The Gojira Concert dates back to November of 1996. At this concert, which was called "La Bandera del Mundo," the band would play some of its most popular songs. This concert was in honor of late Spain's King, Juan Carlos. During the concert, there were special appearances by animals, such as ostriches, peacocks, dogs, and even dolphins. Amongst all the special appearances, Gojira came out with a cover of the original song from Godzilla, called "El Cumbers."
The Gojira Concert is a long slow song that lasts for over three hours and forty-five minutes. It includes "Beguazha" (also known as "The Bomb"), "Reynolds," "Rambo II," and "La Vida." The song "Beguazha" means "The Strong/The Brave." The word" Reynolds" means "The Queen." Finally, the last name "La Vida" means "The Great."
"Beguazha" is performed by the lead vocalist, Joe Duplantier. "The Bomb" is performed by Mario Duplantier. "La Vida" is performed by Christian Andreu. The song is dedicated to Juan Carlos. The Spanish lyrics say that the king was "the goodman of our humanity" and that he "sent peace across the globe."
Before performing the Gojira song, there is a dramatic effect performed by the chimneys. The song is almost completely in Spanish, although a few phrases are in English. This is followed by the appearance of a large fireworks display, also accompanied by a siren. The song concludes with a cannon being fired at the crowd. The Gojira concert hall then suddenly appears like a large castle. The effect is extremely dramatic.
This song is about an old story. The story itself tells how a young woman marries an older man and bears him a son named Bonny. He then goes on to become king but gets captured by rebels. The rebels use his body as a cadaver and eat his heart out.
Bonny is revived, and the kingdom soon finds out that it has another man. Bonny's execution is broadcast on national television, with the news anchor proclaiming, "He has hanged himself." The crowd then falls silent as the people rejoice over the news. Bonny is given twenty minutes to live, and he does so, before shooting his executioner.
"Beguazha" is performed by the lead vocalist, Joe Duplantier. The song is about how Beguazha was able to find the strength within himself to triumph over his enemy. During the song, the audience realizes that Beguazha was executed not for execution, but for being greedy. The story of Beguazha teaches the song's main character, Joe Duplantier (also known as Joe Danger), about how to persevere. After executing another execution, Beguazha is brought before the king. He asks for forgiveness, but the king just wants to have him dead.
During the encore, a bullet hits Joanna's song, "Go With Fortune." The bullet only grazes the stage a few seconds but is enough to shock the audience into applause. It also prompts Joanna and the Gojira concert attendees to start dancing. The Gojira concert is unique in Nigeria; they perform songs from many different cultures and periods, instead of just going with one beat.
"Go With Fortune" is not the only song performed at the concert. "Tribal" is an instrumental piece that is played throughout the entire concert. This song is played in between "Go With Fortune." It gives the concert halls in Abuja a tribal vibe.
Many of the guests who attended the Gojira concert were unable to get tickets to the concert, due to the highly competitive bidding. In some instances, the bidding for the concert hall seating would go out of control. The general thinking was that no one would be able to afford these concert halls, due to the price. This led to people selling right around the corner to desperate buyers. Get cheap Gojira Concert in Chicago Tickets online from the Tickets4chicago site.
These desperate buyers were able to get the Gojira concert halls at amazingly cheap prices. On top of getting fantastic seats, they got fantastic service. Many of these concert halls offer Wi-Fi internet access inside of the venue, and in addition to comfortable seating, they also offer a great restaurant. The restaurant offers numerous food options, from quick snacks to delectable meals. After the concert, many of the attendees would head over to the restaurant for a dinner party.
Today, you can experience what Gojira concert halls had to offer in the past. If you have never experienced a Gojira concert, you are in for a real treat. You can go to either a local hotel in Egypt or if you prefer to stay more centrally, you could check out the Gojira concert halls in Nigeria. You will not regret your decision to attend the Gojira concert.