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Posted 26 November 2004 - 12:00 AM
Can anyone tell me, where there brothers in this band? I remember someone saying something about that before. And which one of the guys was it?
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Posted 10 January 2005 - 12:36 AM
they need mor inspirations
Posted 11 January 2005 - 07:04 PM
But unfortunatly after wong ka khiu died the sound of thier music or spirit is gone.
Just listen to theres music and text before.....u know it´s amacing. you can feel theres burden or sadness even happines that they go through.
Posted 12 January 2005 - 07:29 AM
Beyond's six show Hong Kong Coliseum concert series organizer East Asia Entertainment has announced that it has donated the proceeds of 500 HK$200 tickets from the January 27th and another 500 from the 28th show to South Asia tsunami victims.
Wong Ka Keung said, "Don't think that the HK$200 seats are too far back. We will definitely take care of you and guarantee you will be pleasantly surprised."
Credit to http://www.geocities...038/050110.html
Posted 19 January 2005 - 01:38 AM
Posted 20 January 2005 - 04:34 AM
Beyond has been forgetting to eat and sleep in preparation for their end of the month concert. However they are still passionate about charity. According to their assistant their dream of building a school in remote areas of China will soon come true. The elementary school has been tentatively named "Rock and Roll School". Paul Wong Kon Chung even drew a design for the school.
Wong Ka Keung expressed, "The location has schools but because the locals are poor the facilities are simpler. Right now we are building a better equipped school to provide a decent place of learning for the children. If all goes well, the school should be completed this year. The three of us will survey the environment and see what else the school needs. I want to start a music school for more people to study music."
Credit to http://www.geocities...038/050119.html
Posted 29 January 2005 - 08:24 AM
Beyond's six show concert series will take off tomorrow at the Hong Kong Coliseum. Two nights ago they rehearsed with their guests Tat Ming and Tai Chi. Earlier a fan has threatened to commit suicide to keep Beyond from disbanding. Sai Wing honestly said that he has received letters from unhappy fans. "Finally he said after listening to our song he forgot it (suicide). HE even said that luckily he had our spirit." Sai Wing also asked fans not to do anything silly. "A lot can be easily resolved. In life if it doesn't work make it work. Everyone has a depressed, hurt and painful times. Earlier three years ago I lost my girlfriend. At the time I numbed myself with work. The pain was truly deep and unforgettable. I still miss her now."
As for costumes, Paul Wong Koon Chung joked, "I will play a genie of the lamp with special effects. I will have smoke before me. We will even get David Copperfield. This time we can truly merge a band with magic. (Have you consulted Anthony Wong Yiu Ming?) I am afraid I can't play in his clothes. We have found an image (consultant) and definitely trust him." Brother Ming said, "Wow! Beyond doesn't have to ask me, I am just a flower vase."
Credit to http://www.geocities...038/050126.html
Posted 15 February 2005 - 09:27 AM
i though the concert in 2003 was the last one....
Posted 02 April 2005 - 09:34 PM
Posted 02 April 2005 - 09:58 PM
they are the one and only canto rock group that i won't be boring listening too...
i've been their fans since i was 10 or 11yrs old!! now i'm 24.......
it's just sad that they disbanded this early...
Posted 10 April 2005 - 09:32 PM
Posted 01 May 2005 - 08:05 AM
BTW, I'm trying to download the January 16 Jade Solid Gold show with Beyond but nobody's seeding!! Somebody help when you read this. Come to my rescue now!
Posted 28 May 2005 - 07:35 PM
Beijing fans weep at Beyond's goodbye
Hong Kong's romantic-metal all stars Beyond kicked off the first leg of their China tour in Beijing on Friday night at the Capital Gymnasium. The concert was a way for the band to say goodbye to their fans after 20 years in the music business.
The show was a constant high with die-hard fans passionately waving bright glow sticks, screaming the lyrics for"Love You Really" and calling for one encore after another.
The guest performer, mainland rock band Panther, were blitzed by Beyond's bright aura and had to contend with ear-shattering cries for Beyond to return to the stage.
The farewell show came at a cost, however, that event organizers say was somewhere around 4 million yuan, about 500, 000 US dollars. The performance was titled"Beyond Story", and was designed to trace the growth of the band and late former lead singer and guitarist Koma Wong.
Koma Wong's immortal statement"life is not about what you've gained, but what you've done with it" appeared on the big screens of the stage, followed by the song"Amani" themed on human rights, politics, peace, and protests, and their masterpiece"Goodbye Ideals".
Steve Wong, a current member of Beyond and bother of Koma Wong, said to the audience at the end of the show that they shouldn't be sad and that they would go on to make great music as individuals after the split.
Finally the mandarin song"Go with Me In All Your Life" lowered the curtain, leaving the fans in an emotional state.
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Posted 19 June 2005 - 10:51 PM
Buy original to show them your support...
Posted 26 June 2005 - 08:30 PM
anyways one of the best group i listened even tho it is old
too bad i only have 3 of their songs on my mp3/cd player
Posted 28 June 2005 - 08:14 AM
I love the song "Really Love you"
is about mothers love
Posted 29 June 2005 - 10:58 AM
Posted 30 June 2005 - 07:43 PM
would like to have at leat more then 10 songs from them rather then just 3 hehehehe
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Posted 14 August 2005 - 03:45 AM
BEYOND's Final Autograph Session, They Try and Satisfy Their Fans Request As Much As Possible
It has been five years since BEYOND has held an autograph session. Yesterday, they were ready to have their last autograph session before they broke up. It was for their CD/VCD/DVD "Beyond The Story Live 2005". Many of the fans that arrived for this event cherished every moment. Fans began lining up as early as 6AM! They were determined to get the autograph, some even mentioning that it will be worth lots in the future!
Paul says, "I'm flattered by how many fans we have and how many have showed up today. Those who could not make it, I hope that one of the three of us will be seen walking by on the streets and we will give the autograph then. This is the last signature meeting. A lot of our fans could not avoid crying. But they didn't worry too much, because something like this was bound to happen. The only thing I could do was hand them the poster and urge them not to cry......."
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Posted 30 August 2005 - 07:10 PM
Beyond in 1993Beyond is:
Wong Ka Kui vocals, guitar
Wong Ka Keung vocals, bass
Paul Wong vocals, lead guitar
Yip Sai Wing drums
Forming in 1983, the original members were Wong Ka Kui, Yip Sai Wing and Lau Chi Yuen. Ka Kui's younger brother Wong Ka Keung joined in 1984, and Paul Wong was the last to join in 1985. Other members for brief periods have included Chan See On and Kubert Leung. Lau Chi Yuen left the band in 1989 to pursue studies in the US (though he made a return later playing instruments and helping to produce 1998's Surprise).
Beyond were initially part of the "band boom" which occurred in Hong Kong in the 1980s, alongside other groups such as Tai Chi, Fundamental, Blue Jeans, Tat Ming and Radias.
In June 1993, Wong Ka Kui passed away after falling into a coma, as a result of head injuries sustained falling from a broken stage on a game show in Japan. He was only 31 years old.
The Japanese will never understand, for us and for Hong Kong, that the incident was not merely about the loss of an artiste. It was about losing a music revolutionary, and an age of time. - Paul Wong on the death of Ka Kui
At the time of his passing, they were signed to Japanese record label Amuse, having already released several Japanese language singles and an album. The following album, This Is Love I, initially intended to be the first of two parts, was released the day after Wong Ka Kui's death.
There was debate as to whether the remaining three members would continue the band without him, but speculation ended when they reappeared on the 30th of November 1993 in Hong Kong at the Composer's Tribute Night concert.
The post-Ka Kui albums have a more 'alternative' feel to the progressive rock sound that preceded them. 1997's Please Let Go of Your Hands (Hong Kong post-97 sentiment abounding) and 1995's grunge-inspired Sound are examples of this.
At present, the band has parted ways as each member pursues their own solo careers. They played their last concert in Hong Kong under the Beyond name on 1st February 2005, before embarking on a world tour, including stops in Vancouver, Canada and various cities in mainland China. Afterwhich, the band is officially disbanded.
Goodbye Ideals (TC: 再見理想) (1986)
Endless Waiting (TC: 永遠等待) (1987)
New World (TC: 新天地) (1987)
Arabian Dancing Girl (TC: 亞拉伯跳舞女郎) (1987)
Alone Kiss (TC: 孤單一吻) (1987)
Modern Stage (TC: 現代舞台) (1987)
Yesterday's Footprints (TC: 舊日的足跡) (1988)
Secret Police (TC: 秘密警察) (1988)
BEYOND IV (1989)
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Posted 13 September 2005 - 06:21 AM
now their songs aren't that great