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IRON MAIDEN

Вчера мы с моим отцом Палычем сходили на их концерт. Мне очень повезло, что я все-таки смогла, особенно, учитывая, что это было мой первый день без температуры и желания сдохнуть.
Приехали на концерт, сели (билеты были просто неприлично дорогие! это первая причина, почему я не люблю Олимпийский). Начали слушать. Мэйдены начали пафосно и затяжно. Те, кто не был доволен, очевидно, не осознавал количество удельного пафоса в группе. Его много. Наконец-то пафосное начало было пройдено и началась музыка. Первую половину концерта было плохо слышно (причина 2, по которой не любят СК Олимпийский). Все, кроме вокала, вокал заглушал собой все, а все остальное шумело и потрескивало, будто 20летняя колонка, которую старательно побили ногами в гадах. Но к середине все пошло на лад, звук гитар начал угадываться, а затем и вовсе приносить удовольствие. Вокал сделали (спасибо, Боги!) потише.
Левые наблюдения: неужели удобно стоять, раздвинув свои ноги на максимальную ширину и петь? Почему, если некто одевать белые кеды/кроссовки - это автоматически означает, что он бегает как автоматические колеса, ну, или же просто так, будто его дернули током? - шутка. Я к тому, что из 4 чуваков с гитарами (для пышности фразы я включила туда и басиста) 3 вечно щемились с одной стороны сцены, а другую целиком занимал оставшийся гитарист (как раз в белых кедах). А ещё меня покорил чувак в костюме монстра, выходивший на сцену. Он был таким няшей, что я даже не запомнила, что за песня это была.
Вердикт: понравилось.

I'm sorry, I'm running out of time. I'll translate the post a little bit later. And time is now.

Yesterday (02/11) me and my father Palych went to this concert (IRON MAIDEN, I mean). I'm very lucky I actually could do there, because it was my first day of being more or less normal and without wishing my self sooner death (kidding).We arrived, got in, sit (tickets were ridiculously expensive! That's the 1st reason why I dislike the Olympyisky Stadium). We started listening. Maidens started theatrically and long. People who didn't like the beginning, i guess, didn't actually realize the quantity off theatrics in the band. There's a lot of it. At last the beginning was over and there started the music. The 1st part of concert we could barely hear anything (2d reason not to like the stadium). Everything apart of vocs honestly, the vocals were very loud so we could hear nothing but it. All the rest were simple making noise and cracked like 20 year-old speaker, which was heavily bitten before. But closer to the middle of the action everything went better, we could actually hear some kind of the guitar and later on even feel joy. Vocals (oh, thnk you!) became more quiet.
Other emotions: I wonder if it is comfortable to stand moving legs apart at max and sing? And why if anyone from the band wears white sneakers it means the owner runs like he was just hit by lightning? - kidding. I'm talking about the fact that one of 4 man with the guitar (i counted the bass as well just for nice number) 3 were always standing together on one part of the stage and the rest space where for the rest guitarist (the man in white sneakers). And I'm also in love with man in moster-suit who went on stage. He was so sweet that I could even memroze what song it was.
Overall: I liked it.

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