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#4
Roger Water's The Wall Tour 2010.
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#6
The Flaming Lips' New Year's Ever Freakout 2011.
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#7
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Three hours straight with high energy. Also, it was the last concert that keyboardist/accordianist Danny Federicci played with the band. Luckily, the song of the night was captured on video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kB1d0eey5ho
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#8
Porcupine Tree.

It was amazing.

They had the perfect setlist, the sound was just how it should be and i was all the way up front.


We also hung out with the band for a coupla hours the day before the gig.
#9
The Giraffes, Aaron Lazar's (their former singer) last show with the band. So much beer was thrown in joy. It was a constant party for an hour and a half, at the Mercury Lounge in NYC.

I also have photographic evidence that shows I got on stage and did a Wayne's world "not worthy" thing during a guitar solo, and that I licked Damien's guitar at some point . Yes, alcohol was involved.
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#10
Fair to Midland, Periphery, and Scale the Summit. It was intense.

And the whole time Fair to Midland was playing, we basically had all members of each band onstage all playing together.. Misha was playing guitar, the StS bassist was doing bass.. Even Spencer from Periphery came out and sang with Darroh.. It was so great.
#11
Cancer Bats, Against Me, Alexisonfire, and Billy Talent, all of the bands that night put on such a fantastic show, so much energy, such good sound for our local shitty arena!
#12
Devildriver, August Burns Red, God Forbid, By far the best concert i ever been to Devildriver was fvcking awesome
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#14
Kiss at Staples Center
Foxy Shazam at the Troubadour
The Airborne Toxic Event at the Troubadour
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Grove of Anaheim
Roger Water's The Wall at the Staples Center
John Mayer at the Troubadour
Them Crooked Vultures at the Roxy
Foo Fighters at the Roxy
The Raconteurs at the Greek Theatre
The White Stripes at the Greek Theatre

Top 10 in no specific order
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#15
I'd say its a tie between seeing Minus The Bear, Supergrass and The Foo Fighters playing together, or it was Dream Theater opening for Iron Maiden.
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#16
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Btbam, Cynic, and Scale the Summit for sure.


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That show was BAD. ASS.
#17
Deftones at Palladium in Dallas. Small venue. ****ING sweet, especially during bits like My Own Summer where the crowd was packed in and undulating.
Best night of my life.
Maybe in part because of the giant Samoan mother****er smoking a blunt as large as himself right next to me, but hey, it's all part of the experience.
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#18
Honestly, a local ska-core band called Snack Attack, It was the most fun I've had at a show.
#19
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I cummed so hard that I cummed blood. It was awesome.
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#20
Either Queens of the Stone Age or The Black Keys. I got a really shitty spot for QOTSA but they are by far my favorite band and they sounded sick as hell. The Black Keys put on one hell of a show too, and I could actually see them without having to jump over people lol.
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#23
Mastodon, BTBAM, Baroness, and Valient Thorr last summer. I was pretty much right in front of the stage and the energy of the show was just incredible.
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#24
I'm torn between two. A very intimate show performed by Devin Townsend, and an incredibly intense Dillinger Escape Plan show outside in 100 degree heat.
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#25
Iron Maiden. It was a totally incredible performance - those dudes are in their fifties but bring more energy to the stage than bands half their age. To be surrounded by thousands of Maiden fans is such an experience - and my friends and I got some seats near the front for dirt cheap thanks to some string-pulling.

I also got to sing onstage at a Nevermore show last year. That takes second place. third would be seeing Devin Townsend last year - it was like a ridiculous party that eventually spilled onstage, and Devin is a consummate entertainer.
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#26
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Dream Theater and Iron Maiden in Montreal.


Saw them up near seattle. Got Portnoy and Rudess's autographs.
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#29
I wouldn't call it a "concert", but it was DJ Tiesto. I had so much fun.
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#31
As of now, i'd say The Toasters.

But im seeing Bright Eyes tomorrow night, so im expecting a change.
#32
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Roger Water's The Wall Tour 2010.

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#34
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Kiss at Staples Center
Foxy Shazam at the Troubadour
The Airborne Toxic Event at the Troubadour
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Grove of Anaheim
Roger Water's The Wall at the Staples Center
John Mayer at the Troubadour
Them Crooked Vultures at the Roxy
Foo Fighters at the Roxy
The Raconteurs at the Greek Theatre
The White Stripes at the Greek Theatre

Top 10 in no specific order


Shit, TCV played the Roxy? Saw them at the Wiltern on the night the album came out. Great concert. I love the Wiltern (probably my favorite venue) but I love the intimacy and small size of the Roxy. Was probably an amazing show. Isn't it great to live in such an awesome place when it comes to live music?

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Either Queens of the Stone Age or The Black Keys. I got a really shitty spot for QOTSA but they are by far my favorite band and they sounded sick as hell. The Black Keys put on one hell of a show too, and I could actually see them without having to jump over people lol.


God damn it I hate you so much. QOTSA are playing 2 nights at the wiltern on tuesday and wednesday and I can't go because I have to study on both of those nights to raise my grades in Calculus and Physics. They are in my top 5 bands but I just cant go to either show. God damn. I'm pissed. Thankfully I live 30-45 mins from the sunset strip and the best concert venues in the world are right here. Too bad school has to **** everything up and not let me go.
#35
I went to Clapton's Crossroads Festival this past summer. Best concert Ive ever been to, sunburn and all
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#36
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Shit, TCV played the Roxy? Saw them at the Wiltern on the night the album came out. Great concert. I love the Wiltern (probably my favorite venue) but I love the intimacy and small size of the Roxy. Was probably an amazing show. Isn't it great to live in such an awesome place when it comes to live music?


It was amazingly good. I was right against the stage right in front of John Paul Jones. The Wiltern is awesome but I love seeing bands at smaller venues
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#38
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Boris and Russian Circles was amazing, but I think jónsi may have been just a tad bit better. I really can't decide, Isis and Pelican was really good too.

The first two are touring again, starting in England.

Really jealous of Isis, almost saw them on the farewell tour.
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#39
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God damn it I hate you so much. QOTSA are playing 2 nights at the wiltern on tuesday and wednesday and I can't go because I have to study on both of those nights to raise my grades in Calculus and Physics. They are in my top 5 bands but I just cant go to either show. God damn. I'm pissed. Thankfully I live 30-45 mins from the sunset strip and the best concert venues in the world are right here. Too bad school has to **** everything up and not let me go.

Well the feeling is mutual because I've been wanting to see TCV since they got together and I still haven't had the chance. Plus you live cloe to ****in awesome venues. I have Detroit lol. I usually just go to Chicago for all my shows, though.
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