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po dlhom case sme sa s kapelou vybrali koncertovat do vzdialenejsieho kutu nasej republiky. ako som dal znat uz z nadpisu, boli to malacky. velmi poucny vylet nam opat mnoho dal. napriklad nabuduce uz urcite berieme aj mapu :) ... velka skoda, ze kvoli pocasiu sme museli hrat v priestoroch kulturneho domu. priestor aj zvuk boli pekne, avsak zdvihnut atmosferu na aku taku uroven v poloprazdnom kine je dost obtiazne. aj napriek tomu vsetkemu sme z malaciek odchadzali so ctou. rad by som si vsak koncert zopakoval na prilahlom nadvori (prvoplanovom mieste koncertu). musim vsak pochvalit malacky, respektive ich kulturne stredisko. tak pekne a vkusne vynovene kino som uz dlho nevidel, aj ked nam tam nezneli alikvotne tony a na troch kilohertzoch to trochu pokrivkavalo ...

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Palimir said…
Raz darmo IBANEZ je len slabši slovenský priemer

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