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So can't wait, last year I thought living in the UK I would never see Zombie Live! now seeing him for the second time (Last time was March 2011) and also getting to meet Rob, Piggy, John and Ginger and so can't wait. To think I'd never see him live let alone meet him face to face, excited thinking about it!
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I'm coming to this show but spending a couple of days in Birmingham (Wed - with added Testament in Wolverhampton - and Thursday). Never been in the city centre before (been to NIA, NEC and O2 Academy for gigs) so can anyone recomend pubs, food, sites to take in?
Last nite was a blast. My husband and I were treated so well by the band and the crew. We spent some time hanging with Rob, John, PD, Ginger and Sheri when we go there, and then got taken on a tour round by Davey, Ginger's drum tech and fellow Disco Death Rock co-hort (you have to check those guys out). Bumped into Fred Sablan from MM and saw Twiggy running past us and then run back with a smile when he saw us having a ciggie outside. Rob absolutley nailed it - even with a sore throat which I know he felt bummed but as we all said to him, the guy nailed it.
My fav performance from Manson was Coma White and Personal Jesus.
If you have yet to see the Twins of Evil you are going to have fun.