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I loved Kill Bill for two reasons: the rennaisance of Daryl Hannah as an evil PVC clad nurse and it introduced me to the 5678s. I immediately bought their Bomb the Rocks album and when we found out they were playing the Dirty Water Club in Kentish Town, Sam scooted down to Sounds that Swing in Camden and purchased two tickets. They were wild! Matching sixties gold frocks, bee hives and a strong punky sound. Ronnie the lead singer rocked the crowd and everyone joined in with woo hoo's where appropriate - it was like a punk rock sing-a-long!
For the encore they played Mr Lee and the crowd of Brazilians, Camden punks, indie boys and old rockers went mental. A bit much for me, I sang my heart out from the side - pushing the pogo-ers back into the frenzied crowd if they strayed too far. Ronnie gave a young Brazilian girl who was in near hysterics a guitar pick, I was going to offer to turn it into an earring for her but on closer inspection she had both ear lobes stretched with plastic plugs. They're playing again tonight, but get there early if you don't have a ticket as the queue was stretching down to the Bus Stop on Junction road...woo hoo!
They are like the Ronettes of rock Â´nÂ´ roll ---
leona, you're much too cool for school. you should be illegal, or something.
woo hoo wooo hoo hoooooo...!!
Aw sounds awesome! I am loving their beehives, oh so chic!
Love Lorna xXx
omg i love the 5,6,7,8s.For a costume party my friends and i went as them, i even had matching gold dresses for us all and nobody knew who we were.aww well
the 5,6,7,8s are sooo spiffy!
They played like 5 mins from my house, and i went,(obviously!)
i took the lil bookthingy from my cd and at the end since i was right at the front and um dunno, i was lucky i got to go backstage and meet them and they signed it for me! :DDDD
but they cant speak english very well :P there songs are brillooooo...
Ahh I love 5678's - I got to see them at Reading '04 and they where so much fun! Especially when the whole crowd sang "Woo hoo" along with them!