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should i go see negura bunget live?

Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by the opeth affinity, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. Sad Madrigal

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    Dude...seeing Negură Bunget live is the next thing I must do.
    Although I live in Romania I never saw them live.:lol:
     
  2. Bleakest Harvest

    Bleakest Harvest \m/Misanthropic Hippy\m/

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    Actually the opposite of this is true. They're sincere and unpretentious, if a bit serious about the spiritual/nature element to their music. But pompous definitely doesn't apply.
     
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    They played here in Manchester the same night Opeth were playing down the road so I couldn't see them!
     
  4. affinityband

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    basically the reason i said they are pompous is because they have the balls or 'pomposity' to bring all those unnecessary instruments into the albums (yet its still utterly bland) and hell, even onto the stage with them in a desperate attempt to set them apart from other modern bm bands, in an irritatingly grand way(though my comment is kind of irrelevant as most bm is pretentious as hell). i mean, christ, with all those instruments you would think that they would at least make slightly more interesting and engaging sounds.fact is wittr pummel their asses in everyway in terms of modern bm
     
  5. the opeth affinity

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    @ a fair judgement, im going to manchester in january were wud u recommend to go, clubs pubs etc?
     
  6. affinityband

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    manchester is one of the cheapest places in the uk i think, tons of students and student nights. i think anywhere is pretty much amazing if you want a cheap wild night
     
  7. Kenneth R.

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    Of course see them. Great band.
     
  8. Necropeth

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    Don't think about it. Just go. You don't know how envious of you I am.
     
  9. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Long Distance Voyager

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    no dude, that would have been Emerson Lake and Palmer circa 1973. NB are definitely worth seeing live.
     
  10. RoadKing

    RoadKing The Central Scrutinizer

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    "Should I go see Negura Bunget live?"

    Please tell me this was a rhetorical question!
     

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