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BodomBeachTerror  
3 Feb 2010 11:43 | Quote
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Mici, your a total loser

jkjk =D

i think it would be awesome to have seen Muddy Waters. too bad i live in Canada and am 40 years too young =p
GeRs  
26 May 2010 20:37 | Quote
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Well so far the bands i have seen live are:Iron Maiden,W.A.S.P,Saxon,Lita Ford,Mastodon and DOWN
btimm  
26 May 2010 21:26 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
how bout this. best concert youve seen?


Tool ... and it's not close. This is coming from someone who actually prefers APC to Tool as well ...
gx1327  
27 May 2010 07:54 | Quote
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i just heard this the other day... did you know that maynard used to do STAND UP COMEDY??? not only that, but he has made numerous appearances in sketch comedy shows like "mr. show with bob and david". i had to see it to believe it and sure enough... he's even in "run ronnie run" a movie based off a character from that show. i mean i knew he was a fan of bill hicks, but i thought it was more of a posthumous obsession thing... not like, they were friends and opened stand up comedy for each other. freaking weird!!!

i've never seen them live but i've heard mixed reviews of their shows. their music is awesome, don't get me wrong, but a buddy of mine saw them in dallas and he said there was like a 15 minute long part of the show where they were all sitting in a circle on the stage chanting, not holding any instruments. yeah that sounds like tool alright, but he said it was pretty boring if you weren't on some kind of drugs (just drunk)
gx1327  
27 May 2010 09:15 | Quote
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United States
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uh oh, btimm... i was just checking my local concert schedule... minus the bear is playing at the firebird in july. the firebird is this real sht hole club close to downtown. i saw electric six and the aquabats there... it really is a stink hole. the stage is laughably low to the ground so it's impossible to see anything unless you are up close, and it's the kind of place that has punk rock shows so you can expect to be part of a mosh pit/crowd surfing scenario (hey i'm an old man now i'm not 17 anymore)

the last show i was at some kid was crowd surfing and he got sent my way but i couldn't do anything about it because i had a beer in my right (dominant) hand and he fell. HAHAHAHA. awesome. oh and then the lead singer of the aquabats brought these kids up on the stage, ages 5-8, at their first concert ever. he tossed htem into the crowd. i mean, hurled them like a sack of garbage. awesome. (the lead singer of the aquabats is also one of the creators of yo gabba gabba on nickelodeon, so the all ages crowd was half kids with their parents and half punk ska kids such as myself)
macandkanga  
27 May 2010 19:33 | Quote
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United States
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I realy dont think I remember all but here are the memorable:

Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow (first big concert ever and loudest)
Judas Priest (seen the most)
Jean Luc Ponty (the best)
Chic Corea
Scott Henderson
Allan Holdsworth
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Frank Gambale
Al Di Meola
Return to Forever
Steve Morse
Dixie Dreggs
Slayer
Heart
John Cougar Mellancamp
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Jeff Beck
Aerosmith
Black Sabbath
Ozzy
Dio
Motorhead
Stevie Wonder
BB King
Y&T when they were called Yesterday and Today
Steve Lukather
RUSH (many times)
Armored Saint

I can't remember all but these were ones that I remember.

I was in two bands: Sector Zero and Black on White
we played at Madam Wongs in Santa Monica
and the Whiskey and also the Anti Club in Hollywood.
macandkanga  
27 May 2010 19:37 | Quote
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United States
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@Carl Snow
Chanel 3! I used to go to high school with those guys in Cerritos late 70's earl 80's
btimm  
27 May 2010 20:29 | Quote
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You need to go see Minus the Bear. I hear they put on an amazing show and I really want to watch the guitarist specifically. They were her ein Charlotte a few weeks, but I was in a bad mood because I had no one to go with me and I was frustrated with a part of the drywall project I did on my garage. Big mistake and I regretted wit when I stopped being so pissed off.

And yeah, Maynard is like the weirdest dude ever.

I didn't mention them, but other concerts I have been to include:

A Perfect Circle
Less Than Jake
Counting Crows
Brad Paisley (wife is a big country fan)
Ozzfan486  
27 May 2010 20:34 | Quote
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@ Mac - Ritchie was louder than Motorhead? I thought Motorhead was the loudest band ever? Like, factually lol. I think I heard about it being in the Guiness book or something.
BodomBeachTerror  
28 May 2010 00:16 | Quote
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i would have killed to see Stevie Ray.
michaelcollins  
28 May 2010 02:16 | Quote
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black dahlia murder
attila
dr.acula
avenged sevenfold
whitechapel
darkest hour
job for a cowboy
born of osiris
Kataklysm
despised icon
annotations of an autopsy
augury
chelsea grin

and tons of locals

macandkanga  
3 Jun 2010 14:06 | Quote
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United States
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@Ozzfan486
I saw Ritchie at the Fabulous Forum in L.A. in the late 70's. The place is huge and enclosed. Also, there werent any rules on decibel levels back then. I saw Motorhead at the Glen Helen Pavillion which is an amphitheater. I love me some Motorhead but they sounded like shiznit that day. They were loud but not that loud and the treble was way to high.

@Bodom
Stevie opened for Jeff Beck and blew him away. I went to see Jeff Beck but he was into his electronica kinda stuff. It was kinda boring. Stevie was awesome!
MuseFan  
3 Jun 2010 14:14 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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Radiohead and thats it :(
although im seeing MUSE!!!! in september at last lol
Mici  
3 Jun 2010 16:55 | Quote
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Kosovo
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Hahahah! I know, I know. We don't get many big acts around here so I went there with cousins who liked him. It was fun just being there cause I didn't go out a lot at that time and I my parents practically made me go.
gx1327  
4 Jun 2010 09:20 | Quote
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United States
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MuseFan says:
Radiohead and thats it :(
although im seeing MUSE!!!! in september at last lol


finally saw radiohead for the first time in... 2007? 2008? it was a good show, but it was at the big outdoor amphiteater ("riverport"). i HATE riverport. it's out in the middle of nowhere, and it seriously took, no joke, longer to get out of the parking lot than the length of the concert. radiohead played for about 90 minutes, we waited 2 hours in the parking lot before getting out. i spent 45 minutes of those 2 hours waiting in line for a porta john. miserable.

muse... eh i have mixed feelings for muse. absolution is one of my top... probably my favorite album of all time. their two previous albums were good, and black holes was the same style of music. when i last saw them, they were mildly popular in the US and played at an appropriately sized venue (indoor, maybe 10,000 people?).

their new album is all stadium cck-rock and i'm not a huge fan of it. on top of that, they are gaining a lot of popularity in the states which means that the next time they come through they are playing at the dome where our NFL team plays -- 50,000+. i am in no mood to see that show.

but i can only imagine how intense of a show they play in the UK. oh, i've seen fotage. i actually have the DVD with muse playing live at wembley. that looks so fun on TV, but i could imagine it being a miserable experience to just be crammed in with so many people!!!

i also saw tool is playing at the "st charles family arena" at the end of june but... i mean i've never seen them, but i don't think i could find anyone to go with me, and st charles family arena? it's worse if you are from the area, but st charles is a super-suburb town about 30 minutes outside of downtown st louis. it's the type of place where you have to drive 5 minutes on the highway to get to anything. being a downtown urbanite who walks everywhere that is very unappealing to me.
LedZeppRox13  
5 Jun 2010 00:09 | Quote
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Tom Petty
Fleetwood Mac
Styx
Foreigner
Kansas
Rush

umm i know there is more but thats a pretty good start for a young teen haha.
LedZeppRox13  
5 Jun 2010 00:11 | Quote
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so far nobody's seen zeppelin?? awwww... :(
Mici  
7 Jun 2010 06:51 | Quote
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Kosovo
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How about Bob Dylan then?
I saw him live on Friday. XD!
EMB5490  
7 Jun 2010 06:59 | Quote
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im seeing phish again this summer for like the billionth time
btimm  
7 Jun 2010 09:07 | Quote
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gx, go see Tool solo - you won't regret it.
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