This afternoon.



Spice Girls at Croke Park

14 thoughts on “Rig-A-Rig-Ah

  1. SOQ

    I think the Madonna incident is a precedent. Any time any where, vocal recordings can and will be switched over to the real thing. Music loving activism- sound engineer style.

    But then- what would daytime RTE 2FM ‘down with da kids’ play between the insessant poo speak designed to cut corporate royalties?

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Listen lads and lassies. Go into your local that has live music. Support real, not plastic, artists. Enhanced vocals, courtesy of vocalisers, auto-tuners, digital audio backing tracks, light shows to cover up the deficiencies of the created ‘celebrities’ are just taking the …the … oh I’m not going to write it, as it’ll activate the filter. But the U. Ryan.

    There are too many contrived and created ‘artists’ being dumped on us.

    1. scottser

      It’s a business. Selling dreams and fantasy is what pop music is about. I’d rather the Spice Girls than another acoustic troubadour wringing out misery from his guitar on an empty Tuesday night at the local open mic.

    2. Listrade

      Or we can stop gate-keeping what people can and can’t enjoy.

      There’s plenty of misery to go around, so if people want to have a bit of 90s nostalgia and wave their glow sticks and have a night off from relentless bad news ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ good for them. Not my cup of tea, I dwell in misery and misfortune.

    1. Kolmo

      Money talks – the pressing needs of society walks, to the back of the queue..unless you’re cattle.

    2. Cian

      At a guess this construction is being done by the Spice Girls’ team – they will travel around for the tour setting up the stage before and breaking down after (there may even be 2 teams working on stages in parallel)

  3. Ben Redmond

    Have members of the Milk Marketing Board and tailors in Savile Row been funding Farage’s Brexit Party?

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