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hey so, as cliche as it sounds, mine is the wall live in berlin, it's got it all. the legacy of the band, the history of the city, the memorial fund the proceeds went towards, the wicked show, props and effects, cyndi lauper dancing hot in a bra. anyways, I'm getting high tonight and wanted to watch something else for a change, can anyone suggest an entertaining show? maybe provide a link for me? that'd be awesome
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#3
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#6
led zeppelin desert dvds but the first disc from royal albert hall
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#8
how about the last waltz by martin scorcese
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#11
311 Live in New Orleans

But I can't wait for the new Muse Live DVD.
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I like my Last supper- Coheed and cambria


same for me
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Killadelphia - Lamb of God
Great dvd, check it out
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#15
Life on the murder scene by my chemical romance is pretty awesome
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#16
once it comes out; The Roundhouse Tapes
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#18
I don't know if you dig primus. But this show was amazing!

Primus - Hallucino-Genetics

also

Sevendust - Southside Double-Wide
#19
Another one - Black Sabbath - Last Supper. Ozzy is barely there, but Tony, Geezer, and Bill are all on task.
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I like my Last supper- Coheed and cambria

that was good too. that last jam (what was it called?) of the show was amazing.
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#21
Lamentations.


Edit: Or Chaos Ridden Years: Stockholm Knockout Live from Children Of Bodom, that's good too.
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#22
i agree with myself, clearchaos, and rysel as far as primus goes. that primus **** will get you high.
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lamb of god - killadelphia

the concert is great but the bonus features are the best. guitar and drum lessons, interviews with the roadies, the band getting drunk and fistfighting, and the DVD commentary with the band is hilarious.
#29
First off: rammstein? bunch of stupid racist who need to die
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Rush R30
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#31
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I am going to go impale myself on a harpoon for not thinking of that one immeadiately.
#32
the ultra festival 2008. it's not even out yet lol.
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First off: rammstein? bunch of stupid racist who need to die
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Rammstein are not racists lol, I'll recommend Chili Peppers Live at Slane and Foo Fighters Everywhere but Home.

Edit: Also Eric Clapton's 2005 and 2007 crossroads festivals a lot of good artists played at those concerts.
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SCORE!!!


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#38
well ac/dc live is awsome. and i hear aerosmith's live dvd is great.
#39
I'll second Chili Peppers live at slane

and i've been thinking about checking Under Blackpool Lights by the White Stripes has anyone seen it is it any good?
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#40
David Bowie's Glass Spider Tour for the win!!

I like it because it starts out with his lead player at the time (it was '87, so it was Carlos Alomar). He comes out and does tapping, solo-ey type stuff. And then the dancers come from the ceiling on repelling ropes, and start doing "Up the Hill Backwards". Then Bowie comes down fro mthe cieling on a chair suspended by wires. He has a mic built-in to the handset of one of those old rotary phones.

Anyways, through out the concert, he's singing while his dancers do these odd skits in the background involving beating each other up, hitting baloons with a baseball bat, some guy spazzing out on the floor, this chick dancing around with a silver spray-painted doll, another chick freaking out that's she's even there, and the whole thing is just wildly cool.

Definitely worth a look/listen.
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