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Old Fri, Feb-05-2010, 03:17:15 PM   #11
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Holyshyt that's a lot of venues!!! What are you? Part of the road stage crew? I've only have been to 9 (don't remember the dates)

1. Sublime
2. Korn
3. Insane Clown Posse
4. Jay-Z
5. Winter Jam (whole bunch of people)
6. Alicia Keys
7. Adventura
8. Marc Anthony & Jennifer Lopez
9. Julio Iglesia

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Shocker.
I'm into everything... I don't have a specific favorite kind of genre to listen to, but most of the sappy stuff I listen to is because mah gf has me by the ballz.
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I'm into everything... I don't have a specific favorite kind of genre to listen to, but most of the sappy stuff I listen to is because mah gf has me by the ballz.
Shocker.
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And here I thought I had failed massively.
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And here I thought I had failed massively.
LOLNn-X. Damn, tough crowd.
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I never got to see Pantera.
Dunno if you saw when I mentioned (the youtube 'song' thread), but I saw them the night before they went in to the studio for 'Cowboys.' I had to be talked into it, since (being from Dallas) I remembered them like this:




Anyway, I went, and it was epic. RIP Darrell.
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In no order:

Green Day
Manic Street Preachers (Millennium concert)
Offspring
Fatboy Slim
Basement Jaxx (best show I've ever seen)
Coldplay
Radiohead
Stereophonics x3 including acoustic set
Feeder
Interpol x2
Starsailor
Paul van Dyk
Paolo Mojo
Gabriel & Dresden


...blanking on a bunch
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You guys to a lot of concerts!!! I haven't been to anywhere near that many.


1. Depeche Mode - 1998 Best of Tour
2. Paul Oakenfold
3. George Acosta
4. U2
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Old Fri, Feb-05-2010, 03:34:06 PM   #18
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The ones I can remember... tour/notes in parentheses

I. Multiple locations:
Spoon (8x, going back to Kill the Moonlight)
...and You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (2x)
Nine Inch Nails (4x: Now I'm Nothing tour, Lolla '91, Spiral tour, and in '06, iirc)

B. Dallas, '80-'90:
Doobie Brothers (my first show)
James Taylor (my second)
Journey (Escape, Loverboy opened)
Police (Ghost in the Machine)
ZZ Top (Eliminator, Albert King opened ftw)
Judas Priest (Defenders and Turbo, second was filmed for "JP Live" DVD)
Dio (2x)
Dokken (2x)
Rush (Signals)
Iron Maiden (Powerslave, WASP opened)
Aerosmith (Done With Mirrors)
Kiss (Animalize? Queensryche opened, first tour, supporting The Warning)
Texxas Jam ('85 and '86; lineups at link)
Anthrax (State of Euphoria, Exodus and Celtic Frost opened)
Michael Jackson (Bad)
Tears for Fears (Seeds of Love tour, Blondie opened)
The Cult (Sonic Temple)

3. California, '90-'04:
Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians ('91 or thereabouts)
Lollapalooza '91 (lineup)
Lollapalooza '93 (lineup)
Primus (co-headline with Public Enemy and Anthrax, night of the Oakland firestorm; very surreal, ash fell on us as we left)
Weezer ('blue album')
Depeche Mode (Exciter tour; was ****, got rooked the tour before)
KoRn (Issues)
Steely Dan ('03?)
Reverend Horton Heat (5x)
Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-Fonics
Pete Yorn (debut)
Grandaddy (farewell tour)
Dismemberment Plan (farewell tour, have also talked to Travis Morrison at a local party)

iv. DC/Baltimore '04-now:
The Pogues (2x)
Elvis Costello (2x)
Bob Mould (2x)
Morrissey
Norah Jones (Not Too Late)
Low (Great Destroyer)
Band of Horses (debut)
Ambulance LTD (?)
American Analog Set (Set Free)
The New Pornographers
Coldplay (2x, first for free... we worked security )
Belle and Sebastian (went for the New Pornos as openers, left before B&S)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (debut)
Editors (very "meh," free tickets, think I went for the openers anyway)
Slint (reunion tour)
Futureheads (debut)
Smithereens
Queens of the Stone Age (2x)
Arcade Fire (Funeral tour)
Bloc Party (debut tour)
Black Angels
She Wants Revenge (2x)
Echo and the Bunnymen (about 4 years ago @ a tiny DC club)
holy fvk! how's teh hearing?
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You guys to a lot of concerts!!! I haven't been to anywhere near that many.


1. Depeche Mode - 1998 Best of Tour
2. Paul Oakenfold
3. George Acosta
4. U2
The "Singles" tour. That's the one I missed. Had tix, boss switched me to swing shift after I got them, and wouldn't let me take leave. Had to give it away. All our friends still went, wife got to go too. Don't think I've ever been so pissed.

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holy fvk! how's teh hearing?
Shockingly, very good (and I played with a live band regularly through my teen years). Admittedly, I wear musicians in-ear plugs to most shows I attend these days.
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Old Fri, Feb-05-2010, 05:21:11 PM   #20
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pink floyd doobie bros joe walsh helmet widespread panic coc* used to play a lot of house parties in raliegh allman brothers a few others at small clubs in college
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