if you wish to attend, or follow me on twitter @smarky or we now have a Facebook group, but most contact is happening over twitter. https://www.facebook.com/events/958707614271423/
  8. Yea I would imagine Mr Chow is the presenter so thankfully this might be great cause you won't have James Corden.
  9. To be honest... I know you guys are all hyped by the idea of them doing carpool karaoke, but I couldn't care less, I hate this show... But then again I am not a fan of TV, James Corden and the acts they normally have on it. But I am really curious as to what Ken Jeong is doing there and adding to this, I love Mr Chow and his character in the awesome hangover series.
  10. "We share some of our love and our prayers for the families and the victims of the tragedy of Manchester arena, my heart has never been broken so much on the day I found out that tragedy happened and since that day I have been wearing these little ear rings with the bees in them, I know that's a symbol of strength and hope for the city of Manchester and I am going to keep these in until all this nonsense stops and we can start loving each other, until we can stop hurting each other because we believe in something different to the person standing next to us, the one thing that cannot be defeate
  11. They seemed to have a lot of cameras on stage at Brixton filming the band during this song.
  12. So a few more details now I am back at my hotel... I told Mike I had a request from myself and LP live members and he looked worried lol so I told him "don't worry it isint no roads left" and he laughed and I asked if they could dedicate one more light to the manchester victims as it would of been that show tomorrow and he said t would like to and he would think about it but they had to be careful and sensitive to certain issues, he said after it happened Chester had written a statement and asking people to come out to the other shows but they didn't put it out cause they didn't want to be
  13. I've got meet and greet, I'll ask if they can dedicate the song! They did it!!! Yea!!! I asked Mike and had a long conversation with him about it but he wasn't sure if they could, said they were a lot of issues around it, so I asked Chester and he said he would and told me he had these plugs in his ears with bees on since the incident and he wasn't going to take them out until we learned to all live together!! He then told the story again on stage and made a beautiful tribute before they played one more light!!!
  14. NCSM didn't get much reaction so I was surprised when Heavy got such a good and loud reaction! As a show opener I think it depends on the type of crowd, it seemed to work very well here because the crowd were already hyped up and there was confusion around start time/they came on late, therefore I think it got a better reaction than if it was in the middle of the set and leaves a big classic song for later rather than having to waste it at the start to hype everyone up.