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greendepent

@Todd check this out :lol:

This is soundboard material. Probably the guy work in the venue or something like that

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Todd

Thanks for sharing :) I'm in contact with the uploader. He only recorded the soundcheck, not the full show. 

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TimmyChunks

This is amazing quality- right off the soundboard. This is a real treat to listen to, especially since the live stuff is usually captured "over the air" and muddied as a result. This really shows how sharp their live musicianship is, even though it's a midday/ casual sound check. These guys are really, really good. This is some tight playing. Thanks for posting!

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Yosuke Hanamura

Soundboard Stuart and the Ave.!? Those are words i'd thought i'd never hear in the same sentence! Oh my God, yes! :runaround:

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Grinch

holy this is good

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tinamariek4

Oh. My. God.  This is freaking AMAZING!!  Thank you so much for sharing!!!!  

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Ritz

This is gold!! 

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Jon Benjamin

99 Revolutions

Are We The Waiting

St. Jimmy (partial)

Knowledge (3x)

Radio (4x)

Boulevard of Broken Dreams

Private Ale

Christie Road (partial)

Stuart and the Ave

Minority 

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AimieeSmith

Amazing sound ! -

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Alf

HOLY SHIT, THIS IS GOLD!!!!

Imagine if he'd got the Sweet Children soundcheck

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AlissaGoesRAWR

I assume the conversation goes something like “I hear AlissaGoesRAWR is out there. We should soundcheck Stuart and the Ave. and play it for her tonight,” right? 

:P 

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jengd

This is great, thanks so much for sharing @pacejunkie punk

Billie - "I need to go over the words backstage"

Mike - "I don't know any of this" 

Love these guys and this was a great listen, feels really intimate.

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1 minute ago, jengd said:

This is great, thanks so much for sharing @pacejunkie punk

Billie - "I need to go over the words backstage"

Mike - "I don't know any of this" 

Love these guys and this was a great listen, feels really intimate.

Like being a fly on the wall 😉 

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jengd
Just now, pacejunkie punk said:

Like being a fly on the wall 😉 

Totally, and so cool to hear them messing around with songs we know so well, love the Minority spoken part!

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2 minutes ago, jengd said:

Totally, and so cool to hear them messing around with songs we know so well, love the Minority spoken part!

That was really funny :lol:

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uptightallthetime

Wow ... this is special stuff.   Definitely listen through headphones, although I had the volume up high to catch the dialogue so now I’m slightly deaf.   Worth it though!   Maybe just don’t listen at bedtime as I’m now so pumped and full of energy.  You know that feeling when the support band goes off and you watch the crew and hear the odd drum kick or guitar note and all the excitement is building and then Bohemian Rhapsody starts?   That’s where I am right now, I feel like I’m ready for take off!     

Reminds me how much I love live music full stop not just GD, there is something magical about that raw sound of guitars and drums.   In my next life I’m coming back with a set of balls, an electric guitar and an amp because these guys are living the best life.    

I have goosebumps thinking how the last time I heard Tim Armstrong live was at Sheffield before they came on - one of my favourite gigs.   I have goosebumps thinking about how special this time was for them and how RevRad was all to come but we just didn’t know it yet.   That second Knowledge was great and the drum intro to AWTW is one of their best, I love hearing it like this.

And, on the off chance band or management read this, forget VIP - I would pay handsomely to listen to soundcheck.

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disappearingfs

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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39 minutes ago, uptightallthetime said:

And, on the off chance band or management read this, forget VIP - I would pay handsomely to listen to soundcheck.

I would too but it wouldn’t be the same. You would never capture this with an audience present, it would become like a performance. They’d need to not know we were there somehow. I’ll just take more recordings like this from more shows. 

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pawncrackers

Amazing find! Absolute magic. Thanks for sharing :)

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TimmyChunks
6 hours ago, uptightallthetime said:

Wow ... this is special stuff.   Definitely listen through headphones, although I had the volume up high to catch the dialogue so now I’m slightly deaf.   Worth it though!   Maybe just don’t listen at bedtime as I’m now so pumped and full of energy.  You know that feeling when the support band goes off and you watch the crew and hear the odd drum kick or guitar note and all the excitement is building and then Bohemian Rhapsody starts?   That’s where I am right now, I feel like I’m ready for take off!     

Reminds me how much I love live music full stop not just GD, there is something magical about that raw sound of guitars and drums.   In my next life I’m coming back with a set of balls, an electric guitar and an amp because these guys are living the best life.    

I have goosebumps thinking how the last time I heard Tim Armstrong live was at Sheffield before they came on - one of my favourite gigs.   I have goosebumps thinking about how special this time was for them and how RevRad was all to come but we just didn’t know it yet.   That second Knowledge was great and the drum intro to AWTW is one of their best, I love hearing it like this.

And, on the off chance band or management read this, forget VIP - I would pay handsomely to listen to soundcheck.

Trust me, I've been there for soundcheck  (shameless brag but had to throw that in there), and this is nothing like a normal soundcheck. This was clearly for a special show. The normal soundcheck is phenomenal for sure, but it's generally a few songs they play every night and a whole lot of KFAD. They're just trying to get loose and get a feel for the acoustics. In this instance, tbough, they were more "rehearsing" than normal, which makes this really special. I can't believe this was caught on soundboad and shared. Amazing!

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3 hours ago, TimmyChunks said:

this is nothing like a normal soundcheck. 

Saw those on Billie’s insta stories last year🤪   You’re right, it’s amazing this was captured and we get to listen to it as it was for a special show in specific circumstances.   I’ve been outside venues during soundcheck so I know this was not the usual but I would pay for just 10 minutes of normal.   

9 hours ago, pacejunkie punk said:

You would never capture this with an audience present, it would become like a performance. They’d need to not know we were there somehow. 

I would pay extra for the invisibility cloak. 

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Jane Lannister

This is so amazing, thanks for sharing @pacejunkie punk

@Hermione have you listened to this? I must agree with you, the high-pitched funny voice should be forbidden by law. I was listening in public and almost gasped "oh please don't" loud when I heard it. 

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