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What's the Best Concert(s) You Have Attended??


Muse 03 Absolution

Tool 06 10000 Days

Dream Theater 98 Infinity

Megadeth 95 Youthanasia

Page and Plant 95 Unledded

Meshuggah/Machinehead 95

QOTSA songs for the deaf tour 03
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Not many artists come my way to be honest. Although we have Bob Dylan, Alice Cooper, and Leonard Cohen coming soon .

The best so far that I went to is the Australian Pink Floyd Band a few years back. Amazing job those guys did.
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Not many artists come my way to be honest. Although we have Bob Dylan, Alice Cooper, and Leonard Cohen coming soon .

The best so far that I went to is the Australian Pink Floyd Band a few years back. Amazing job those guys did.



I saw them man...what did you think of the backing singer on the great gig in the sky? she was awesome. gonna see them next week again.
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Aaron Carter.

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The Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, One Night of Queen (an amazing Queen tribute band).

I also saw Bob Dylan in '07, but it wasn't a great concert.

EDIT: I forgot John Mayer/Ben Folds
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I saw them man...what did you think of the backing singer on the great gig in the sky? she was awesome. gonna see them next week again.


Oh you lucky s@%$!

I thought she was amazing too. In my opinion they did an brilliant job, probably the best tribute band I have ever seen.

EDIT: Various edits :p
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Iron maiden
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#10
Megadeth and Machine head march 14 2008,Bangalore,India...some of the Indian bands were good,too
#13
In Flames, Turbonegro, Kaizers Orchestra and Metallica / Maiden this summer.
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#14
Dillinger Escape Plan @ Astoria, so many battle scars! And they scaled the whole ceiling haha
#15
my favorites i've been to were

Of A Revolution

Warped Tour (went for stuff like Big D and the Kids Table, Bad Religion, etc)

Tool

but all the best concerts i've been to have been local bands =/ put on a better show with a better atmosphere i suppose.
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van halen 07, red hot chili peppers 07
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The Trans-Siberian Orcestra

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#18
Rock The Bells w/ RATM, Wu-Tang, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill, EPMD, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and some others

Pearl Jam

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

System of A Down

Green Day

Sammy Hagar (im not a huge fan, but it was a great show. it was at House of Blues, so it was a small setting, which i think made it better.)

Rush (well, this isnt until July, but i know it would be on the list, so im putting up now. )
#19
"Weird Al" Yankovic

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I hate how I live by the Gorge, but the only concert I'm ever interested in is the Sasquatch Festival. It might be better this year though, cause Dave Matthews Band and Rush will be there this year.
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As i lay dying with august burns red, evergreen terrece, and still remains

escape the fate was pretty good at a festival i was at as well
#24
Paganfest on Monday at the Rios Leeds It was Fantastic, all 5 bands were good but Eluveitie, Korpiklaani and Moonsorrow were amazing live
I saw Turisas about 6 weeks ago in the Sheffield Corporation, they are a brilliant live band! Alestorm, one of their support acts, were also really good
Deep Purple, with support from Styx and Thin Lizzy, last year was pretty good. So were The Hives.
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I saw buckethead. that was an awesome show, but I was more impressed with the opening act then I was with him. Shred is kool and all but **** the first guy was amazing. look up "that1guy" on youtube and watch one of his music videos for "one" or "buttmachine"
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Foo Fighters, back in February in Detroit. They are so amazing... Not even kidding. One of the best live bands ever, in my opinion.


good to hear, I'm going to see them for my birthday in july in portland
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velvet revolver '08 (there last gig with Scott Weiland as front man)

had the stone gods and pearl as support, the first were awesome... second were ****e!

all in all, an awesome gig.. ah ive got some awesome pics to if anyone wants to see them?
#30
After watching The Chili Peppers live at Slane Castle (2003) DVD I feel like I was there.

And that, my friend, was pure winnage.
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#31
Muse - November 06 - Wembley Arena
Muse - June 07(or was it july :/) - Wembley Stadium
Dream Theater - Novemberish 07 - Wembley Arena

i think muse were slightly better, but dream theater were amaaazing, and syphony x were awesome as well! so the whole gig was good.
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Primus was incredible when I saw them live. I had a great seat, and they didn't miss one note in the whole entire set. Saw Les Claypool live with his solo project a year or so after that, and it was just as good. My friend and I managed to get right up front in front of Les, so that was really great, and we met him and got his autograph after. *faints*
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#34
The only "big" bands i've seen are Muse and MCR at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.
Other than that I've only seen some amazing local bands as well as a few small bands from out of state
#37
Rolling Stones
U2 (say what you want about them, great live show)
Behemoth
ETID (all 5 times Ive seen them they're amazing)
Finntroll was hilariously amazing
Say Anything
Summer Slaughter 07. All the bands (even ABRB to some extent) were amazing
Modern Life Is War
Weird Al
Little Feat surprised me
Born of Osiris and Veil of Maya
Suicide Silence is always amazing, especially with August Burns Red and Unearth
Tool
Opeth, Dark Tranquillity, and Devin Townsend

those would be the best. I can't be arsed to remember the rest.
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Ozzfest 07 (Lamb of God, HateBreed, Behemoth, Nile, and DevilDriver were most enjoyable)
Trivium w/ Protest the Hero, The Sword, Sanctity
Nile w/ Suicide Silence, Warbringer, The Faceless
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yo im currently living in woodstock CT... stay brutal!!! did you go to the palladium?? i saw nile and suicide silence there... ****in sick
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