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The very lame pushy crowd at Metro also featured unparalleled levels of stupidy.  Heard behind me were two young girls talking away in a babling kind of manner that those of their ilk tend to.  Their inane conversation ceased in wide eye amazement as the tyre was inflated back of stage when one turned to the other and asked 'what's Akron?'

Thankfully, to save us from this massive supernova of stupidity were Patrick and Dan for without their arrival on stage we would have all surely have been lost.

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Unless the tyre is playing rhythm.

Special mention must be made of Dan's beard as well; a mighty object to behold.  At the aforementioned Arena gig in 2005 Dan was beardless and each time I've seen him since he's gone from three day growth to mini beard to 'wait, are you Sam Beam's brother' status.  It must be there's a little bit of Canada in Ohio after all.

As the final strains of Have Love, Will Travel warbled in our ear drums and as the guys left the stage, the crowd was left strangely quiet, where normally they would perhaps be stomping the floor and shouting for more.  If there's one thing a gig by The Black Keys will do for you, it's satisfy.  At least, that's my take.

In the modern world of hedonistic night pleasures, it may just have been the drink and the drugs were starting to wear off for the majority of punters.

Regardless of where you were and how you got there that night, you left feeling just a little better knowing that two white boys can still play the blues.

Tame Impala's music is available via the link above.  Here following are some videos for the rest.

The Silents - Little Girl Lost from 2007's '23'

The Black Keys - I Got Mine (live on Letterman) from their 2008 release 'Attack and Release'

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  1. Amazing show. Amazing musicians. Amazing beard.

  2. ‘…Crawling out of the swamps of the Mandurah delta…’

    I’m going to hand that nugget around, with your address


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