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Al Gore's Live Earth
« en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:07:27 »
Muse confirma hoy que les han pedido unirse al Live Earth; macroconcierto tipo Live8 organizado por Al Gore para concienciar al mundo sobre la importancia del problema existente con el calentamiento global. Dicho acontecimiento podría celebrarse simultáneamente en todos los continentes el 7 de julio.

El grupo ha mostrado su interés por participar en el evento, pero cuentan con el problema de que ese mismo día tocan en Irlanda...

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Rumours of a number of massive gigs being staging later this year have been circulating around the industry ever since former US Vice President eco-campaigner Al Gore organised a conference with many of the heads of the UK record industry in London last week.

During the meeting he was rumoured to have asked for the support of some of the biggest bands in the world, asking them to play a series of gigs to raise awareness of global warming.

Now Muse have confirmed that the event will be taking place, and they’re amongst the bands who’ve been approached to play. Speaking to Xfm drummer Dom Howard explained,

“We’ve been asked yes, there gonna something happening, some big global gig. Apparently it’s gonna happen.

“I don’t know whether anyone is supposed to know about it, but it happening in seven continents, around the world, all on the seventh [of July] in 24 hours, and there’s going to be loads of band playing. That all I know.”

And with that, the cat was well and truly hurled out of the bag.

When asked if Muse would like to take part in the event, singer Matt Bellamy added, “We’re thinking about it, there’s an issue, we’ll see how it goes. We’ve got a gig on that same day, in Ireland you see, so we need to work out if we can make it or not. That’s basically what it depends on.”

Other stars rumoured to be playing include U2, The Spice Girls, The Police, Oasis, Robbie Williams, Radiohead, Keane, Kylie Minogue and Coldplay and the venue for the London leg of the event is rumoured to be the newly constructed Wembley Stadium.

http://www.xfm.co.uk/Article.asp?id=351323

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #1 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:09:51 »
No me he leído todo eso, pero me ha parecido muy buena la idea :laugh:

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #2 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:27:09 »
Las Spice Girls??? :huh:

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #3 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:40:15 »
Comorr?? (Va siendo hora de leer la entrevista, no?) xD


Más o menos ya me la he leído, pillo el significado pero no los detalles. Como éste:

And with that, the cat was well and truly hurled out of the bag.
« última modificación: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:43:30 por Mozz »

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #4 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 21:57:23 »
vaya, precisamente esta mañana he ido al cine con los de clase a ver su documental Una verdad incómoda, da que pensar.

ésto es royo Live Aid no??

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #5 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 22:04:12 »
vaya, precisamente esta mañana he ido al cine con los de clase a ver su documental Una verdad incómoda, da que pensar.
A mí me ha dicho mi profesor ecologista que vayamos a verla pero ninguno le hacemos caso xD

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #6 en: Jue, 15 de Feb del 2007, a las 23:44:03 »
por si alguien lo kiere leer en castellano, en la bbc mundo spanish viene

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/spanish/misc/newsid_6366000/6366767.stm

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #7 en: Vie, 16 de Feb del 2007, a las 06:39:10 »
y ahí va más información sobre el Live Earth aparecida ahora mismo en elpais.com (no mentan a Muse)

http://www.elpais.com/articulo/cultura/Acordes/calentamiento/global/...


El festival donde supuestamente tocan ese día aún no ha confirmado el cartel... gatos y más gatos xD

http://www.oxegen.ie/

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #8 en: Mar, 20 de Feb del 2007, a las 15:58:11 »
Atención a la foto que han puesto de Muse en el artículo que aparece sobre esto en Zona Musical... muy apropiada... xD

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hay que joderse, les ha faltado ponerle caption :lol:
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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #9 en: Mar, 20 de Feb del 2007, a las 17:44:53 »
xD

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #10 en: Mar, 20 de Feb del 2007, a las 22:53:34 »
 xD la foto es perfecta para el cambio climatico  xD

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #11 en: Mié, 21 de Feb del 2007, a las 00:35:26 »
Al Gore es parecido a "Al Gero" :blink:
follow the white rabbit...

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #12 en: Mié, 21 de Feb del 2007, a las 00:38:27 »
Al Gore es parecido a "Al Gero" :blink:

gran observación  xD

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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #13 en: Jue, 12 de Abr del 2007, a las 17:11:44 »
Muse Think Live Earth May Be A Bit Silly
April 12th, 2007 at 11:00 by C J Davies


It's odd, isn't it, how you can sometimes find yourself with a grudging respect for someone you previously had no time for?

Like when Michael Winner called Richard Littlejohn an "arsehole" on live television, thereby almost redeeming himself after producing years of misogynist hateful rubbish.

Almost.

A similar thing has happened with Matt Bellamy of rocker-types Muse. Hecklerspray, you see, hasn't really seen eye to eye with Muse in the past - mainly because they're a bunch of wailing unoriginal prog-borers who no doubt foam with excitement whenever they're within thirty feet of a Pink Floyd record.

And now? Now we're going to add them to our Christmas card list. Why? Because - unlike so many publicity-seeking celebrity idiots - they're one of the first people to actually question the logic of holding a gigantic energy-devouring concert in order to 'tackle' climate change.


We're talking, of course, about Live Earth - officially all set to be the hypocritical ego-fuelled all-star shindig of the summer.

What's that? Elton John - a man who used to spend £100,000 a day on flowers - telling the world how much he hates poverty? Get with it, Grandad - that's so 2005! This year we're all looking forward to Madonna waggling her finger in our faces and telling us how dreadfully naughty we all are at one of the Live Earth concerts.

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy shared his thoughts:

    "Private jets for climate change, not sure about it that seems to be a bit on edge really- that's an issue really, so we need to think about it!" 

Ashok Sinah, director of Stop Climate Chaos, has leapt to the defence of the soon-to-be-assembled pop stars, however:

    "They have to reduce carbon emissions, we have to do reduce carbon emissions, and in just the same way that we may look at a pop star and say, ‘you use more carbon than I do,' then people from Africa could look at us and think we don't go flying around everywhere, I have met people in Africa who haven't even made a phone call let alone get on a plane." 

To which three responses immediately spring to mind:

a) Yes, we do all have to reduce carbon emissions, and therefore should have better things to worry about than arranging a nice big pop concert,

b) While we do over-consume in our society, there's a fair bit of difference between our mate Dave leaving his Volvo running for five minutes and Bono chartering a private jet simply to fly his hat back from New York,

and c) stop being such a patronising dick.

Anyway - we're going to have go now. Apparently Razorlight are on the phone with the solution to the Middle East Crisis, and we're due for a meeting with Robbie Williams about how best to tackle the problem of growing gang culture within poverty-stricken urbanised communities.

Should have it all sorted by lunchtime, mind.

http://www.hecklerspray.com/muse-think-live-earth-may-be-a-bit-silly/20067849.php

(el artículo viene acompañado de una foto que os hará reír)

(sí, absteneros de equisdeses y comentarios vacíos sobre la foto; ya sabemos que es lo más)
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Re: Al Gore's Live Earth
« Respuesta #14 en: Jue, 12 de Abr del 2007, a las 17:19:43 »
Hombre algo estupido puede parecer el Live Earth, pero yo que se gastara mucha energia, blablabla blabla, pero esto no es para k la gente pille conciencia? Si vamos asi, el LIVE 8 fue una estupidez pk se sabia k los otros aria lo k le saliera del forro de la chaketa...

 

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