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Posted: Sun, 2004-05-09 22:14

ekstra badet wrote:

THOMAS HELMIG og D-A-D har i den forløbne måned endvidere gjort sig skyldige i et af den hjemlige musikhistories mest groteske og fuldkommen frastødende karakterselvmord. De fik den kærkomne idé at servere deres musik under gunstige forhold til WigWam, men da projektet kuldsejlede, stak de halen mellem benene og flygtede som skibsrotter på en dødssejler.

NU STILLER D'HERRER så glædeligt op til planetens dårligste akustik og mest slatne fadøl i Parken og indkasserer efterfølgende en af den danske musikindustris største honorarer ved at sælge ud af idealerne til Grøn Koncert, der er den absolut diametrale modsætning til WigWam. På kort sigt giver det elskerinden en ny pels, og sønnike får sin PlayStation, men kunne det tænkes, at fanskaren følte sig bedraget? At ens eftermæle ville blive blakket? Og at interessen var dæmpet, når D-A-D omsider har fabrikeret 12 nye numre, der lyder som alle de andre?

i would higly reccomend to fire that jounalist!!

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Posted: Sun, 2004-05-09 22:33

Don't mind ekstra bladet... they talk shit about everyone... they're probably just jeallous Smiley-midget no reason at all to ever take them too seriously...

/ZD

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Posted: Sun, 2004-05-09 23:31

There's nothing wrong woth Grøn Koncert, but I don't understand why they played that royal bullshit...

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Posted: Mon, 2004-05-10 00:12

My guess is they did it because Pingu (Crown prince Frederik) is a great guy who likes D-A-D (he has said on several occations) and not because it's "royal"...

besides... he's a guy who likes to go out and have fun... for instance he was partying in silkeborg (my home town) on my final school day (30/4) (stag party perhaps?)... and he's been there partying some times before too..

/ZD

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Posted: Mon, 2004-05-10 17:26

And maybe, just maybe, they thought the idea of giving the money from the concert to "Red Barnet" was good.