||11/09/09 12:52 PM
Originally Posted by The:Whaler
but if they did, you'd support both gallows and the prodigy walking off stage and not coming back on, right? for fear of their safety? fucking hell man get a grip.
im from england too, and i thought we had a thing called common sense; that a platic water bottle shouldnt end an 8,000 strong concert, but clearly i was wrong.
and if you reckon "clamping down" on stuff like this, by musicians walking off stage is going to help then you're sadly mistaken, i wouldnt be surprised if he got bombarded with bottles the next time any of the people in that audience see him again just to show him how livid they are.
Totally. Ultimately it’s about respect - these guy/girls are human beings (shocking i know) – and they all behave differently. I’ve seen the two bands I mentioned numerous times and they did nothing but look after the crowd in front of them.
You only have to see on Youtube the way Frank Carter of Gallows looks after the crowd (especially younger kids and bottle throwers).
YES of course for their fucking safety, yes we get it, it was a plastic bottle. But at what point to where govern what’s safe/unsafe to throw on stage? When someone gets injured? How bout we just don’t do it at all, yeh?
Yes, right because we see the queue of people waiting to push Noel Gallagher off stage just because it made big news last time. What retarded logic you possess.
You're from England, so im sure you'd agree thowing beer at someone is pretty humiliating in any environment, especially when they have nothing at all to deserve it.