Alla inlägg den 2 juli 2008

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Av Ica - 2 juli 2008 21:52

Translation by Stern at tokiohotelamerica.net/forum - please credit her when you use this. Danke!

German band welcomed with hysteria and devotion. After the cancelled concert in March, this time Tokio Hotel did show up.

“Entering Atlantic Pavilion, on “D-day” for Tokio Hotel, it’s not the movement of people that impresses. The balconies are full – of fans and posters, almost all written in german – but the arena (standing) is pretty rarefied. What impresses, as soon as you enter the doors of the biggest lisbon venue, it’s the sound.

The youngs that are concentraded next to the stage – probably, the same that camped during a week in front of Atlantic and became motive of news report in every TV station – unite themselves in an unbelievable colectiv scream each time the “environmental” music stops playing. Assuming that Bill Kaulitz, Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing and Gustav Schäfer, the teenagers that eight years ago created Tokio Hotel, are about to enter the stage. The wildest spectators open their throats and produce such a high and sharp sound that it can be said to be able to perforate the less prepared ears.

1st photo
subtitle: The cheers were at their tops in Atlantic Pavilion.

We say “they in feminine” because, as it was to expect, the large majority of the public is feminine. There are women (mothers that escort their daughters and, in several cases, also know the musics), teen girls and many, many child girls, as the eight years old child that we saw with a white mini skirt, black leggings with the word “sexy” stamped and lips painted with black lipstick. Next to her, the mother helps her in the moments of greater excitment.

At the set time, the boys that all of this girls wanted to see – since March, time when the other concert was cancelled – enter the stage and provoked, naturally, the risen of the screaming registered till then.

Curtain closed above the stage, a little resembled with what happened, recently, in the concert of 30 Seconds to Mars on that same venue, and the cenary reveals itself in all its elaboration. Several floors – seems like we are in a hard-rock videoclip of the eighties – an interesting light effect and a platform where Bill Kaulitz, the star of the night, will sing several of the themes, in diva mode.

2nd photo
Bill Kaulitz is the center of all atentions.


Unlikely pop star, the 18 years old german showed himself comunicative with the fans, despite the weak english that he showed to speak, in the studied intervations before some musics. Dressed in black and red, Bill Kaulitz – skinny figure, ultra spiky hair and eyes full with black eyeliner and grey shade – it’s clearly the center of atentions, despite the many love declarations that, a little through the all venue, comtemply the other band members.

“Break Away”, the first music of the night, was barely heard due to the fans screaming; “Final Day”, which followed, showed Bill Kaulitz descending the stares, from the platform to the low floor of the stage, with the skills of someone who steps in a catwalk. While the glamourous vocalist, who started his career in a kind of “Chuva de Estrelas” (portuguese show) singing “It’s Raining Men”, debits emotional lyrics with which every young girl present can identify themselves with, the band accompanies him in an almost naked-metal.

“Live every Second” becomes a juvenile hymm, with the public vibrating with the message of inconformism and the quartet enveloping themselves in the crowd flattering, while “Love is Dead” makes appear, in the giant screen in the bottom of the stage, diabolic flames that, probably, match that that burns without be seen. ( reference to Camões, portuguese writer and the that refered is love)



In a kindly setlist, several themes in german weren’t missed – that even the youngest followed without hesitation – and a hand full of ballads old times way, like “Don’t Jump”, with Bill Kaulitz once again in the platform, or the obligatory “Monsoon”, accompanied with thunderstorm clouds in the giant screen.

Curious was the projection of a small film, while the music retreated themselves to change clothes or, who knows, spy the result of the Euro final. On those images, you could see the band shopping and picking clothes, but also walking with “Foofighters” shirts, signing fans boobs and playing foosball. The idea of “live on the road”, so hard and sweet, looks expensive to the band, even in that point follower of a certain hair-metal iconography of the eighties.

3rd picture
Proudly naked to the band (that girl is the founder of Portuguese Fans Club)

4th photo
Bill Kaulitz and his twin brother, Tom (on the left)

In the first of the encores, Tokio Hotel offered the public two ballads with acustic guitars, played by Tom Kaulitz; before “Rescue Me”, his twin brother, Bill, took some more souls to delirium, collecting and keeping in his lap one of the stuffed animals that his fans have thrown him ( the choosen one was a dog).

The last goodbye, with “By Your Side”, slide down in confettis rain and in the sudden apearing of small posters with the symbol of the Portuguese Fan Club with the subtitle “Wir sind da” (we are here). (that’s not the symbol of the Portuguese Fan Club, is a image created to the action) Bombastic and emotional, was the proper ending for a matine that the fans won’t forget so soon.

5th photo
The admirers throwed on stage all kinds of “recuerdos” (souvenirs)

6th photo
The portuguese fans didn’t show themselves shy on the time to write messages to the band.”

ANNONS
Av Ica - 2 juli 2008 21:05

Hanna was walking through a tunnel in Garda and saw this =D

Av Ica - 2 juli 2008 16:29


Tokio Hotel in Atlantic Pavilion, Portuguese Music Press! 
  Nicole @ THUS


German band welcomed with hysteria and devotion. After the
cancelled concert in March, this time Tokio Hotel did show up.

"Entering Atlantic Pavilion, on "D-day" for Tokio Hotel, it's not the movement of people that impresses. The balconies are full - of fans and posters, almost all written in german - but the arena (standing) is pretty rarefied. What impresses, as soon as you enter the doors of the biggest lisbon venue, it's the sound.

The youngs that are concentraded next to the stage - probably, the same that camped during a week in front of Atlantic and became motive of news report in every TV station - unite themselves in an unbelievable colectiv scream each time the "environmental" music stops playing. Assuming that Bill Kaulitz, Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing and Gustav Schäfer, the teenagers that eight years ago created Tokio Hotel, are about to enter the stage. The wildest spectators open their throats and produce such a high and sharp sound that it can be said to be able to perforate the less prepared ears.

We say "they in feminine" because, as it was to expect, the large majority of the public is feminine. There are women (mothers that escort their daughters and, in several cases, also know the musics), teen girls and many, many child girls, as the eight years old child that we saw with a white mini skirt, black leggings with the word "sexy" stamped and lips painted with black lipstick. Next to her, the mother helps her in the moments of greater excitment.

At the set time, the boys that all of this girls wanted to see - since March, time when the other concert was cancelled - enter the stage and provoked, naturally, the risen of the screaming registered till then.

Curtain closed above the stage, a little resembled with what happened, recently, in the concert of 30 Seconds to Mars on that same venue, and the cenary reveals itself in all its elaboration. Several floors - seems like we are in a hard-rock videoclip of the eighties - an interesting light effect and a platform where Bill Kaulitz, the star of the night, will sing several of the themes, in diva mode.

Unlikely pop star, the 18 years old german showed himself comunicative with the fans, despite the weak english that he showed to speak, in the studied intervations before some musics. Dressed in black and red, Bill Kaulitz - skinny figure, ultra spiky hair and eyes full with black eyeliner and grey shade - it's clearly the center of atentions, despite the many love declarations that, a little through the all venue, comtemply the other band members.

"Break Away", the first music of the night, was barely heard due to the fans screaming; "Final Day", which followed, showed Bill Kaulitz descending the stares, from the platform to the low floor of the stage, with the skills of someone who steps in a catwalk. While the glamourous vocalist, who started his career in a kind of "Chuva de Estrelas" (portuguese show) singing "It's Raining Men", debits emotional lyrics with which every young girl present can identify themselves with, the band accompanies him in an almost naked-metal.

"Live every Second" becomes a juvenile hymm, with the public vibrating with the message of inconformism and the quartet enveloping themselves in the crowd flattering, while "Love is Dead" makes appear, in the giant screen in the bottom of the stage, diabolic flames that, probably, match that that burns without be seen. (reference to Camões, portuguese writer and the that refered is love)

In a kindly setlist, several themes in german weren't missed - that even the youngest followed without hesitation - and a hand full of ballads old times way, like "Don't Jump", with Bill Kaulitz once again in the platform, or the obligatory "Monsoon", accompanied with thunderstorm clouds in the giant screen.

Curious was the projection of a small film, while the music retreated themselves to change clothes or, who knows, spy the result of the Euro final. On those images, you could see the band shopping and picking clothes, but also walking with "Foofighters" shirts, signing fans boobs and playing foosball. The idea of "live on the road", so hard and sweet, looks expensive to the band, even in that point follower of a certain hair-metal iconography of the eighties.

In the first of the encores, Tokio Hotel offered the public two ballads with acustic guitars, played by Tom Kaulitz; before "Rescue Me", his twin brother, Bill, took some more souls to delirium, collecting and keeping in his lap one of the stuffed animals that his fans have thrown him (the choosen one was a dog).

The last goodbye, with "By Your Side", slide down in confettis rain and in the sudden apearing of small posters with the symbol of the Portuguese Fan Club with the subtitle "Wir sind da" (we are here). (that's not the symbol of the Portuguese Fan Club, is a image created to the action) Bombastic and emotional, was the proper ending for a matine that the fans won't forget so soon.

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BLITZ: TH in Atlantic Pavilion (report + photos)
Av Ica - 2 juli 2008 16:26


1· Tokio Hotel - Monsoon
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3· Wilson Gonzalez - I'm Fallin
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Av Ica - 2 juli 2008 16:25

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