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Headstone... - NN1 - 13May2005 7:27 PM
  #5/5
Yep, looks like we'll be seeing you there, you dirty macks. We're down like a fangtooth.

Builth 2005
dirtymac... - DirtyMAc - 18Apr2005 1:03 PM
  #4/5
Are you boyz going down on the farm again this year for another bonfire, beer, burger and booming music?

What to think...
dirtymac... - Sean, Northampton - 15Oct2004 4:23 PM
  #3/5
What a weekend!

Something daft like seven hours of driving to play a gig on a farm ... was it worth it?

Hell yes!

Three bands that played excellent sets, a mad DJ between, beer flowing throughout the day and most of the night ... can't wait til next year!

See ya soon!

wales
hmm... - kev-dirtymac - 14Oct2004 4:33 AM
  #2/5
hi
its kev here from "dirtymac".(guitar player)
i cant remeber much from the crazy farm gig cause i was so smashed myself, but u guys sounded great, i must admit after i played the first set i had to chill by the campfire to take a break so i missed some of your songs, just been readin some of your lryics , there great i love musicians/writers expressing politics and freedom which is life, our band are writing tons of political music
i.e. a verse from one of my songs,

"who had the power,who got the power
whose turn for their darkest hour
who has the resource of blood or gold
the governments morse code
or us people they hold"

guys keep rocking, if u wanna do any joint gigs or anything lets us know.
www.dirtymac.vze.com
kevminney[at]-remove-hotmail.com

Wales
fredryan... - Fred Ryan - 21Sep2004 4:09 PM
  #1/5
Looking forward to seeing you all again>Dont worry about cold, a massive bonfire is under construction that Iran would envy.The other bands are The Dirty Macs from Northampton and Big Bang from Bristol a bar will be run all proceeds to Builth Balkan Crew,Anyone interested in progress we are flying out to Romania to inspect ground slab and sewerage ,septic tanks and the like .On behalf of everyone involved thanks to all,lets party