This is the audio from the legendary Olympia video ripped and split into a little mp3 bootleg for your listening pleasure. I left all the banter in because I dig that sort of thing… however, it’s at the end of the tracks so you can easily skip past it if you want
so there ya go. if you enjoy it, please share
Happy Friday everybody.
i’m very excited to tell you that The Boss and AMFrance are bringing us a download for an iconic Arctic Monkeys gig.
Hint: see the above photo.
Other Hint: OLYMPIAAAAAAAAAAA
just be careful cause i’m squealing like a piglet right now and if you come within 15 feet you’re in the splash zone so don’t act like you weren’t warned
IT’S HERE, VIA AM FRANCE:
Remember when some of us watched this together and played the Where’s Blake drinking game and we downed 16 shots (and got massively wasted) because the cameraman just loves him? BRILLIANT TIMES.
I say my Friday night is sorted.
Arctic Monkeys live at the L’Olympia, Paris (100th gig of the SIAS tour)
Oh hey, the full show is up on YouTube. Again. An hour and a half of Arctic Monkeys, with Miles Kane and Richard Hawley. [For everything Olympia, here’s a tag]
Little Illusion Machine (Wirral Riddler) - Miles Kane & the Death Ramps
Live at the L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix - Paris, France (03 February 2012)
Miles fucking Kane, supporting our boys at the Olympia gig (Paris, France - 03 February 2012) - FULL SET
Yeah, well, I need this here.
100th SIAS gig setlist, L’Olympia - Paris, France (via bluevelvet of the forum)
// For everything Olympia, there’s this tag
Everything Olympia is tagged, just so you know. If I were to make a “best of SIAS era” list, this gig/livestream will definitely be on it.
You And I, Richard Hawley and the Death Ramps - one night only performance at the Olympia (Paris, France - 03 February 2012) [via calicanuck]
Arctic Monkeys’s 100th gig for the SIAS era, live at the Olympia (Paris, France) - FULL SHOW
Not sure if this has been posted but… here you go.
Standing Next To Me, TLSP live at Olympia.
Putting this here… via the lovely Arno of AMUS, of course.