High on Placebo
There’s more setlist from Battle for the Sun album. Less from the classic: English Summer Rain, Nancy Boy & Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush’s cover) — yes, it’s very much a nostalgic playlist to me.
They play Every You Every Me, and that was good enough reason being in the smoke-filled mosh pit.
I didn’t have decent camera with me — make do with P&S.
More Brian Molko (minus the arse money-shot. What?), Stefan Olsdal (pecs and abs. What??) and Steve Forrest (boyish bad boy looks. What???) at this less sexually charge entry.
I spent RM100 that day on cab fare (don’t you love public transport in KL?), going around Subang, Damansara and KL.
After few month of procrastinating, I finally send my Canon EOS 5D Mark II and a couple of lenses to Canon HQ for servicing.
Gone to UFL to book Leatherman CX for my knife collection, since the staff at The Gardens & Mid Valley didn’t help much with the reservation.
Did some tax paperwork at LHDN, Jalan Duta.
Hours of browsing at Kinokuniya, which didn’t help with my current pledge for frugality — I bought 2 books there, whereas I already bought 1 book at the Borders, 2 days ago. Ouch!
The short walk to Life Centre from KLCC is all I need to end the hectic day with a blast of rock and roll from Placebo.
As in Hunny Madu (the Fly FM host for the show) shout out: It’s prayer time, yo!
Yes, I realized the irony of respecting the muezzin called for Isyak prayer in a hall full of testosterone and estrogen level mingling around. I much suspect it as a prayer for the Twilight Actiongirl to end their rave mix and let the real party begin!