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« Reply #40 on: 08 August 2005, 11:27:01 »

Wow!!!
I'm definitaly in love with those pics... very, very beautiful!!!
Despite os sound problems and short set list, how was Tristania on stage? Did Everything go right?
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« Reply #41 on: 08 August 2005, 17:34:04 »

The first 2 songs the clean voices were far too silent, the wind blew the sound away...
But in general everything went alright...
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« Reply #42 on: 08 August 2005, 17:40:24 »

My godness... the wind blew the sound !!! O.O
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« Reply #43 on: 09 August 2005, 00:17:53 »

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The first 2 songs the clean voices were far too silent, the wind blew the sound away...
But in general everything went alright...
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Hm, that's rock'n'roll :)

you can expect dolby digital 6.2 sound at an open air :) and that musician sometimes don't get the right tone - that's also cause they play live and the point is - you can hear the mood of the band members in their playing, about if they had a good day or bad... and about the sound-mixing guy... wether he likes the band or not :)

All the mistakes in techniques, songs and sounds - that's what makes the live band beautiful, and the more they sound equeal to the recording - the more it's awful. :)
So the gig at Wacken was probably not the best one, but definitly presented a human band with feelings and emotions and not ice cold sound-machines :)
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« Reply #44 on: 09 August 2005, 02:21:31 »

Of course it's not the bands fault.. but theyr gig at WGT was really great...and even if it's a festival too, there was an amazing sound and less people..

 I was disappointed of Wacken.. too big, the organisation not as good as one might expect, etc..
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« Reply #45 on: 09 August 2005, 05:20:13 »

Nice pictures!!!

It was a nice gig, but too much smoke. I hardly couldn't see anything. The sound was better after the first song, but the voice of Vibeke was hard to hear in the front. I really enjoyed the gig.
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« Reply #46 on: 09 August 2005, 10:11:01 »

@Deadlocked:

What did not please you concerning the organization?
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« Reply #47 on: 09 August 2005, 16:38:01 »

It was not bad... but could have been better imho... for example that they didn't do much against the mud on the paths and festival area, to less toilets... I assume my problem is just I had higher expectations because some of my friends praised it that much... :)
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« Reply #48 on: 09 August 2005, 19:10:40 »

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Of course it's not the bands fault.. but theyr gig at WGT was really great...and even if it's a festival too, there was an amazing sound and less people..

 I was disappointed of Wacken.. too big, the organisation not as good as one might expect, etc..
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Nowadays is Wacken a big comercial festival. Two years ago it was a total desaster, that time it was better... but nevertheless, a lot of people go to wacken, who isn't a real metal fan but a real show-offs and they are proud to be there and say "we're metalheadZ"... So that mass of such people and organisatoric problems make wacken not to a good metal festival anymore... and the price is to expensive... The bands play short setlists, the breaks between the bands are big and svereal cool bands which one wants to see - play at the same time...

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« Reply #49 on: 09 August 2005, 19:53:06 »

Well I don't want to be too critical about the festival organisation. When you imagine that there are so many people: they really did a good job. the mudd was a real problem, but with all those people hard to do something. In compare with other festivals it was still better.

Again back to Tristania: I tought the set was a bit shorter, but I am not sure. I liked the gig very much because it was powerfull and I was really into their gig.
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« Reply #50 on: 10 August 2005, 10:43:52 »

Yeah Wacken seems to be the mother/mecca of all festivals! I keep thinking about going for the whole experience but look at then now as when they first started Wacken, the first festival was about 800 people I think! We're having a mini Wacken over here in the UK with Bloodstock and this year the guys at Wacken have added their support to Bloodstock, so now not only do we have the indoor festival (which is about 2-3000 people) but the outdoor festival aswell which is great ~ next year's site (same place) is already booked! Again maybe 2/3000 people this year went but it was small and great with a potential to grow bigger!!

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« Reply #51 on: 10 August 2005, 17:49:41 »

Hey there :)

just wanted to show you all some pice from wacken open air :)









more pictures at www.goth-zine.de
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« Reply #52 on: 10 August 2005, 19:54:39 »

Once again great photos... thank you!.. :)
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« Reply #53 on: 11 August 2005, 08:04:57 »

These are great photos dude!!! Fantastic!!! Are members allowed to use any of them by the way?

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« Reply #54 on: 11 August 2005, 09:32:00 »

Fantastic pics from Torsten...as usual! Thanks :)
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« Reply #55 on: 11 August 2005, 11:03:22 »

Thanks :)

@ angel_princeuk:
For what do you want to use them? Please tell me and i think that there will be no problem :)

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« Reply #56 on: 11 August 2005, 11:25:53 »

Great photos

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« Reply #57 on: 11 August 2005, 20:13:03 »

Beautiful pics Torsten :)
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« Reply #58 on: 12 August 2005, 14:04:14 »

Ok, I really MUST go to the next Wacken...

Look at those pics!!! What an atmosphere!!!!

Thanks for them... they are wanderful, as usual.

Congratulations Torsten
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« Reply #59 on: 15 August 2005, 00:08:18 »

it was a good gig at the wacken, not their best.
the wind blew the sound away, but you can expect that on a festival.
it was really crowdy in front of stage and the audience got really into the music. But I watched it from the back, near to the bar. I don't go to the front that often, especially not at festivals.

had a great time on wacken.

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