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Date: Saturday, January 18th 2003 1042876800 (14 years 282 days ago)
Venue: The Labour Club (Website)
Location: 95-97 Charles St Northampton England NN1 3BG
Performers
Wilson Headstone ( Pat Fish ) ( guitar, vocals ) , Misery Wilson ( Kathy Schaer ) ( bass ) , B-Man ( Ian Botterill ) ( MC ) , G-Man ( Steve Gordon ) ( stratocaster ) , E-Man ( Curtis E. Johnson ) ( theremin-like machine ) , Agent Wilson ( Russell Cooper ) ( percussion )
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Socialist Partay
And so we have yet another Saturday evening in old Northampton Town..... but hang on! this Saturday sees a break from the norm, the kids can rock and roll once more! Wilson hit the Labour Club!

By not having any particular political allegiances, I have missed out on this particular establishment in the heart of my hometown, where you can still get a pint of lager, a coke AND a packet of peanuts and still have change from 2.50! Heck, it's even got a 5p fruit machine!

The light show was so basic, it was Bauhaus-esque, however, the sound was great, despite missing a guitarist.

However, the band did acquire makeshift dancers and bongo players at various points during the show to make up the numbers.

As far as I could tell, I think the band even won over a few of the locals who wandered in hoping for their usual quiet Saturday evening pint. However, they did play it cautiously, congregating by the door, ready for a sharp exit, should Botty's megaphonic warblings threaten the structural integrity of the premises.

Thanks for a Big Saturday boys and girls.

Is this the new Red Wedge? Red Wedgies? or just Red Veggies?

Credit: NN1 (Sunday, 19th of January 2003 - 14 years 281 days ago)
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    andyzed1[at]-remove-yahoo.co.uk - NN1
    19Jan2003 12:48 PM (14 years 281 days ago)
    And so we have yet another Saturday evening in old Northampton Town..... but hang on! this Saturday sees a break from the norm, the kids can rock and roll once more! Wilson hit the Labour Club!
    By not having any particular political allegiances, I have missed out on this particular establishment in the heart of my hometown, where you can still get a pint of lager, a coke AND a packet of peanuts and still have change from 2.50! Heck, it's even got a 5p fruit machine!
    The light show was so basic, it was Bauhaus-esque, however, the sound was great, despite missing a guitarist.
    However, the band did acquire makeshift dancers and bongo players at various points during the show to make up the numbers.
    As far as I could tell, I think the band even won over a few of the locals who wandered in hoping for their usual quiet Saturday evening pint. However, they did play it cautiously, congregating by the door, ready for a sharp exit, should Botty's megaphonic warblings threaten the structural integrity of the premises.
    Thanks for a Big Saturday boys and girls.
    Is this the new Red Wedge? Red Wedgies? or just Red Veggies?