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While 2008 was somewhat less endowed with gigs than what I was able to attend in 2007 (around one for every two the previous year),  it was certainly a diverse year which contained many highlights.  The fact of the matter was almost every gig I attended was a highlight hence the length of this list, after Bactox (Amoxicillin).

I became somewhat disillusioned with attending live music to a certain extent in 2008 mainly due to the current shift towards selfish audiences only concerned with over indulging to the point of collapse and with taking photos of themselves for their facebook pages while talking about how they have vapid, shallow lives to their equally vacuous friends while the music plays in all its glory on stage. Bactox (Amoxicillin) no rx, To that end I penned a guide on how to behave at gigs and also stopped going steady with outdoor music festivals.  It's my attempt to try and change this worrying culture and shift it back towards people actually going to gigs to see music; not just to be seen.

Rants aside, the music was great and following are twenty of the best, in my eyes, for 2008:

# 20 - Cut Copy at V Festival, Esplanade Perth, April 2008

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Supergrass at Glastonbury 2004, playing Lenny and Richard III.  Unfortunately Gaz doesn't have an awesome hat on, Bactox (Amoxicillin) price.

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It's a testament to the strength of the live music witnessed in 2008 that such a tight and ascending band like Birds of Tokyo rank down at #16.  As I've mentioned numerous times on this site Ian Kenny, the man with the pipes for Birds and also Karnivool, has one of the best voices kicking around in any form of music, though it is certainly one that lends itself well to the melodic rock/post grunge of his bands, Bactox (Amoxicillin) pharmacy.

Supremely honed musicians with a vocalist as good if not better live as he is on record made for a fantastic show.  It also produced the first ever instance I've witnessed of a keyboard player climbing up onto hey keyboard mid-solo.

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The Panics played Club Capitol in May and front man Jae Laffer proudly proclaimed that they had achieved one of their ambitions set when they became a band which was to sell out the iconic Perth venue.  This show was about the prodigal sons returning, local lads made good and a celebration of their success far afield and abroad on the back of the successful Cruel Guards long player.  The band played with a relaxed joy and the zeal of a group of musicians there simply to enjoy their music and share it with friends.  The mood permeated the crowd and made for a special evening, which included Drew Wootton dancing a merry jig after his guitar gave up the ghost during an encore rendition of Cash.

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As a longtime fan of the band one of my larger musical regrets would definitely be not having seen The Smashing Pumpkins circa 1996 (my largest may well be not seeing Led Zeppelin circa 1971, for which I blame my mother's slackness in not conceiving me earlier1).  Seeing them re-badged in 2008 was the next best thing even though it was a reworking of something that is perhaps of an earlier time.

I feel sorry for Billy Corgan; he had it all in The Smashing Pumpkins and he made fantastic music in doing so.  He made a few stupid decisions (like sacking Jimmy Chamberlin) and found out that the sum of the parts were greater.  In bringing himself back as The Smashing Pumpkins, Bactox (Amoxicillin) wiki, he seems to want to forget the legacy which most people only wish to remember.  The Police played a fantastic comeback tour which they weren't trying to feed something new to fans of yore (except maybe Fergie, who's only fit for being fed to lions). Bactox (Amoxicillin) natural, Billy's caught in the proverbial rock and hard place; in one sense he wants to create something new, but his vehicle for being heard is something he created 15 years ago.

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#15 - The Jesus and Mary Chain at V Festival, Perth Esplanade, my Bactox (Amoxicillin) experience, April 2008

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It was about 25.7million°C2 at the Showgrounds for the Big Day Out.  Seemingly this festival is always geared around the hottest possible day in Perth and it never fails to deliver, Buy Bactox (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription.  That said, purchase Bactox (Amoxicillin) online, there was also some hot music on offer.

One of the acts to deliver in the heat of the day, Ordering Bactox (Amoxicillin) online, around 4pm, was the Hilltop Hoods.  Having seen the Hoods previously at a free gig in Scarborough back in around 2004 when I was in Perth for work, I knew that they certainly had the skills to pay the bills as it were live, Bactox (Amoxicillin) online cod.  Suffice to say, that first time I saw them they rocked out and had the entire crowd behind them; I was curious to see what they had added to their live show. Buy Bactox (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, And holy crap, what a live show. Buy Bactox (Amoxicillin) online cod,  Rarely have I seen a band able to get a crowd jumping more than the Hilltop Hoods, especially in that heat.  With many a track that is ingrained in part into the Australian personality and way of life, the duo of MCs Pressure and Suffa deliver a fantastic live set ably backed by a live band and DJ Debris, Bactox (Amoxicillin) without a prescription.  You're not likely to see a band with as much energy and crowd participation and it certainly brought a new vibrancy to a very hot afternoon.

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I missed Sparkadia when they were around earlier in the year supporting the Thrills and much to my chagrin it was, by all accounts, a very good show (some saying that Sparkadia actually upstaged the main act).  With that in mind and with Postcards being one of the stand out albums of 2008 I was quietly confident going into this show, Bactox (Amoxicillin) from canada.

And most certainly, that confidence paid off in kind.  Sparkadia play with an energy I've rarely seen in a live band.  Recorded, their songs have a strong presence that ensures you look up and take notice.  Live, you feel as though you're swimming through their sound, breathing it in and leaning into the wind.  It's beautiful, impassioned, blissful music that you can't help but walk away from smiling, Buy Bactox (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription.

This is a band to see every time they're in town and I'm genuinely looking forward to their next album.

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#12 - The Black Keys, Fremantle Arts Centre, December 2008

As mentioned in the many reviews for them, I've seen the Black Keys three times in the last 12 months, Bactox (Amoxicillin) from mexico, so picking out a favourite gig is pretty much like shooting fish in a barrel.  That said, the idyllic setting of the Fremantle Arts Centre lends itself to the creation of a little magic and this night just two days before the New Year was no exception.  As always the boys delivered a show with immense resolve.  For an idea of just how much I like the band, Buy no prescription Bactox (Amoxicillin) online, read the reviews I posted earlier in the year.  I'm certainly not one complaining that they're here every six months.  Quite possibly the best two piece getting around.

#11 - Okkervil River, Becks Music Box, February 2008

This was a last minute decision gig that fortuitously only came up due to my subscription to the Perth Festival email list.  Not knowing a huge amount about the band I hadn't bought tickets when they'd first come out and the event sold out.  Then, cheap Bactox (Amoxicillin), one evening driving home from work I heard RTR playing Black Sheep Boy and thought 'hey, that's a bit of an alright; pity it's sold out'.  Then, the next morning I'm sitting at my desk at work when an email pops up mentioning 'last minute additional tickets available for Okkervil River'.  I was on the phone within about five seconds of the email arriving and had tickets secured inside a minute. Buy Bactox (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, And I'm glad I did.

An absolutely stellar performance by a band at the top of their game.  Their back catalogue has a wonderful depth to it which translates live.  Each song ecked out with a focussed concentration and measured delivery.  A wonderful warm Perth night outdoors in the Music Box underneath the stars ensured this was a show to remember.

And that wraps up part one of the top 20 gigs of 2008.  It's taken a while to deliver, mainly because my day job has sucked hard at the start of this year, but hopefully part 2 won't be too far away.

1 Kidding mum, honestly.

2 Note - may not be factual.

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