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Logos - another pinnacle in TD long and outstanding career. Pity we never got a double CD version with the entire show as it happened.


Here here.........if ever an albuM deserved the double release this was one IMHO :wink:


Ah well there's always the 30th Anniversary ! How about it Edgar ? purlease ! 8)

Gets my vote.



No Pressure then Edgar ! you'll sell at least three copies ! :lol:

Would it help if I offered to buy two copies. :wink:


You pushing the Boat out Chris ? :lol:


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I remeber (JUST) being there for the gig, i've a not good memory and can't remember if that was the year i saw them loads? After the british tour did they play the paris olympia ? If so then i went over there as well and caught both shows early and later. I'm sure someone will help me remember if it was.


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I remeber (JUST) being there for the gig, i've a not good memory and can't remember if that was the year i saw them loads? After the british tour did they play the paris olympia ? If so then i went over there as well and caught both shows early and later. I'm sure someone will help me remember if it was.


I think the Paris Olypia concerts were 1986 ? this would have been 1982.


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See i new some 1 would remeber cheers timer, it was with working and going to so many gigs in the 80's i just forget. Got nothing do with the beer and stuff :D .


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See i new some 1 would remeber cheers timer, it was with working and going to so many gigs in the 80's i just forget. Got nothing do with the beer and stuff :D .


I know exactly where you are coming from Dave, the amount of gigs I went to in the early 80's, nearly one a week ! , I can't remember half of the content, apart from the one's which really stood out, and seeing TD in Bristol , I think 4 nights before Logos was recorded, was one of those outstanding shows.

The 1986 concerts were just as memorable !. :D


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See i new some 1 would remeber cheers timer, it was with working and going to so many gigs in the 80's i just forget. Got nothing do with the beer and stuff :D .


I know exactly where you are coming from Dave, the amount of gigs I went to in the early 80's, nearly one a week ! , I can't remember half of the content, apart from the one's which really stood out, and seeing TD in Bristol , I think 4 nights before Logos was recorded, was one of those outstanding shows.

The 1986 concerts were just as memorable !. :D


That Paris 86 show is one of my BIG favorites,awesome TD 8)

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See i new some 1 would remeber cheers timer, it was with working and going to so many gigs in the 80's i just forget. Got nothing do with the beer and stuff :D .


I know exactly where you are coming from Dave, the amount of gigs I went to in the early 80's, nearly one a week ! , I can't remember half of the content, apart from the one's which really stood out, and seeing TD in Bristol , I think 4 nights before Logos was recorded, was one of those outstanding shows.

The 1986 concerts were just as memorable !. :D


That Paris 86 show is one of my BIG favorites,awesome TD 8)


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Ah yes, Parisian Dreams ! wonderfull recording even if in some parts it sounds like the audience is having some sort of riot ! .


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wish I got to see them in the 80s.....Poland,Logos,Pergamon three of TD`s best albums and all live from the 80s.


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wish I got to see them in the 80s.....Poland,Logos,Pergamon three of TD`s best albums and all live from the 80s.


Most certainly was an experience - saw them in 82 for the first time then twice in 86, but I think I still get the same joy from seeing them now as I did then.


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I won`t mention Destination Berlin though ;)


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I won`t mention Destination Berlin though ;)



yep, but the great thing about DB is that its a great album if you dont listen to it :P :D

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I won`t mention Destination Berlin though ;)



yep, but the great thing about DB is that its a great album if you dont listen to it :P :D


Its not THAT bad ! is it ? :o


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All this is bringing back some memories, An Ex driving down the motorway on bomfire night to go to Birmingham Odean New Street see the dream and Chris Franke giving me and mate Bailey a Black tour jacket at 1 of the gigs after the show. Going in to East Berlin when we went the Riegstag gig coming back to the west and Ant an Rich went through check point and i got stopped because i had some East German marks still on me. I had to open a bank account in the East!!
God loads of things coming back.


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I won`t mention Destination Berlin though ;)



yep, but the great thing about DB is that its a great album if you dont listen to it :P :D


Its not THAT bad ! is it ? :o


its not as enjoyable as LOGOS :D

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