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Levs Chat / Re: Zeitgeist 30th Anniversary Tour
« Last post by vanishing.point on September 18, 2020, 12:31:15 PM »
 
   
  ;) end of confusion and puzzle about the Zeitgeist release and chart date
 
 return to the main issue of the topic-
 there was no Zeitgeist 20th Anniversary Tour in 2015 and
 the chance for a 30th Anniversary Tour is good for some years of suspense from now on 8)   
 
 
 
 
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Levs Chat / Re: Zeitgeist 30th Anniversary Tour
« Last post by vanishing.point on September 16, 2020, 05:08:10 PM »
more confusing stuff   

today 16.09.2020 -  25th Anniversary !?
 Zeitgeist on top of the UK album charts 10. - 16.09. -  22.09.1995
- according to wikipedia chart history and the officialcharts history nowadays

edit: """Chart date
(week ending)
"""  ;)
   
release date 28.08.95
- according to the official "25th Anniversary Zeitgeist release message"   
 
? in combination not fitting to a 7 days sales week / the calendar 



 
Mon 28.08.1995
Tue 29.
Wed 30.
Thu 31. 
Fri 1.09.1995
Sat 2.   
Sun 3.
  Mon 4.
  Tue 5.
  Wed 6.
  Thu 7.
  Fri 8.
  Sat 9.   
  Sun 10. = Zeitgeist two weeks available
Mon 11.
Tue 12.
Wed 13.
Thu 14.
Fri 15.
     Sat 16. 
     Sun 17.
     Mon 18.
     Tue 19.
     Wed 20.
     Thu 21.
     Fri 22.
Sat 23.
...


Zeitgeist on top of the UK album charts 11.09.1995-17.09.1995
- with 28.08. release, week 2 sales and if new albums release day and new chart week start on Monday
 

edit:  1995 - release day on Monday, new chart week start on Sunday
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Levs Chat / Re: Your 25 Songs for The Final Show (by the Levellers)
« Last post by vanishing.point on September 13, 2020, 10:10:11 AM »
years later and with four weeks PEACE...
 

Far Away
The Fear
100 Years Of Solitude
15 Years
Sell Out
Belarus
Hard Fight
Hope Street
Truth Is
Burning Hate Like Fire (+Didg.)
Men-an-Tol
Generation Fear
A Life Less Ordinary
4 a.m. 
Leave This Town
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England My Home
Dance Before The Storm
Confess
Fight Or Flight
Battle Of The Beanfield
The Men Who Would Be King
Albion & Phoenix
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Sleeping
Liberty
One Way (+Didg.)



for the first time really too many cuts - to me the live finale need two days from now on   
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Levs Chat / Re: Meet the Levs in the past... LIVE
« Last post by vanishing.point on September 11, 2020, 04:53:57 PM »
timetravel...

" The 20 greatest Glastonbury performances ranked...

;)A gigantic crowd stretching away
over hill and vale.
     
A generation s prejudices and expectations overturned like a flick of dust off the shoulder. A 40-minute blast of pure, undiluted zeitgeist. A setlist chiselled into quicksilver by Zeus and carried to the stage by a choir of winged roadies. Or maybe just the Dalai Lama, blowing out the candles on a birthday cake.

These are just a few of the reasons why a gig playing out on the hallowed grounds of Worthy Farm might go down in Glastonbury folklore  - one of those iconic moments that don t just make the weekend, but mark out the evolution of pop culture. Glastonbury is where musical history is made and cultural colossi are crowned on a near-annual basis...
 
 Mark Beaumont picks some of Glastonbury's greatest moments to date....here s our rundown of the sets that almost toppled the Tor.



xx. The Levellers - Pyramid Stage 1994

Sometimes quantity really does matter as much as quality. Without a steel fence to keep the gatecrashers away, Glasto was officially free and the Levellers played to what is reported to have been the festival s largest ever crowd to date, estimated at 300,000. "

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/glastonbury-best-performances-ever-headliners-greatest-all-time-ranked-a8967771.html 
 
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Levs Chat / Re: PEACE
« Last post by vanishing.point on September 11, 2020, 10:11:05 AM »
 four weeks PEACE sounds clear like a PEACE tour should present all 11 album tracks live.
 encore about 50(!) minutes - to vary songs in a heavy rotation style  8)
 

 favourite song (in the first four weeks and with a non-existing lead to some others)
 Burning Hate Like Fire
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Levs Chat / Live in the Big Top
« Last post by Alex Sutton on August 30, 2020, 01:32:52 PM »
Hi does anyone have the link to the Mp3 download of the Levs acoustic in the Big Top from BD last year?

I know the audio/photos were on YouTube recently and the link was going to be available shortly afterwards but I can't find it.

Cheers
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Levs Chat / Re: UK Album Charts Number Ones History feat. PEACE & Folklore
« Last post by vanishing.point on August 29, 2020, 10:47:24 AM »
no second week for PEACE in the TOP 100 - was midweek at 30 something as I remember.
JAMES DEAN BRADFIELD - EVEN IN EXILE (6) is out too.
So from the four TOP 10 new entries in the PEACE week only BIFFY CLYRO 1>10 and SEA GIRLS 3>91 are in again.   

Taylor and Folklore and some others are still pretty immune to a fall.

UK Album Chart 28.08.2020

1    New    
IMPLODING THE MIRAGE - KILLERS
 
2    4    
SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM FOR THE MOON - POP SMOKE
 
3    2    
FOLKLORE - TAYLOR SWIFT
 
4    New    
THE NEON - ERASURE
 
5    5    
LEGENDS NEVER DIE - JUICE WRLD
 
6    New    
WE GET BY - JAMIE WEBSTER
 
7    9    
DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT - LEWIS CAPALDI
 
8    7    
FUTURE NOSTALGIA - DUA LIPA
 
9    10    
FINE LINE - HARRY STYLES
 
10    1    
A CELEBRATION OF ENDINGS - BIFFY CLYRO
 
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Levs Chat / officialcharts Number Ones History - every Single & Album ever
« Last post by vanishing.point on August 28, 2020, 11:25:56 AM »
  ;) what I found for the topic starter prompt was the  X-link from wikipedia

officialcharts history area
(21.08.2020)
 

On this page you can see every Official Singles Chart Number 1 in history.

MORE: Listen to a playlist of every Official UK Number 1 Single ever
>



On this page you can see every Official Albums Chart Number 1 in history. 

MORE: View the UK's bestselling album from each and every year in history



Both with scrolling from the 50s to up to date.

 
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Levs Chat / Re: PEACE
« Last post by vanishing.point on August 27, 2020, 02:56:01 AM »
midnight thought about a analogy  ;)   even in years!!

A Weapon Called The Word (1990) <...> PEACE (2020)
Rocky (1976) <...> Rocky Balboa (2006)
 subjectiv stuff but not a fantasy
The emotional impact was very similar with the return of the boxer 2006.
And PEACE includes a fitting booster -Albion & Phoenix- for this unusual comparison.
-  release gaps are 16 years for the boxer and 8 for the Levs - and the music was never such a failure like R5 1990.
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Levs Chat / Re: Shoppers Paradise ~ desired items for the shop
« Last post by vanishing.point on August 23, 2020, 01:39:46 PM »
add-on to
Our Future ?One Week? Puppetshow Cup Set
one cup - one puppet...


? with puppet front and backside on the cup direct opposite
 

was a few minutes distance to......


Logo Drink Glass/es
 Sun, Lev ell ers.-square and the Sun in Eye logo are looking like the first choices
- followed by BDs logo, PEACE  one colour/transparent Phoenix logo (as above here) and the rolling A
coke, milk, beer, juice ... all with slight different effect
 ;) alternative filled with sweet gumdrops and placed on a shelf fitting for camouflage mode 
? not a 0,2l glass at best ? 0,5l for example 
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