First of all, sorry Berlin for sounding harsh, but i need to say some bad things..;)
I arrived @ the Olympiastadium around 20:45 and i heared? -- Nothing! -- Okay, people, whats up with you? Is there a great concert or are you guys a club of pensioners? Lame ducks everywhere, i was dissapointed! ;(
On time 9 pm, Dave, Martin and Andrew entered the Stage, the setlist should be well known, but for all others, here is it again:
The first one and a half hour, the crowd was totally lazy!! No Hands, less singing, many people walking around, no celebration .. I was shocked! In comparsion with Leipzig there was nothing!
In Leipzig the crowd was crazy from the very beginning, In Berlin, lazy till 3/4 of the concert, shame on you berlin, They dont deserve such a blame!
But you got the bill, Dave didnt get stripped his waistcoat as he did in Leipzig after a couple of songs.
Okay, now the good things :-)
To see 70.000 people and to hear the imposant noise was it worth to wait this time, during and after Enjoy the Silence Berlin woke up, but far to late... Anyway it was again a perfect show, Dave seems to be fit as never before, he plays with the audience, Martin has still his little boy behaviour and is only sweet... somehow ;)
Conclusion, the one and only capital of synthpop in germany is Leipzig. If there will be a next time, i reecommend to visit the show there.
Berlin. dont be angry and dont take it personally! Next time, just do it better :-)
With the release of "Interface" in april 2005, Liquid Divine managed to convince critics and consumers by a mixture of danceable elements and the creation of an unique futuristic sound. "Interface" has been released in Germany, USA and Poland so far. One song of "Interface", "something trivial", became a clubhit and has been released for radiopromotion in form of a limited remix-single in Poland.
In january 2007 Liquid Divine release their second record called "Black Box" via Infacted Recordings in Germany and as a 2CD-Edition in Poland via Vision music. "Black Box" combines the fortes of "Interface" with fresh influences of very modern electronic music, a style which finally presents the fusion of body and mind.
After the release of “Black Box” Liquid Divine did a support-tour for Seabound, followed by several gigs with Sono, Assemblage 23 and another. In 2008 Liquid Divine released “Sojourner” [vocals by Frank M. Spinath] to present a forerunner of their 3rd longawaited and forthcoming album “Autophobia”.
Liquid Divine returns for a 3rd strike. The album will be released via Infacted Recordings in Germany and Western Europe and via Vision Music in Poland.
“Autophobia” will probably contain 12 tracks including guest vocals performances by Frank M. Spinath [Seabound | Edge of dawn] and Yrea [Concise]. Stay tuned for more detailed information concerning the making of “autophobia”, tracklist, artwork and release dates!
INTERFACE releasedate: 04-11-2005 BLACK BOX releasedate: 01-26-2007 AUTOPHOBIA releasedate: 10-23-2009