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Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 20:30

Vote for Tokio Hotel being on the front of Rock One HERE!!!

Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 20:23

We got this question about the magazine Rock One if its sold in Sweden, what I can see its not sold in Sweden but Ive not looked everywhere, but Im sure that its not sold at Press Stop just checked their site. But try other magazine stores! They might have it I dont know!

Hope this helped a little and if anyone finds it here in Sweden please write a comment or e-mail us at:

Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 20:22

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Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 17:18

Czech voting results have been published.

1. Eva a Vašek - Bíla orchidej
2. Sámer Issa - Busted
3. Tokio Hotel - Durch den Monsun
4. Ilona Csáková - Růžová
5. Lunetic - Máma

Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 17:08

Vote HERE!! Nelly Furtado cant win over Tokio Hotel!!!

Right now (17:08, Swedish time) they have 55.39% and Nelly Furtado has got 44.61% We gott keep it going this way!!

And soon TH=100% Nelly=0% =p

Av Ica - 8 juni 2008 11:48

It was supposed to have been one of the mega-festival’s highest points but when troubled singer Amy Winehouse shakily stepped onto the stage, intoxicated, unsteady, hoarse and over an hour late, not everyone was impressed with the singer’s first live performance in Portugal.

More than ninety thousand people packed out the Parque da Bela Vista on Rock in Rio’s opening night last Friday, most having waited all day to see Amy. Accompanied by six musicians and two back-up singers, the singer cut a worrying figure on stage, drinking, eating, fidgeting with her dress, unstable on her perilously thin legs, forgetting her lyrics, and, on several occasions, almost falling over.

With her hand in a bandage and a bruise on her neck, more than once her on-stage entourage intervened to save the show, taking over at critical moments during the 50 minute-long performance, which consisted of little more than ten songs from Amy Winehouse’s two albums, including the performer’s mass hits, ‘Back to Black’, ‘Tears Dry on Their Own’ and ‘Rehab’.

On stage she admitted she should have cancelled her performance, but thanked fans for being there and at one point, during the song ‘Love is a Losing Game’, broke down in tears as she told the audience her husband Blake, who is currently in prison, would soon be coming home.

Alanis Morissette, Bon Jovi, Lenny Kravitz, Joss Stone and Rod Stewart were other big names that graced the stage last weekend, to equally huge crowds, but it was teenage German boy-band Tokio Hotel that provided a talking point to rival that of Amy Winehouse.

Following the cancellation of their first concert in Portugal in March, due to lead singer Bill Kaulitz’s bout of laryngitis, thousands of Portuguese teenage fans were famously left in hysterics.

Many of these flocked to Rock in Rio despite another concert being scheduled for 29th June in Lisbon’s Atlantic Pavilion, to see one of Germany’s hottest exports at the moment, and were again left in hysterics.

Hundreds of young girls cried as the band’s line up of songs came to an end, a repertoire of vocal talent that older music fans may have described as somewhat lacklustre.

Making up for it was the singer’s extravagant hair-style, heavy make-up and superstar poses, all of which comprised a visually striking performance that will surely see the young crowds once again queue for hours and in their hundreds at The Pavilion later this month.

This weekend’s agreeable weather meant many concert-goers made their way to Bela Vista Park in the early afternoon, relaxing in the countryside, beer in hand, making the most of the sunshine before the first of the evening’s line up kicked off.

With so much to do inside the venue, including a radical sports area, a tent dedicated to fashion and a children’s play area, there is no shortage of pastimes or activities to keep people entertained, though stretching out in the sun and refreshing themselves with a beer seemed to be the occupation of choice for the audience.

This weekend more big names will take to the stage, including Metallica, Muse, Linkin Park and Offspring.

Those wanting to watch from the comfort of their living rooms can see Rock in Rio on Portuguese cable channels SIC Radical or SIC Mulher, or listen to live coverage on radio station RFM.




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