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Old Fri, Feb-05-2010, 05:24:46 PM   #21
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Iron Maiden
Black Sabbath
Slipknot
Rob zombie
Radiohead
Deep Purple
Brian Adams()
Foo fighters
Extreme
King x
Shinedown
Led zeppelin 2 ()
Bloc Party
U2
Snow Patrol
Disturbed
Drowning pool
Carlos Santana

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actually the hearing in my right ear is worse than my left. Think that is from the combination of concerts and while growing up my guitar amp was always on my right... def had an impact since playing loud is more fun. Actually wore ear plugs for the first time last week at the Theory of a Deadman show, took them out after 1/2 way cuz it just didn't sound right. GF left hers in lol.

Must say I'm very very glad I got to see Pantera live, Dime was unreal and put on such a great show. He truly loved his fans. I just wish I had seen AIC, STP and Nirvana during their prime. I actually caught a pick that Dimebag threw into the crowd, I have about 5 picks I caught or picked up at shows over the years. 1015 and Porsha, you should def pick up a Pantera Live DVD... RIP Dimebag... favorite guitarist ever.

Have to look at my concert ticket collection when I get home... list will probably increase significantly.

I actually went to a Godsmack show wayyyyy back when they first came out and no one had ever heard of them... but me and my buddy went to see the opening band and had nooooo idea who Godsmack was. So we left after the opening band ... always regretted that. Love Godsmack
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actually the hearing in my right ear is worse than my left. Think that is from the combination of concerts and while growing up my guitar amp was always on my right... def had an impact since playing loud is more fun. Actually wore ear plugs for the first time last week at the Theory of a Deadman show, took them out after 1/2 way cuz it just didn't sound right. GF left hers in lol.

Must say I'm very very glad I got to see Pantera live, Dime was unreal and put on such a great show. He truly loved his fans. I just wish I had seen AIC, STP and Nirvana during their prime. I actually caught a pick that Dimebag threw into the crowd, I have about 5 picks I caught or picked up at shows over the years. 1015 and Porsha, you should def pick up a Pantera Live DVD... RIP Dimebag... favorite guitarist ever.

Yeah I missed AIC too.

Will do with the DVD - I can't believe I sold tickets looking back at it now.
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I can't come close to 1015's list, but I have seen a lot, I'll try to remember...most were in the 90's

A Flock of Seagulls - first concert when I was a kid @ the fair, my dad took me
A Perfect Circle- 6x now
Alice in Chains-1993
Audioslave- 2x
B-52's @ the state fair
Butthole Surfers
Candlebox
Depeche Mode
Front 242
Funk Junkeez
Helmet
Ice Cube
Jane's Addiction
Jesus and Mary chain
Melvins
Meshuggah
Ministry
Mudvayne
NIN
Pantera (last tour they ever did)
Pearl Jam (in 1992).
Phoenix Symphony plays the music of Led Zeppelin
Pink Floyd (also saw Aussie Floyd which was actually better )
Primus
Prodigy
Queens of the Stone Age
Rage Against the Machine
The Ramones
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rollins Band
Rush
Sausage
Snoop Dogg
Social Distortion
Soulfly
Soundgarden-1992
Stone Temple Pilots-1992 and 1994
Tenacious D (also at that show were jimmy eat world and weezer but I was not there to see them)
Tomahawk
Tool x 10
Tricky

some others I can't think of ATM, bunch of local bands
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Slipknot
Deftones
Phish
Umphrey's McGee
Korn
Roger Waters
Snoop
Beasties
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Grateful Dead
Roots
Rage
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Widespread Panic
Disco Biscuits
TV on the Radio
Grizzly Bear
Pearl Jam
Stone Temple Pilots
311
Phish
Black Crowes - my 1st concert
Paul McCartney
David Gray
Dave Matthews
Metallica
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tiesto
armin van buuren
sander van doorn
carl cox
paul van dyk
blank and jones
ferry corsten
markus schulz
john 00 fleming
cosmic gate
sasha
john digweed
steve angello
steve aoki
christopher lawerence
eddie halliwell
lisa lashes
dubfire
laidback luke
above and beyond
deadmau5 before he became popular

i'm sure there are other just can't remember them.

Nice list!
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Nice thread idea...great shows listed so far especially by 1015 and Dust.

My first live show was AC/DC during the '91 Razors Edge tour and I'm still going to shows to this day, creepin' out the youngsters.

I've seen a wide range of acts from Metallica to A Tribe Called Quest but I grew up as a suburban indie rocker and the large majority of shows I've been to fall into that category.

The best event I've been to recently was the inaugural ATP Festival in NY back in '08. http://www.atpfestival.com/events/at...008/lineup.php If no one recognizes any of the bands listed
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