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#1
this thread is inspired by the song King Park by La Dispute. i can't link to it right now, but it's on youtube. listen to it all if you can, but if you can't afford to spend the time, then skip to the ~5th minute until right before he says 'and notify the authorities', leading upto 'can i still get into heaven if i kill myself'. just watching a video of that live gave me goosebumps, everybody screaming it in unison must feel absolutely amazing.

any similar live moments that are great? slipknot do an amazing thing with spit it out and make everybody jump up and down, but it's not all that
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#2
Every time Pearl Jam performs Betterman. Specifically this one for me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2DsEoTynZ8

It was Game One of the 2009 World Series, and the Cliff Lee was flat out DEALING. The whole stadium was chanting "LET'S GO PHILLIES" through out the show, and there was this immense sense of unity that was just god damned beautiful.
#3
Saw Muse for the 10th time last night. When the outro riff for Knights of Cydonia kicks in, everything just goes gloriously cuntshaped.
#4
The sax solo in Jungleland.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGU0z1DGO8E

4:23

chills chills chills
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#9
Please don't kill me, pit.

When Avenged Sevenfold plays Afterlife and the Rev's "I need another chance to live!" scream happens, your mind is going to be blown.

Then the face-melting sweeps start and blow every other fiber of your being.

Really a great song, not to mention a startlingly-accurate prediction of what was to come.
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#11
Please post the La Dispute video.

I'd like to see this specific one... King Park is a great song.
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Seeing Metallica, when the lights went down after some initial cheering there was almost complete silence untill the whole crowd began singing along to ecstasy of gold. Being surrounded by a choir of 15,000 whoaing along to that in complete darkness except for phone lights sent shivers up my spine.
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#13
hands down, the "jump the fuck up" in spit it out

i know it's not on the album, but it's a moment in a song that has an immense impact so w/e
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I've bought this up a few times before but when Spencer hits that note in Ragnarok the place goes nuts. It's hard to tell in this video but I was here and when he hit it. The people legit stopped what they were doing and just looked in awe then cheered the shit out of him when the song was over.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxUEPTQEJzg

Same show. Saw BTBAM play Telos twice now. Both times when they come out of the slow part of that song the place erupted. The parts after are so fast and powerful.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBgbYpqM-ng

I was legit scared for my life a few times during The Acacia Strain at NEMHF. People were walking on my head and shoulders. When you look at this video you will probably think they just went hard for this song only. No the whole set was throwing people. Into the air. So much so that the security guards had to yell out to the crowd to stop throwing people.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbAH5okgN5g

Of course nobody listened and that went all the way up until BDM was done. That was only night one of three.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kfN3eyLTsQ

Dat Intro!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdlgBMQEsHU

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#18
Saw Opeth in Birmingham a year or two ago. They didn't do any of the death metal stuff, but damn, that was a seriously powerful gig. The double-bass drums kicking in at the end of Folklore really stood out to me as one of the coolest parts of the show, superb stuff
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#19
This. Could've picked any one of their songs really, but when the crowd kick in this song just becomes so immense live.
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Really struggled to think of one immense moment from a Rammstein, but when Till walks out with the huge metal wings on his back (must weigh a ton!) and you see them gradually open out, then the flame comes on, and eventually (about 2:35 in, in this vid) see the flames shoot out the ends about 10ft either side... just breath-taking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wfz49uNoN8Q
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Black Stone Cherry. The first time I saw them, he told us that the next song was very important to him and it might be hard for him to sing. And he started playing Thing's My Father Said, a song obviously about his dad, who's no longer alive.

He started singing the first verse, but then did not sing one more word, because the whole crowd sang the whole song. The singer actually had to wipe tears from his eyes for several minutes because he was so moved by it.

And I swear to God everyone in that place was crying.
#23
when it goes from slow to fast whenever the bouncing souls play argyle




#26
xD so funny




#27
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#28
it's okay, one day you all will understand. till then, blake and i will laugh at you
i don't know why i feel so dry
#29
you guys make them out to be way worse than they are. they're not amazing, but they're okay.
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you guys make them out to be way worse than they are. they're not amazing, but they're okay.


listening to them is like eating store brand cereal
i don't know why i feel so dry
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listening to them is like eating store brand cereal


sometimes store brand cereal is good though.
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sometimes store brand cereal is good though.


not this particular cereal. this particular cereal is a terrible, shameless rip off of a beloved cereal brand, cornpuffswithoutYou with added not even goodness for extra distaste.

i wouldn't even give this cereal to a starving homeless man.
i don't know why i feel so dry
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not this particular cereal. this particular cereal is a terrible, shameless rip off of a beloved cereal brand, cornpuffswithoutYou with added not even goodness for extra distaste.

i wouldn't even give this cereal to a starving homeless man.


mewithoutYou is like 7-up, and la dispute is like squirt
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#37
The quiet part in Rammstein's Feuer Frei. Pretty heavy song, then everyone goes quiet for about 10 seconds, and then back to madness.
The wardance when Anthrax plays Indians is pretty cool live.
Who's Got A Match when Simon Neil holds up the flare and everyone chants the chorus.

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If you were at the gig, you wouldn't have a clue Gilmour would be there until he appears. Even knowing he's going to come out, you still get goosebumps.

I didn't see that particular gig but I did see the Wall and when the wall kind of explodes into all the colours during Comfortably Numb I got chills especially with how it's synchronized with the solo.
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Thanks.

Anyway... this is amazing, especially 38mins onwards.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htdulnrNKyM
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I don't care what anyone says, the ending part of Stairway to Heaven when Plant sings, "To be a rock, and not to roll", and then Page comes in with the ending lead, with Jones and Bonham holding down the rhythm. Chills every time.
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