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Old 24th February 2004, 13:19   #1
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Bands (past and present) you'd have loved to see play live?

Which bands haven't you seen live, but would always have loved to?

PWEI (too late, disbanded).
Stereolab
Curve
Primal Scream
The Jesus & Mary Chain (probably too late).
Mega City Four (too late, bastards)!

(to name a few)

Stage-diving at a PWEI gig would've been the ultimate.

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Old 24th February 2004, 13:26   #2
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As I already have said in the other thread:

Queen and Pink Floyd... way too late but I know it would have been awesome

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Old 24th February 2004, 14:01   #3
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Without doubt, Pink Floyd.

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Old 24th February 2004, 17:23   #4
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Yeah, those were perhaps the stadium bands.

I prefer the smaller venues. More atmosphere. I mean, a pub will do nicely.

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Old 24th February 2004, 20:42   #5
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Janis(Pre Woodstock)*
Jimi(Pre Woodstock)*
Robert Johnson (During the legendary two years)
Rolling Stones (post 1966 pre 1970)
Otis Redding
Marvin Gaye (Immediatly following the release of 'Whats Going On' and 'Lets Get it On')
Sam & Dave
Bob Marley (any damn time)
Funkadelic (Post Maggot Brain)
James Brown (circ. 1965)
13th Floor Elevators
Beach Boys (Pet Sounds tour)
King Tubby

* = if you ask 'who?', you'll be taken out back and shot!

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Old 24th February 2004, 21:24   #6
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Janis(Pre Woodstock)*
Jimi(Pre Woodstock)*

* = if you ask 'who?', you'll be taken out back and shot!
Even I - a music know-nothing - didn't ask myself "who" for a second there so I guess all the others will be safe

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Old 24th February 2004, 21:32   #7
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Mia, they are all required listening. May I recommend Funkadelic?

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Old 24th February 2004, 21:35   #8
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Floyd
Stevie Ray Vaugn (I think that's how it's spelled)
Sex Pistols

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Old 24th February 2004, 21:40   #9
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Bad Religion, Pennywise, Tsunami Bomb, Pretty much any punk band. We get pretty much solid country bands up here. I'd also kinda like to see Throwing Muses live 'cause I've heard they're really down to earth.

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Old 24th February 2004, 21:45   #10
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Mia, they are all required listening. May I recommend Funkadelic?
Thanks marvinbarcelona for the advice, I'll check them out At least I have already seen two of the bands you've listed in concert - only in the wrong time! (and I've only haven't heard of 5 out of your list - that's already something for me)

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Old 24th February 2004, 23:58   #11
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•Metallica (When they had Jason Newstead)
•limpbizkit
•Rush
•Godsmack
•AC/DC
•Ozzy Osbourne (WAYYY back when Randy Rhodes was still alive)

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Old 25th February 2004, 04:58   #12
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Oooooo I could die to see them ...
Back Sreet Boys
NSync
Boyzone
Five
Savage Garden
(During the time when they were on the top of the world.......Only if it was possible :cry ...Anyways,I atleast have their live video's )
Also...
Westlife
The Corrs
Michael Learns to Rock
(Still got some chance here )

All pop music is good music but all good music isn't pop music
Wanna know more about pop music or my boy-bands?
Westlife / Backstreet Boys / Savage Garden / NSync / Michael Learns to Rock
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Old 25th February 2004, 05:32   #13
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Incubus
Nirvana
Godsmack
Pantera
Slayer
AC/DC
Korn (pre-Take a Look in the Mirror)
Rage Against the Machine
System of a Down
Jimi Hendrix
Led Zeppelin
Metallica (pre-St. Anger)
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omg, to see the legendary jeff buckley would have been phenomenal. and i didnt see anyone mention the beatles.now that would be incredible. and im still waiting for steve vai and joe satriani to come to australia! i still havent seen metallica, i would have liked to see them maybe just after the black album. dc talk, crowded house and the cranberries to name a few others.
hey apola, im so proud that u like the very australian savage garden! they must be my favourite pop band of all time(unless the beatles count as pop). darren hayes is still going around, so u still got half a chance.
and marvinbarcelona...id like to know how old u are, if u dont mind.
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Old 25th February 2004, 21:12   #15
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Nirvana
AC/DC
Korn (pre-Take a Look in the Mirror)
Rage Against the Machine
Jimi Hendrix
Led Zeppelin
Metallica (pre-St. Anger)
Agreed, except for a few things. AC/DC would be nice to see, but I've seen their video (Split Lip or something?), wasn't as good as I thought.

Korn, pre-Untouchables would be better. Untouchables is when they shut down, not Take a Look in the Mirror. Both pretty bad albums.

Rage Against the Machine, incredible. The DVD is awesome, if you haven't got it, buy it, quick.

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Old 25th February 2004, 21:14   #16
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and marvinbarcelona...id like to know how old u are, if u dont mind.
He's 58

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Agreed, except for a few things. AC/DC would be nice to see, but I've seen their video (Split Lip or something?), wasn't as good as I thought.
My dad has this old-ass video of a few AC/DC concerts (From the 80's), and they look like they would be awsome to see live...

There's this one part where Angus goes backstage, and you see him put an oxygen mask on and breathe some nitrous...After that, he walks into the crowd and wails away...That was cool...

[edit]Oh, and yeah...KoRn's "Untouchables" album wasn't really that good, but I still somewhat enjoyed it...I liked their singles "Here To Stay" and "Thoughtless", but other songs that weren't selected like "Bottled Up Inside" was good, and "One More Time" (Although didn't quite fit the usual "KoRn" style) was a nice song that had a good melodic rock style to it, rather than your typical "RAHH!!!" thrash/nu-metal type song...

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I think Niccolo Paganini would have been a great performance to see. The rumor was he made a deal with the devil for his playing ability - all other "death" bands have since stolen his idea.

The consumate showman, he would purposely file down the strings of his violin during Intermission so that way he could cause them one by one to snap - and he then "improvised" the rest of his piece entirely on the E string (The thinnest and highest pitched string)

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Old 26th February 2004, 17:58   #19
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He's 58
El Bastardo! Cylob's only jealous 'cause I have at least 10 years on him.


I'm actually a very young 36 (37 tomorrow folks!) and currently dating a very attractive 24 year old.

It's been said that I could start an arguement in an empty room.....I see no reason to disbelieve this.
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Old 26th February 2004, 18:20   #20
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I'm actually a very young 36 (37 tomorrow folks!) and currently dating a very attractive 24 year old.
You bastard marvin! I bet the plastic surgery cost an arm and a leg (and part of your bottom).

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Old 26th February 2004, 19:31   #21
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You're just jealous, Cylob. By the way, the new zimmer okay for you? Not too fast is it?

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Old 26th February 2004, 20:45   #22
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so anyway...

Sabbath
Queen
the Eagles (I have a live version of Hotel California that's the best live version of anything, ever, by anyone)
and others


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Old 26th February 2004, 21:26   #23
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You're just jealous, Cylob. By the way, the new zimmer okay for you? Not too fast is it?
You never fail to amuse me dude.

Happy birthday for tomorrow. You never know, ShyShy may post a thread.

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shyshy did in another forum

back on topic
Queen - seen them live
Kayak - going there 3th march
BB King - 3 times already
Warron zevon - too late damn
U2 - back when they had just released Boy
Neil Young - anytime - seen him 3 times
Eric Clapton - seen him also 3 times
The Band - loved to have been there during the last waltz concerts.
Pink Floyd- never seen them
Camouflage - - too late
Depeche mode - thank god seen them once.
Camel - seen them last year playing live -
and the list goes on and on .
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The Smiths
Joy Divison (Though I guess New Order are half way there?)
Johnny Cash

And up until recently I'd have said The Pixies, but they've reformed and are touring
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To this day i still regret not going to the Roskilde Festival in 1996.

Some of the Line up that year was; Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sex Pistols, David Bowie, Björk, Cypress Hill, Alanis Morisette, Rage Against The Machine, Sepultura, Foo Fighters, Fun Loving Criminals, Massive Attack, Moby, Moloko, No Doubt, Presidents Of The USA, Skunk Anansie and Leftfield.[more]

Think it's the stongest line up any of the Danish festivals ever had
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Hendrix
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Old 6th March 2004, 18:25   #28
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Definitely HIM
Queen (like it's gonna happen)
Incubus
Our Lady Peace
Placebo
Matchbox 20
Coldplay

hmm... can't remember more right now...
Wanted to check out Evanescence by curiosity, but gave up that idea, cause I saw them live on tv and it didn't leave the best impression. Quite a few different and poor performances in fact, so it could not have been a "bad day".
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Gloria Estefan / Miami Sound Machine
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Stevie Ray Vaugn (I think that's how it's spelled)

It's "Vaughn", hon

I would've loved to have been at a Depeche Mode 101 concert, Merlin's suggestion of The Eagles gets a . Damn, there's just soooo many that I'd like to see.
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And up until recently I'd have said The Pixies, but they've reformed and are touring
I wish they'd stop touring and get in the studio.

Let's face it, Frank Black/The Breeders just aren't as good.

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As I already have said in the other thread:

Queen and Pink Floyd... way too late but I know it would have been awesome

Mia
Absolutely, Pink Floyd. I am STILL waiting for pulse to come out on DVD. I had it on Laserdisc a few years ago and it was and is unbelievable.
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