Linkin Park gig – Friggin awesome!

Four days have passed and I’m still having withdrawal symptoms from Linkin Park’s gig. It was a mind-blowing experience and I left the stadium with my ears ringing and my voice hoarse from all the screaming. I’ve said it before when they performed at the Padang in 2004 and I’ll say it again – Linkin Park’s friggin AWESOME!!! No doubt about it! The performance was simply electrifying and explosive and spectacular; what the heck, I could go on forever. LP’s just bloody GREAT!

The concert was delayed for an hour but LP is definitely worth waiting for. Yes, I have no complaints whatsoever even though I had to pee but didn’t dare to leave my seat for fear of missing the opening of the concert. Nothing is going to make me miss that!

Mosh pit A

The view of the stage and mosh pit A from my seat.

Mosh pit B

Mosh pit B – how can anyone in this mosh pit see anything beyond the barricade and sea of heads in pit A? Poor souls.

Linkin Park!

Awesome backdrop! I particularly like this one with the monogram. I have to say they had some pretty cool backdrops this time round.

Besides the photos, I also not-so-secretly took a few video clips of the concert. Strangely enough, the stadium ushers didn’t stop the fans from taking any photos or videos so I took the liberty to record a few clips for keepsake purposes. And of course, for posting on my blog. To be honest, I was so afraid of being hauled out of the arena while taking the clips. Just like what happened at the Good Charlotte gig. Hahahaha.

That was LP performing No More Sorrow, if you haven’t already guessed from the loud, angsty “No More Sorrow!!!” coming from my sis towards the end of the clip. Well, I’d like to think that was her. *guffaws*

That was the last bit of What I’ve Done and almost full song of Faint. I enjoyed myself at the gig but I wished they could perform more songs. Still, it was a great performance by LP. To those fans who missed the gig – where have you been?!!

Let’s just hope they won’t wait make us wait another three and a half years before popping by our sunny island again! I wanna watch LP again!!! Oh yes, I think it must’ve been the first time Shir has seen me get so excited. Hmm… I think excited is somewhat an understatement. *lol*

Linkin Park live in Singapore!

So the rumours are true!!!

Linkin Park is coming to Singapore again! The band will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 13 November as part of their Asia Tour. I got wind of the news on MTV yesterday and fortunately for my sis and I, the concert will be held before our Melbourne trip. Phew… I’d kick myself if I had to miss it! I’m definitely going to the concert and guess what, I’m already looking forward to November! Muahahaha! So exciting! You can get your tickets at Sistic if you want to watch LP in Singapore. They’re awesome, I tell ya!

Enough of LP for now. Here’s something irrelevant but so hilarious that I just had to put it up. Well, hilarious to me anyway. I stumbled upon this website when I googled “Owen Hargreaves” at the office the other day. Hargreaves, however, isn’t the reason behind this post. These people are:

Tomas Rosicky

Tomas Rosicky vs K.D. Lang
(resemblance: 3 out of 5 stars)
A man being compared to a woman is always worth a laugh, albeit an androgynous-looking Ms Lang.

Jonathan Woodgate

Jonathan Woodgate vs The Edge
(resemblance: 3.5 out of 5 stars)
Real Madrid reject Jonathan Woodgate can certainly consider a career change. To WWE, of course.

Xabi Alonso

Xabi Alonso vs Mark Wahlberg (aka Marky Mark in the early 90s)
(resemblance: 4 out of 5 stars)
Same brooding look. Same pout. I doubt Alonso’s got Mark Wahlberg’s bod though. Hmm… hard to say eh?

Sam Alladyce

Sam Allardyce vs Boss Nass
(resemblance factor: 4.5 out of 5 stars)
Who the hell is Boss Nass? No matter, Sam Allardyce has definitely nailed that maniacal snarl.

and last but not least…

Dirk Kuyt

Dirk Kuyt vs Sloth
(resemblance: 5 out of 5 stars)
This one takes the cake! I’ll never see Dirk Kuyt in the same light ever again. *guffaws*