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RIDE is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gig was great. Ride's gig was great but my tickets didn't receive so I have to collect tuckets at the venue. But I couldn't receive physical tickets finally. I could enter the venue but where's my tickets? I paid the postage for that. Please send me physical tickets!! I'm so angry about that.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Back to Nowhere A stunning gig. Assured, understated and mesmerising. The friend I went with was instantly converted.
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Old men play old music to old men Ah, Ride. 1990, 1991, 1992. University. Good times. Seemed like a good idea to go and see them again, but I was also a bit wary. I've been to see bands like The Wedding Present on their 'xth anniversary of y album' tours and it's all a bit tragic: the audience demographic is mostly fat or balding (often both) men who were once the gig-going part of a vibrant music scene. Now they are just fat and balding men reliving their past glories by seeing an old favourite band. But, do you know what? So are some of the band. It's safe to say that time has not been good to Andy Bell, shall we say? But in the end, who cares? He can still play the guitar (though it did sound dreadfully out of tune a couple of times, and I'm no musician) and, overall, it was fun. Ride were good, but not 'amazing'. They didn't speak to me like I was 21 again, but I did enjoy the gig. Some old favourites were -played, then the whole of the 'Nowhere' album. They indulged themselves a bit but then wasn't the whole thing a massive, nostalgic self-indulgence, both for band and punters? Still some fine tracks in there. Vapour Trail, Taste, In A Different Place. These are the songs from where I was young and 20-odd years old they may be now, but I still had fun. Thanks for the Ride.
Date published: 2015-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic gig Great atmosphere The band played their debut album Nowhere in it's entirety. Amazing album still sounds great after 25 years.Hopefully new material in the near future.Great atmosphere and nice venue.
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Back To Nowhere Back together and ready to perform Nowhere in full Ride split this effectively acting as their own support. The first set opens with an epic Leave Them All Behind lasting close on 15 minutes. The sound is superb and they sound like a band who have played together continuously for 25 years not one who have had a hiatus. Gardener and Bell play off each other while Colbert's drumming sets the pace with Queralt's bass. From this it's straight into Like A Daydream and a trawl through the non Nowhere backcatalogue, which sounds surprisingly fresh and actually better than I remember it sounding on record - making me want to go back and revisit it a bit more. Gardener's voice is strong and the guitar work, as you would expect, superb. A brief intermission and change of backdrop to the iconic cover and it's straight to Nowhere. What we get is a stunning interpretation of the album. Given there's not a weak track on the album it makes for a blissful 45 to 50 minutes. Nowhere finished we cut into Taste, Here And Now and Nowhere before a blistering encore of the classics Drive Blind and Chelsea Girl. Drive Blind featuring an extraordinary breakdown in the middle in a squall of guitars and feedback with dramatic lighting - it sounds and feels like the soundtrack to the end of the world. This sounds and feels like a band relaxed and at the top of their game.
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Well worth the wait! I never got to see Ride first time around and was really looking forward to this gig. I wasn't disappointed! They followed the Peter Hook and the Light example of doing the hits before performing Nowhere in full, in honour of it being 25 (yes, 25!) years since it was released. I really couldn't fault the show, sound was excellent and the band are one of the best live acts I've ever seen, and given I've seen quite a few I don't say that lightly! When they next tour I'll definitely get tickets, if you're a fan of the band I'd recommend you do too!
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ride - Nowhere 25 - Birmingham My 3rd time seeing the Oxford heroes live this year and they just get better. A set, seminal album played to perfection and an encore. The quality and staminer of this band went beyond all expectations as they rattled through the hits and fan favourites. What an absolute joy to watch.
Date published: 2015-11-06
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