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Re: Kenna at Webster Hall last night! [23 Oct 2007|02:44pm]

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Kenna video premiere [10 Oct 2007|04:05pm]

xxxlogicxxx

Kenna’s “Say Goodbye to Love” premiered on mtvU this week:

http://www.mtvu.com/music/video_premiere/kenna/

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help! i need recommendations [05 Oct 2004|07:04pm]

xxtofu
from anyone who likes Kenna. Please recommend music groups/musicians you think are fabulous. I've been in a musical rut for too long. I have no excuse now, especially since I live so close to Amoeba music (and pass by it frequently). Anywho I'm really not that picky ... I like anything from the Jackson Five to NIN, Radiohead to Blondie, Weezer to Outkast to Peter Gabriel, etc. Anything/everything is welcome. Please help! Thanks :)
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[23 Apr 2004|12:13am]

xerozen
joined a few days ago... i made some kenna icons a couple months back... posting them, along with a couple randoms... please credit me, no hotlinking =D

nothings gonna change meCollapse )


wondering when he is going to go tour? anyone know?
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[02 Apr 2004|05:32pm]

depeachmood
[ mood | awake ]

Hi everybody-- this community needs some action, so I'll contribute.

I've been a Kenna fan since early 2000, I believe. Can't really remember, but it's been a long ass time. Anyhow, I saw him on August 25 last year when he toured with Dave Gahan. I couldn't have asked for a better touring partner, by the way. I'm a huge Depeche Mode fan, and yeah. Awesome. So anyways, I met Kenna after his set, and he gave me lots of things. Hug, kiss, autograph, smiles, yes, good stuff.

Still waiting for more news, I hope to see him live again. If I don't.. well.. that will suck. Forgot what I was going to say :-P

Anyways, personal info! W00t! My name is Monica, I turn 16 on September 2, I live in Southern California, and I have unhealthy obsessions with male singers. Dave Gahan, Billy Corgan, Jack White, and Kenna, to name a few.

And that's enough. So........... hi.

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Hallo! [24 Feb 2004|12:39am]

monosonik
[ mood | synthetic ]

I was beginning to think I was the only person that likes Kenna! I saw him/them open for Dave Gahan in Dallas, and to be honest, I was more impressed with Kenna than Gahan.

Hello everyone!

I shall say no more.

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[22 Feb 2004|04:12pm]

limegreentea
Hey people, just joined the community. I was wondering if any of you out there know a lot about Kenna's history, like the first album he tried to produce with Fred Durst and such. And what about any information on future albums? Fill me in on everything...
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9-22-03 Kenna in Tempe [23 Sep 2003|07:54am]

everythingofme
I saw Kenna for the third time last night, this time opening for Fischerspooner. I'll start by saying that the crowd totally sucked. If they were the example of F/S fans, I'm glad I'm not one. Anyhow, the show was delayed, and when Kenna came out, he said he hadn't been feeling well and wasn't sure how much he'd be able to play. Despite that, he put on a pretty good show. The set list was pretty much the same as the previous post, though he said he was "going to mix things up a little" and he played Man Faded after Freetime. When he announced that the next song would be their last, some prick in the crowd yelled, "Thank God!" really loud. Kenna responded to this by singling the guy out, and asking him to come up front with him. At first the guy wouldn't budge, but Kenna started making fun of him, and told the crowd that the guy was chicken, and that we should all cluck at him. It was hilarious. The guy finally came up front, and Kenna had him come up on stage, where he proceeded to make sure the guy was comfortable, got him a bottled water,said he wanted to make sure that the guy had a good time, and then serenaded him with 'Love-Hate Sensation'. Classic. The point to those lyrics couldn't have been any more clear than that! All in all, a good time was had by myself and my 8yr old son, who wanted Kenna to be his first concert experience.
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Kenna/Fischerspooner @ Anaheim House of Blues 09/20/2003 [21 Sep 2003|11:54pm]

bigassfries
    I saw the Kenna/Fischerspooner show at the Anaheim(Disneyland) House of Blues last Saturday, and I was wholeheartedly impressed, even expecting to see an awesome show. As a die-hard home-listening fan, Kenna's deviation from the album slightly perturbed me. However, that's where the disappointments ended.

    After a long wait, the in-house music stopped, and the crowd cheered. The curtains opened to two keyboardists and a drummer enshrouded in fog. A man in Chucks, tight jeans, and a hoodie walked on stage looking very much like he was just an interested passerby. The waw synth started, and the croud cheered again as the hooded man approached the microphone and opened with "Sunday After You." The thing that instantly stuck me about the show was the fact that Kenna actually had a real-live drummer laying the beats, however complicated, and doing them very well.

    After the words to "Sunday After You" were finished, the music flowed through as it does on the album straight into "Vexed and Glorious," upon which Kenna began dancing about on stage in a strange combination of faux-Egyptian walking and the robot. He was clearly having a good time.

    After "Vexed," Kenna gave an impromtu speech welcoming Anaheim to his show. He explained he was Kenna and wanted to know how we all were doing. Satisfied that all was fine, he removed his hood, and told us how his next song was nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards. He explained he didn't mind losing, and had us give it up for Coldplay. The audience laughed a nervous laugh, and Kenna and company started into "Freetime," Kenna dancing crazily all the way. He went all the way through "Man Fading" and "Red Man," then took a little rest while the house played "A Better Control." Kenna got up again and roused up support for Fischerspooner, explaining how much of a good time he had, then started "Love Hate Sensation." In the middle of the song, he clambered up onto an amp stack, as if threatening to jump out into the crowd.

    It was all over too soon. I was sorely disappointed by the fact that he was only allowed six songs, but alas, he was technically only an opening act. After his set, I got the set list off the audio tech guys, intending to scan it and post it here, but while I was standing and talking with sleepintrashcan, Kenna walked straight past me. I accosted him and tried to have him sign the setlist, but neither of us had a pen. But being the nice guy he is, he led me to the bar where he borrowed a pen and signed my setlist. I made a new friend.

The setlist autographed by KennaCollapse )
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Question [11 Sep 2003|01:26pm]

everythingofme
How would you 'classify' Kenna's music? Like if you were trying to describe it to somebody who hadn't heard it? Synth/funk? A bit of a reggae twist? I can't really come up with a semi-accurate description myself.
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[10 Sep 2003|08:04am]

everythingofme
Great to see other Kenna fans. I saw him twice opening for Dave Gahan, and the second night I met him both before the show and during his autograph signing. Seems like a really cool guy, and I can't take his CD out of my stereo...I think 'New Sacred Cow' is my favorite track.


"Crucify yourself for them...does it make you feel any better?"
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[10 Sep 2003|03:27am]
fuckyouworld
Does anyone know where I can find screen captures from the hell bent video? And what's this I hear about Kenna's album was delayed?
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[08 Sep 2003|05:57am]
fuckyouworld

So did anyone catch Kenna on Subterranean? I only got to see like the last couple of seconds.

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[05 Sep 2003|02:31am]
fuckyouworld

Hi, I love Kenna. People magazine gave New Sacred Cow pick up the week last week (I think) and I think that he's going to be on MTV2's subterranian or however you spell Sunday night...I'm not sure though.

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Kenna in Atlanta [10 Aug 2003|07:48pm]

pyke_sanspants
[ mood | impressed ]

My wife, Mevinan, and I saw Kenna play w/Dave Gahan in Atlanta. He was awesome in concert. This gig was the first stop on the tour, so he was a little nervous on the first song, but after that he really got the crowd into it. He was grovving all around the stage, standing on speakers and seemed to be having a great time.

He sounded great....almost better than he sounds on the CD.

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First Post. Invitations. Testing Colors and Overrides. [09 Aug 2003|02:44am]

bigassfries
As the co-moderator of this new Kenna community, I would like to take the opportunity to encourage all LiveJournal users interested in Kenna to join. I would also like to take the opportunity to make the first post so that it will be easier for me to see the results of me mussing about with the color scheme and overrides.

Anyone joining is encouraged to post whatever he likes about Kenna, especially rare information and concert dates.
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