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Brixton Academy, London
Date: 22 Nov 2008
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Publisher:  Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine

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(in no particular order)
Scratch Until You Bleed
Real Surreal
Icon
Shame
Lady Love Your Cunt
All By Myself
Revisited No. 3
Reflections of You
Morphine For The Pain

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    Brixton Memories Needed

    posted Jan 7, 2015, 1:16 PM by Vu Nguyen


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    Carter the USM
    S*M*A*S*H to be mentioned in upcoming Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine mini book by their manager Marc Ollington.  Carter's final date was November 22, 2014.

    Details below:

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    Brixton Memories Needed

    Hi there,

    I am attempting to write a mini book (about 100 pages or so) about Carter’s fourteen gigs at the Brixton Academy – as we lead up to the 15th and the last one.

    The plan is to finish this by late October and publish it right away for a few quid as an ebook. This won’t be a Carter biog (Jim Bob has already brilliantly done that) but instead will focus on some amazing gigs Carter have played at (what I think is) London’s most iconic venue.

    The mini book will be the story of what happened at each gig. I’ll look at what tour it was from, where they were in their career at this point and all the bonkers things that happened. I’ll have interviews with key figures like the support bands and the promoters. And even Jim Bob and Fruity themselves will be made to say something.

    I also wanted to hear from you lot though. If you have anything interesting to say about any Carter Brixton gig send me an email. I’m after your memories, like one of those dream catchers (or something). How was it as a sixteen year old going for Brixton to the first time to see Carter? How did you feel in 2007 when you heard they were getting back together for another gig? Basically I want to hear about anything to do with Carter and Brixton, and what the gigs have meant to you. I will try and include as many contributions as possible and I’ll give anyone a credit who I use. Get writing is what I say.

    So if you have anything to say please message me here on this page.

    I have included the list of all the Brixton gigs below to jog your memories.

    I really want to finish this so please help me out! For once I will finish something I start…

    Marc x

    CARTER USM @BRIXTON ACADEMY

    1. 31/03/90 - Support to Birdland with Silverfish & Cud
    2. 22/06/91 - Senseless Things + Resque
    3. 09/11/91 - Inspiral Carpets + The Family Cat
    4. 22/05/92 - Band of Holy Joy + Fabulous
    5. 23/05/92 - Sultans of Ping + Frank & Walters
    6. 21/12/92 - The Family Cat + Frank & Walters
    7. 22/12/92 - The Family Cat + Mucky Pup
    8. 22/10/93 - Sultans of Ping + Blink
    9. 23/10/93 - Mega City Four + Blade
    10. 02/11/07 - Sultans of Ping
    11. 22/11/08 - EMF + S*M*A*S*H
    12. 14/11/09 - The King Blues + Tim Ten Yen
    13. 19/11/11 - Sultans of Ping + Frank & Walters
    14. 10/11/12 - Neds Atomic Dustbin + Cud
    15. 22/11/14



    From Al McMordie:

    The concert, at Brixton Academy, was brilliant. S*M*A*S*H opened up the Carter USM-headlined gig (EMF also was on the bill), and played nine songs:
      (in no particular order)
      Scratch Until You Bleed
      Real Surreal
      Icon
      Shame
      Lady Love Your Cunt
      All By Myself
      Revisited No. 3
      Reflections of You
      Morphine For The Pain
    The band was in top form, and there was a surprising number of folks who were there to just see them. Most of the audience were Carter USM devotees, and S*M*A*S*H seemed to win them over as well.

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie

    * SMASH (11/22/2008), photo by Al McMordie
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