10 Riot Fest 2014's Bands Will Perform Their Classic Albums in Full

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10 Riot Fest 2014's Bands Will Perform Their Classic Albums in Full
To commemorate its 10th anniversary, Riot Fest has tagged 10 bands to give full performances of classic albums, Consequence of Sound reports.

Among the participating bands: Weezer, Jane's Addiction, Descendents, the Get Up Kids, Slayer, the Offspring, NOFX, Samhain and Naked Raygun.

Riot Fest organizers have a 10th performance still to be announced. As they explain in a press release, "[we] have promised to unveil it in a separate announcement in the upcoming weeks, as well as additional 10th Anniversary surprises."

Riot Fest takes place at three separate locations this September: Toronto (Septermber 6-9), Chicago (September 12-14) and Denver (September 19-21). Other scheduled performers include the Cure, the National, Wu-Tang Clan, the Flaming Lips, Death Cab for the Cutie, Death From Above 1979 and Primus, among others.

Here're the classic albums, that will be performed in full on Riot Fest 2014:

Jane's Addiction - "Nothing's Shocking" (Chicago)
The Offspring - "Smash" (Chicago)
Weezer - "The Blue Album" (Chicago & Denver)
Slayer - "Reign in Blood" (Chicago & Denver)
Samhain - "Initium" (Chicago)
NOFX - "Punk in Drublic" (Chicago & Denver)
Descendents - "Milo Goes to College" (Chicago)
Naked Raygun - "Throb Throb" (Chicago)
The Get Up Kids - "Something to Write Home About" (Chicago)
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