And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead @ The Barfly

And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead @ The Barfly

UPDATE TWENTY YEARS LATER: Why is this not working? When I originally wrote this review on popEx it had dropdowns in the body of the review so you could select your own options. It was like me saying "their style of music ranges from The Who / Joy Division / These Animal Men / Suicidal Tendencies all the way to Suicidal Tendencies / These Animal Men / Joy Division / The Who" and at the time everyone said it was very clever. Well, one person said it was very clever. I will leave the original raw html here for your enjoyment, and then an image of sort of how it looked. For some reason this won't build nicely as a page using my static site generator with just this html in here.

AYWKUBTTOD were the very embodiment of visceral intensity yesterday at the Monarch...
If you've not seen them, their style of music ranges from
<small>
  <select>
    <option>[The Who](/wiki/#who)</option>
    <option>[Joy Division](/wiki/#joy/division)</option>
    <option>[These Animal Men](/wiki/#these/animal/men)</option>
    <option>[Suicidal Tendencies](/wiki/#suicidal/tendencies)</option>
  </select>
</small>
all the way to
<small>
  <select>
    <option>[Suicidal Tendencies](/wiki/#suicidal/tendencies)</option>
    <option>[These Animal Men](/wiki/#these/animal/men)</option>
    <option>[Joy Division](/wiki/#joy/division)</option>
    <option>[The Who](/wiki/#who)</option>
  </select>
</small>
covering all the squares in between.

Supported last night by wig-out merchants and new [popEx](/wiki/#popex) addees "[The Heads](/wiki/#heads)", and
playing to a heaving and charged crowd they rocked in every way imaginable.

The best gig, ever. Ever.1

  1. Another update twenty years later, I don't seem to have included this in my official list of best gigs ever, though I do see to have enjoyed it very much

💬 And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

💬 Reading Festival 2000

⬅️ :: Haven't had one of these for a while... ➡️
Tue Aug 22 2000

Paul Clarke's blog - I live in Hythe in Kent. Wed to Clare + father to two, I am a full-stack web engineer, + I do mostly javascript / Node, some ruby, python, php ect ect. I like pubbing, running, eating, home automation and other diy jiggery-pokery, history, genealogy, Television, squirrels, pirates, lego, and TIME TRAVEL.