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Old 08-04-2008, 11:14 PM   #11
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It's easier to say who I didn't see and wish I had in their prime,which is Zepp,P. floyd and the stones.
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Old 08-05-2008, 03:09 PM   #12
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I have to say TOOL was the best of course..... But Rob Zombie, Godsmack. Staind, Chevelle, Shinedown, Nickleback,Injected, and Disturbed rank high as well..
Dude, you & I in a truck would be badass.

Kickass music gets me movin', I work great when there's good motivational music boomin'.

After working for shops with kids that fight you for the station that has Nelly, Slim Shady or "fitty" cent and having to compromise by listening to gangsta rap to get a little Stat-X time, I finally just drew a line and kept the radio off.
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Old 08-05-2008, 03:11 PM   #13
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Bar none, the LOUDEST concert I ever went to was Tesla.
We couldn't scream directly into eachothers ears and make out a word.
Thats when I realized my hearing could be seriously affected by loud music.
No exaggeration, I had difficulty hearing for almost a week after.
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Old 08-05-2008, 03:13 PM   #14
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I seen Rush and ????? They sung "My name is Mud" It was held in Market Square arena I was sitting in the VV section and the flor was shaking from the bass that the drummer was kicking from that song My name is Mud.
And Rush's drum solo Kicks

Me and the wife went to a concert back in 97 or 98 Bloodhoound gang was there. and some female band. Crowd was yelling show us your boobs. And she did!!!
The band is Primus, bass player Less Claypool...total inovator, though a bit weird.
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Old 08-05-2008, 06:48 PM   #15
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Dude, you & I in a truck would be badass.

Kickass music gets me movin', I work great when there's good motivational music boomin'.

After working for shops with kids that fight you for the station that has Nelly, Slim Shady or "fitty" cent and having to compromise by listening to gangsta rap to get a little Stat-X time, I finally just drew a line and kept the radio off.
My radio stays on 87.9 playing my I-Pod through the FM transmitter. I never listen to the radio. Out of over 1,000 songs none of them are country or rap. Its just unforgiving metal! Your right bro, thats my motivation in the morning and when Ive been running around none stop into the wee hours of the next morning. What can I say metal is in my blood.....
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The band is Primus, bass player Less Claypool...total inovator, though a bit weird.

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I have to say TOOL was the best of course..... But Rob Zombie, Godsmack. Staind, Chevelle, Shinedown, Nickleback,Injected, and Disturbed rank high as well..
You have got to be kidding? Are those bands or remnants of a bad dream? What ever happened to Danny and the Juniors?
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I saw Pink Floyd perform "The Wall" live at the LA Coliseum, greatest show I have ever seen.
Damn, I'm jealous. One of my all-time favorite bands. I never got to see them live though.
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Damn, I'm jealous. One of my all-time favorite bands. I never got to see them live though.
Cool concert, no opening act, all the audience could see at first was white blocks stacked from floor to curtain line, and couldn't see the band for the first three songs while "The Wall" slowly fell away. Roger Waters and Syd Barrett are the reason I listen to mostly classical and opera now.
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Cool concert, no opening act, all the audience could see at first was white blocks stacked from floor to curtain line, and couldn't see the band for the first three songs while "The Wall" slowly fell away. Roger Waters and Syd Barrett are the reason I listen to mostly classical and opera now.
Yea,but Rogers music has taken a bad turn.He admittedly was the force behind the band after Barrett took ill,and he has written some timeless music,but David Gilmore is the silky smooth sound.I'm hoping Gilmore may tour here sometime.
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