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CHE 90, Tijuana Souvenirs, Cold Harbour

Pint on Punt, Saturday 27th October 2007

Even though there were three other gigs I could have gone to, I wanted to go to the Pint as I hadn't seen Cold Harbour since earlier in the year and I wanted to see CHE90 after Fred described them. Next time I will stay at home a bit longer as I ended up sitting around for two hours waiting for people to turn up.

CHE90 were great. They entered the pub to the anthem of the USSR dressed as Soviet cosmonauts and I even won a DVD for knowing that the first astronaut was actually a dog named Laika. Most of their songs had Soviet cosmonaut theme and for some of their shows they even have a rocket on stage.

The Tijuana Souvenirs were meant to be on last, but agreed to go on second to help out Cold Harbour. I thought they played really well and I look forward to seeing them again.

Rounding out the night were Cold Harbour and their mountain of equipment that almost didn't fit on the stage. I had forgotten how loud they were, but I did enjoy them. They only do the one song in a spaghetti western style, but that didn't stop people from requesting it early. Nice to see the dancers they had during their set also.


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