UK (Glasgow), February 6, 2006 Review

artist: this girl date: 02/11/2006 category: live concerts
this girl: UK (Glasgow), February 6, 2006
The clarity of the vocals was amazing. Liam Creamer put on a real show, running about in the audience and bouncing off everything possible. As for the instruments, they sounded fairly average for the size of the venue, well played but nothing outstanding.
 Sound: 7
 Perfomance: 7
 Overall Impression: 8
 Overall rating:
 3.7 
 Reviewer rating:
 7.3 
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overall: 7.3
UK (Glasgow), February 6, 2006 Reviewed by: colourofanger, on february 11, 2006
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Sound: Thisgirl sound fantastic live. Liam Creamer practically wrenches the songs out of himself, he puts that much effort in. The clarity of the vocals was amazing. He put on a real show, running about in the audience and bouncing off everything possible. As for the instruments, they sounded fairly average for the size of the venue, well played but nothing outstanding. The bass stood out the most and the bass riffs were excellent. // 7

Perfomance: After the two Scottish support bands finished playing, most of the audience left, which was pretty impolite. But the remaining audience, of about 50 people, got into it alot more for the lack of people. They mostly played their very newest material, most of which isn't currently on release. They did play one older song called "Bling Bling Bling", a surreal rock song with fantastic riffs, which was the best song of the night, but unfortunately they didn't play anything from. "Short strut to the brassy front" one of their oldest albums. // 7

Overall Impression: It took place on Monday 6th February, at the Barfly in Glasgow, Scotland. The support bands were Never The Storm and This Tall To Ride. I didn't enjoy the support bands too much, they sounded like many other bands, lacked originality and overrode their Scottish accents with faux-american accents which I didn't appreciate too much. The tickets were only 6 + booking fee, but I would have paid more to see them. Thisgirl, despite being incredibly hardworking and fantastic, are still relatively unknown which is a real shame. When I met the band and asked for my ticket signed and bought one of their brilliant tshirts, they shook my hand several times and thanked me furiously for coming, which was great. I wish more bands would show that gratitude to their fans. I hope they come to Scotland again soon. // 8

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