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Witchhunter

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 6:50pm

This isn't normal (re: Covenant in Edinburgh this year)

This isn't normal, last time I went to see Covenant I invited my parents along since they liked the last album. But this year the WHOLE FAMILY are going to see Covenant! Not that it matters, I should be up the front taking photos as usual but still... damn weirdos!

In addition to this, my parents are off to see Gary Numan in Glasgow soon, but I suppose thats ok because they were fans back when he started. haha :D

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 7:21pm

haha... sounds somehow pretty cool :D

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 7:24pm

The only one of my family that I got into Covenant is my brother.
But that's better than nothing. ;)

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 7:24pm

same with my sister ;)

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 7:42pm

My family doesn't even know Covenant. Well, my parents both turn 70 this year, so no surprise. My brother doesn't have a clue about music, he even asks "Who's that?" when it comes to well-known artists like Coldplay or Oasis. :lol:

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 9:47pm

Im not surprised at all of older people getting into groups like Covenant. They have a mature approach and they are serious and sincere in what they do. And that does attract an older audience. Arent they like 30+ anyway.

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 11:05pm

I think my boyfriend likes them ... somehow ...

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Tuesday, March 28th 2006, 11:12pm

@ Rubicon
Age doesn't matter. ;)

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 12:17am

Marishka-

Age doesnt matter to me either. It was just an observation. ;)

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 10:15am

Might be right.
But there are also a lot younger ppl. that like Covenants music.
Okay, maybe a hugh part of this female audience "likes" their stuff 'cause the guys are so "cute". :P

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 11:26am

I asked my sister to come with me to Cologne, but she refused a day before,although I had given my complete albums to her before.... She doesn`t know what is really fantastic!
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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 3:14pm

Yeh its true Covenant are suited to the oldies among us (heh), well their newer stuff is, but its the idea of my whole family going that is just to strange. haha oh well it will be fun and its not like we don't get along ok.

Can't wait to see Covenant live again :D

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 3:15pm

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Can't wait to see Covenant live again :D

me too. :D

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 3:18pm

I wonder when Covenant will tour here in NY ?( Their music is popular in the scene here.

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 3:21pm

If I remember right, they will be in the USA at the end of this year.
But I'm not sure. :rolleyes:

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 4:16pm

I think that the only reason, more or less, why there are quite a few thirty-somethings in Covenant's audience is that many people follow the band since the mid- or late 90s.

I do remember many young people at Covenant's early shows. Guess they are old now. ;)

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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 8:23pm

DDT Lahr

@scotland ... the idea of one´s family is quite quite strange, indeed... 8o

hah. Today I got my ticket for the DDT in Lahr on 04/22... so that will be the first time that I can see them "really" live :-]

@ all the 30sthings of you: ...well, ... I´m sorry. :D but it´s not over yet ;)
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Wednesday, March 29th 2006, 9:37pm

Well, my mother loves "atom heart"... :D
But she didn't come with me to the concert...so many people jumping...she would have died :tongue:

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Thursday, March 30th 2006, 7:08am

I took my then 5 year old daughter to see VNV Nation in San Francisco last year and will take her to Covenant if it is an all ages show... I think it's a great way to share a bond within the family!!!
Niki
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"What doesn't kill us only makes us stronger" - Resilience, a hardcore punk band from Santa Rosa, California, USA
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Thursday, March 30th 2006, 11:23am

Anyway, isn`t a bit too young for going on concert?
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