CRC set lists...

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CRC set lists...

Post by merman » 08/11/2005 - 0:00

Hi, thought I would make my usual little contribution... of course, the fact I didn't have time to take notes on all the acts doesn't help, but maybe the performers can help fill in the blanks and correct the order?


VISA ROSTER (edited by Theo)
Commando
Formula 1 simulator
Comic Bakery
Bomb Jack
MULE (the ladies sang while Pex and Johannes "performed" the scrolly message ;) )
Crappy (C64 Mafia guest appearance, singing "Crappy" with Elsa)
Spy vs. Spy
International Karate
Armageddon Man

AXES DENIED
1. Delta title tune
2. Super Mario Brothers
3. Ocean Loader (sounded like a mix of v3 and v4 to me)
4. Leisure Suit Larry
5. Bruce Lee
6. Turrican 2
7. The Great Giana Sisters (medley of subtunes)
8. Bubble Bobble (complete with bubbles/balloons!)

PACIFISTS... playing Cannon Fodder samples, think I have this right:
Jesper played a Guitar Freaks controller (guitar/chords)
Soren on the dance mat (drums)
Theo on the Beatmania controller (keyboard)
Andre on the Xbox pad (vocals)
Uffe on the PS2 pad (bass)
Martin on the congas
Jon Hare on the Arcade stick (gun sample)

(Apologies if I mixed you guys up again!) (You did, edited now, Theo)

ROB HUBBARD & MARK KNIGHT
International Karate, Fiddle Tune, melancholy tune from Disney project, ?

SID80s (edited by Theo)
WOTEFist/International Karate
Pimple Squeezer
Paperboy/Arcade Classics
Think Twice 3
Deflektor
Spellbound
Rasputin

PPOT (edited by Theo)
Commando
Ghosts'n Goblins
Sacred Armour of Antiriad
Arkanoid
Wizball
Aztec Challenge
Phantom of the Asteroids
Tiger Mission
Roland's Rat Race
Last Ninja
Comic Bakery
Warhawk
Das Gamer
Monkey Island

SUPERGROUP (PPOT ENCORE)
Rob joined PPOT for Nemesis the Warlock
Rob & Mark joined PPOT for Thrust and Monty on the Run
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Post by madfiddler » 08/11/2005 - 0:40

Rob and I also did the Fiddle Tune from Finale Sample (1 I think), I think it was Goldrunner which turned into a jam followed by "Train Tune" from, er, dunno.

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WOTEFist/International Karate
Pimple Squeezer
Paperboy/Arcade Classics
Think Twice 3
Deflektor
Spellbound
Rasputin

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Re: CRC set lists...

Post by Rondo » 08/11/2005 - 6:52

merman wrote: AXES DENIED
3. Ocean Loader (sounded like a mix of v3 and v4 to me)
It was v1 and v3, actually. Or v2 and v3 if you like, the intro is the same and so is the melody line in the second part, only slower. Besides that you got our set right, including the order. The subtunes in the Giana medley were 5, 1, 3 and 5 (reprise).

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Post by Pex `Mahoney` Tufvesson » 08/11/2005 - 8:29

Hi Merman - did you bring your notepad for this? :D I'm impressed!

Anyway, Visa Röster performed:
  • Commando
    Formula 1 simulator
    Comic Bakery
    Bomb Jack
    MULE
    Crappy
    Spy vs. Spy
    International Karate
    Armageddon Man
And Martin of PPOT performed the Donkey Congas.

For those of you who didn't like that people were talking in the audience, I can only say that if you want to hear the music, there's always the nice quiet living room with a CD and a large cup of tea. Or, there's the party, beer, shouts and buzz of the night club. They both have their charm! 8) Personally, I think a cappella performances are better in the quiet living room, and rock bands are better in the night club. But, hey, it's up to you where and how you want to experience music.

We had loads of fun on stage, and I hope you noticed! And, if you had problems hearing us either:
Have a noise night!

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Post by merman » 08/11/2005 - 11:58

Hi Pex, I did have my notepad, but didn't write all of it down as it happened (apart from Axes Denied, because I was a long way from the stage and felt less in the way)


It seems strange that people would go to a concert and then not listen to the music... but still, that's my opinion. There was time to talk before, between and after the performances...
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Post by beyond » 08/11/2005 - 12:12

I think in the first hour a lot met old friends there that they haven't talked to for many years - that's fierce competition to music, whatever kind.

On top of that the audio guy had huge problems with Visa Röster as the sound system began to feed if he cranked the volume up.

We, PPOT, hoped that the "networking" would also happen, so I'm not 100% sad about it.

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