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SHAME is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shame at their brilliant best!!! This was the third time seeing Shame in the space of five months. Usually doing this sort of thing would maybe leave you a little bit bored or feeling a bit of deja vu...not where Shame are involved. Every song that you have heard before is thrust into your brain and shaken about so that your legs are moving and a permanent grin is plastered all over your face. This bunch of very clever lads keep finding a ridiculous amount of energy from out of nowhere. A once quiet Lending Room that used to be an old library suddenly erupts into a mad frenzy, it's a good job the books are gone as they would have left a mess of biblical proportions!!!! Shame left victorious yet again!
Date published: 2017-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Godly shame you beauties. Good lord I could cry about how good that gig was
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Walk on the Beguiled Side Magnet, Liverpool, 25th April 2017. Queen Zee and the Sasstones were a massive bonus as the first act of the evening and they are rapidly becoming one of your author's favourite live bands - full of boundless energy, raw punk attitude and the effervescent wit and sparkle of one of the music scene's most charismatic and enigmatic frontpeople. And they can play too - heavy, urgent, as tight as a matador's kecks and utterly compelling..... and then he was a she. Brilliant .... Sorry have faint echoes of Elastika and are quickly evolving into a strong and staple support on the circuit. Included in their powerful set was a bassline borrowed directly from the Pistols' classic Submission, but within a solid and suitably strong song all their own. They are surely destined for bigger and better things as a headline act in their own right - they certainly have no reason to apologise.... With the street smarts of The Streets and the leer of Lydon, Shame arrived at Magnet on the crest of a huge wave of hype and anticipation and lived up to every tweet, every post, every spoken word of mouth recommendation and every column inch thus far written. A set of extraordinary, mesmerising power - a genuine 'I was there' moment. They promised to return to Liverpool and so will I to see them - this is the most energetic live act in the country and again, they can play. Brilliantly. No shame in that.... Liverpool City is the place where they said Hey Babe......
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sheer class One of the best new bands about. Amazing from start to finish, will definitely see Shame again.
Date published: 2017-04-28
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