Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

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Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 11. jul 2019, 15:53

Ja, den får sgu ikke for lidt - Ikke alene har Thomas Treo allerede skrevet anmeldelsen af aftenens koncert, han høster nu også 'point' for at forudsige, hvordan det kommer til at gå.

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 11. jul 2019, 16:20

Tager den gode Treo da fejl? Har han ikke fucket deres lyd op i knap 40år efterhånden?

Ved ikke hvad det er med mænd oppe i alderen, der tror, at deres hørelse stadig er god nok til at lave lyd.

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 11. jul 2019, 17:05

Slet da linket, så får EB ikke flere reklamepenge ud af den slags injurier.
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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 11. jul 2019, 23:30

Ekstra Bladet er et sindssygt useriøst medie, og Thomas Treo er en parodi på en musikanmelder. Jeg kan simpelthen ikke tage ham alvorligt.
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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 12. jul 2019, 01:14

Ekstrabladets anmelder Thomas Treo har længe irriteret mig. En anmelder som næsten vender tomlen ned til alt han hører, burde spørge sig selv om det ikke er fordi han har en meget snæver musikforståelse.
https://www.bt.dk/musik/anmeldelse-meta ... a-roskilde
BT´anmelder kan ikke få armene ned. 6 ud af 6 stjerner.
Og så ligner Thomas Treo en beatnik fra 70erne og Arne fra Jul på Vesterbro.

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 12. jul 2019, 02:12

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 12. jul 2019, 06:09

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 12. jul 2019, 11:59

Fedt nok at de vælger at bruge Apocalypticas cover.
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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 16. jul 2019, 16:24

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 16. jul 2019, 19:38

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Re: Ekstrabladets karaktermord på Big Mick

Indlæg Skrevet: 16. jul 2019, 20:16

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