18 Sep 2005
A Certain Ratio live @ This Sound label launch, Liverpool Carling Academy 2, 24 Oct 2005 
A Certain Ratio will be headlining the launch night of north west independent label This Sound. The event takes place at the Liverpool Carling Academy 2 on Monday 24 October.

The billing is:

A Certain Ratio
Redshed
Paradigm
Death By Decibels
plus DJ's Pirate Radio

Doors: 7pm
Tickets: 7.00 GBP
Map

More information at www.this-sound.com

Meanwhile check out some new photos of ACR's appearance at Moorfest back in August. Thanks to Andy.

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