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Nov 23, 2007 11:51 PM

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Always just kind of curious what bands/singers/etc people have seen live? Well, anything music related seen live I guess.

And/or maybe things that will be seen soon...though maybe that could just be mentioned later, but whatever.
 
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Nov 25, 2007 2:16 AM

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-the killers (x2)
-eminence (a orchestral group who play anime/game music)
-Jet
-Faker
-Thirsty Merc
-Muse
-John Butler trio
-evermore
-eskimo joe
-good charlotte
-powderfinger
-silver chair
-franz ferdinand
-end of fashion
-the living end
-grinspoon (x2)
 
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Nov 25, 2007 2:19 AM

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-Machine Head
-Trivium
-Arch Enemy
-Megadeth
-Static-X
-Devildriver
-Lacuna Coil
-Bring Me the Horizon
 
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Nov 25, 2007 3:58 AM

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Lotsa bands. I've been to W:O:A 8 times .
The best of them would probably be
Immortal
1349
Emperor
Ensiferum
Amon Amarth
Finntroll
Celtic Frost
Pantera
Moonsorrow
Korpiklaani
Metal Church
Children Of Bodom
Dimmu Borgir
Nightwish
Dark Funeral
and really lots more. ..
 
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Nov 25, 2007 8:40 AM

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Modest Mouse
Man Man
Love is Laughter
White Stripes
Dan Sartain


 
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Nov 25, 2007 10:31 AM

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Anna Tsuchiya
Chiaki Ishikawa
Hirano Aya, Chihara Minori, and Yuko Goto

I might have seen others but don't remember atm.

 
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Nov 26, 2007 5:14 PM

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Out of all those I think I've only seen one of them; Good Charlotte (when were good live)

Pearl Jam
Sonic Youth
MxPx
Ultimate Fakebook
They Might Be Giants (x4)
Muckaferguson
Last Car
Stephen Lynch
Puffy AmiYumi (x2)
Tartan Terrors
Streetlight Manifesto
Tally Hall
Goldfinger
Oppenheimer
Michael Leviton
Bottom Line
Adam Richmond

other live opening groups I forget
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Nov 29, 2007 3:38 PM

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TV ON THE RADIO GOOOOOOD

Just from that, I trust your taste of music and am going to listen to those other bands =P


 
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Dec 7, 2007 6:02 AM

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I live in Israel, meaning there are not that many shows, and most of them are super pricey.
But anyway, I've been to shows of:
Megadeth
Nine Inch Nails
Betzefer (x2)

I'm waiting for good bands to come here :P
 
Dec 19, 2007 1:53 PM

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- Ill Niño
- Slayer
- Machine Head
- Nightwish
- In Flames
Can´t seem to remember more, but Ill Niño and In Flames the best of these five.
 
Dec 20, 2007 9:54 PM

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I've seen many, but Muse is the only one someone else has listed. It was before Absolution came out and they were opening a festival type thing. Blew my mind even though I didn't really like all of their stuff after listening to their records. Great performance. Sevendust is the band I've seen the most at 4 times.
 
Dec 29, 2007 2:27 PM

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Muse
My Chemical Romance
Saosin
Interpol
What
 
Jan 5, 2008 7:50 PM

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I've seen
- X
- Los Abandoned (x2)
- The Dingees
- MDC
- Citizen Fish
- Anima Mundi
- Conflict
I'm probably gonna see X again in February :D

He likes Celtic mysticism. .. . .
 
Jan 6, 2008 3:05 PM

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- Death By Stereo
- Bad Religion
- Pennywise
- NOFX
- Underoath
- The Bouncing Souls
- Throwdown
- The Academy Is..
- Rise Against
 
Jan 11, 2008 2:23 AM

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Primal Scream
Anathema
Porcupine Tree

Gonna be seeing Opeth and My Bloody Valentine this year.
 
Jan 14, 2008 6:22 AM

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molly hatchet
papa roach
hinder
12 stones
hole
garbage
green day
 
Jan 14, 2008 9:50 PM

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On Saturday I saw
- Nasa Space Universe
- Bad Parents
- SCHS
- Friendly Neighbors (got to sing with 'em too!)

He likes Celtic mysticism. .. . .
 
Jan 18, 2008 11:30 PM

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Umm, of the ones I can remember:

Motion City Soundtrack
The Killers
Papa Roach
Boys Like Girls
Say Anything (nearly bust my head open crowd surfing...good times =P)
The Academy Is...
Ludo (x2, soon to be x3)
Modern Day Zero
Paolo Nutini (who sucked, but played with Sara Bareilis and Serena Ryder, who where amazing)
Guster (AMAZING!)
Autovein
Smile Empty Soul
Bullet For My Valentine
Straylight Run
Flyleaf
Wolfmother
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Sum 41
Less than Jake
Dixie Chicks
Pete Yorn
Paramore
Underoath
INXS

And I'm going to see The Taste of Chaos Tour with Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold, Idiot Pilot, Bless the Fall, Bullet for my Valentine, MUCC, D'spairsRay, and The Underneath. Yay, my first Japanese concert ^_^
Best were Guster, Motion City Soundtrack, and Serena Ryder ^_^
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Jan 25, 2008 5:05 PM

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no one ever comes here to play XD
but
kelly clarkson, fob, cute is what we aim for, plain white t's, gym class heroes, and bob dylan.

edit: i forgot some O.o
quietdrive, elvis costello, elliot yamin, and some meh radio sponsored ones
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Jan 25, 2008 9:38 PM

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wah, I made this topic in general discussion a long time ago...


-The Arcade Fire (x2)
-Modest Mouse
-Cut Copy
-Franz Ferdinand
-Final Fantasy
-Yeah Yeah Yeahs
-Broken Social Scene (x2)
-Stars
-The Lovely Feathers
- The Most Serene Republic (x3)
-Metric (x2)
-White Stripes
-Wolf Parade
-Belle Orchestre
-The Black Horn
-Louis XIV
-The Raveonettes
-The Stokes (x2)
-Hot Hot Heat
-TV on the radio

.... and a lot more... :D
 
Jan 31, 2008 10:00 AM

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A sample in no particular order.


  • Elton John
  • Dir en Grey
  • Richard Bona
  • Rammstein
  • Hanoi Rocks
  • Apocalyptica
  • Mustasch
  • John Fogerty
  • Random small, native reggae bands


A few of them on the same festival, granted.
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Feb 6, 2008 1:55 PM

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i love going to festivals so i have seen a lot of bands, and if I'm can afford I'm going to go to three festivals this summer.

this is the five ones i liked the most

linkin park - best consert ever nothing can ever beat that
Whitin temptation - best festeval performens yet
In flames - awsome show whit lots of fireworks
Dia psalma - It was hot as hell but what a show
Turbro negro - don't realy like there musik so mutch but the show was awsome the people were wild and crazy^^

I'm going to see bullet for my valentine febuari 19th

I'm soo exited too see them yeay <3<3<3
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Feb 17, 2008 7:53 AM

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Lets see... What I can remember and give a name... ^^;

Some random Finnish Idol winners...
Hanna Pakarinen
Antti Tuisku
Uniklubi
Dingo
Negative
Elastinen
Girugämesh (God I loved them!!!! <3)

Going to see Distraught Overlord.... ^^
 
Feb 24, 2008 4:10 PM

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-Linkin Park
-Lacuna Coil
-The Gathering
-Foo Fighters
In a couple of weeks I'm going to this thing called Gigantour that has Megadeath and In Flames and some others. It's gonna be sweet.
 
Mar 4, 2008 8:19 AM

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Anime/Japanese music related
Spiral Spiders
High and Mighty Color
Yoko Ishida
Kumiko Kato
The Pillows

Non-Anime
Spice Girls
John Mayer
Janel Jackson
Destiny's Child
Evanescence/Atomship/Default
New Edition/702/Blackstreet

If we got 80% or higher let me know! :)
 
Mar 5, 2008 12:00 AM
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Morrissey,The Cure,Depech Mode,The Libertine,THE Rapture,BRMC,The Raveonettes,Kaiser Chiefs,The Killers,franz ferdinand,The Walkman,Art Brut,dirty pretty thinks,the blood arm, the fratellis. no doubt, the subways,Louis XIV. i love concerts
 
Mar 11, 2008 4:24 PM
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Alright these are all the bands that I've seen...

Reel Big Fish
Streetlight Manifesto
Gogol Bordello
Westbound Train
Less Than Jake
Voodoo Glow Skulls
Big D & The Kids Table
Catch 22
Against All Authority
The Tossers
Common House
The Expendables
Pasafire
Pepper
The Phenomenauts
RC Dub
The Skatalites
Slightly Stoopid
Outlaw Nation
The Toasters
Toots & the Maytals
Twelve Cents for Marvin
Dub Trio
Elvis Costello
Damian Marley
Suburban Legends
U2
Flipsyde
Wylde Bunch
Art Garfunkel
Tre Hardson
El Pus
Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer
Punchline
MxPx
John Mellencamp
Niel Diamond
some Beatles cover band a long time ago
part of a Blues Traveler show
and a few local bands...

... I've seen a few more bands, but I don't remember all of thier names... Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that I've seen some of these bands 2 to 6 times...
Oh and all the bad bands on here are warm up bands.
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Mar 11, 2008 4:26 PM

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i've seen:

-Defiance, Ohio
-Can Kickers
-Brava Spectre
-The Boy Bathing
- uhh and a bunch of local bands >___>
 
Mar 12, 2008 8:59 AM

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Bordello said:
Alright these are all the bands that I've seen...
*band list*
... I've seen a few more bands, but I don't remember all of thier names... Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that I've seen some of these bands 2 to 5 times...
Oh and all the bad bands on here are warm up bands.


Me = envious
 
Mar 13, 2008 7:30 AM

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Pain
Sonic Syndicate
The Sounds
Morgana Lefay
tAkida
and prolly some more
 
Mar 15, 2008 2:42 AM

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You guys are gonna have fun with this... Nickelback. The only known group I've ever seen live. I'm prone to bouts of paranoia and tend to avoid crowds; end up talking myself out of going whenever a band I like is playing in my area.
 
Mar 15, 2008 9:09 AM

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stryk3r85 said:
You guys are gonna have fun with this... Nickelback. The only known group I've ever seen live. I'm prone to bouts of paranoia and tend to avoid crowds; end up talking myself out of going whenever a band I like is playing in my area.

Next time have somebody trick you or drag you along? okay, guess maybe that wouldn't work. hmm...
I'm bad with groups, etc, but luckily i've gotten better with it, especially the main place i go to which is kind of small.
 
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Evanescence
Dave Matthews Band
John Mayer
Simple Plan
Foo Fighters

"Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you..."




 
Mar 15, 2008 2:12 PM

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Not many at all :'

Hammerfall
Helloween
Gamma Ray
Axxis
(+ some small bands)


And I only really like Helloween of those mentioned above :L
 
Mar 16, 2008 12:17 AM

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Next time have somebody trick you or drag you along? okay, guess maybe that wouldn't work. hmm...
I'm bad with groups, etc, but luckily i've gotten better with it, especially the main place i go to which is kind of small.


It would be nice if I knew people who went to live shows, because I'd be a lot less antsy going with some people that I knew.
 
Mar 19, 2008 3:08 PM

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i've seen:
underoath
teriyaki boyz
james galway
yo yo ma
wonder girls
jyp
bi
don't ask bout the last three. girls dragged me into it.
 
Mar 19, 2008 8:15 PM
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-Mos Def
-Talib
-The Abolitionists
-Binary Star
-A ton of jazz musicians
-A ton of classical
 
Mar 23, 2008 11:13 AM

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NyappyQueen said:

Going to see Distraught Overlord.... ^^

I did see them... And they were the best.. ^^

Miyavi would be cool to see next... ^^;
 
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The day before last I saw Jean Michel Jarre in Copenhagen. Pretty damn awesome, I must say.
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Apr 4, 2008 1:17 AM

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Dispatch
Slightly Stoopid
Pepper
The wailers
Gwen Stafani
Supervillians
Jack Johnson
311
Breaking Benjamin
Hinder
Three Days Grace
Flipsyde
Anti-Flag
Big D and The Kids Table
Stain
Matisyahu
Alexisonfire
Citizen Cope
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Apr 10, 2008 10:52 PM

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fuck, man... fuck... Streetlight Manifesto came here 3 days ago and I didn't go because I was too lazy. I'm listening to Somewhere in the Between right now and it's so good... FUCK.
 
Apr 12, 2008 9:33 PM
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That sucks.
I just missed them because it was on a Tuesday 3 hours away and I had school... pissed.
They are so freakin' amazing. Just about my favorite band.

p.s. taintedxlove has seen some good shows!
 
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The list of classical musicians I've seen would be long and terribly incomplete. Jazz? A slightly better chance. I've avoided big arena rock as a rule of thumb but our local arena wasn't terribly big in my younger days. Acts I saw there: Yes, Moody Blues, Billy Joel, The Kinks (very good concert) and the best one ever in that venue: Talking Heads on their "Stop Making Sense" tour. Saw The Police backed up by The Specials when the former of the two came through town for the second time. That was #2 best ever concert that I've attended. In comparison DEVO were okay. It was the tour to promote their second album. Oddest concert I didn't attend but heard experience: U2. I was taking a nap prior to starting a midnight shift. Had the window open and heard U2 songs. Thought to myself "Man, someone has their stereo turned up loud". Stuck my head out the window and realized the sound was originating from the stadium about a mile away.
 
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You've seen Yes live? Now that's enviable, d-yaro! I've been indoctrinated since youth to love progressive rock, and that happens to be one of my absolute favourite progressive rock bands. They must be magnificently majestic live.

Also, today I'll go see Richard Bona perform. He's really good live, he knows how to create a laid-back and cool feeling which is perfect for his jazz. Plus he's got a good sense of humour.
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Apr 19, 2008 7:28 PM

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Seether
Disturbed
NiN
Saul Williams
Metallica
Godsmack
Idlesons (x2)
Three Days Grace
Billy Talent
Rise Against
Moneen
Linkin Park
Coheed & Cambria
Thornley
Alexisonfire

There's more, just can't remember atm
 
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Kaiserpingvin said:
You've seen Yes live? Now that's enviable, d-yaro! I've been indoctrinated since youth to love progressive rock, and that happens to be one of my absolute favourite progressive rock bands. They must be magnificently majestic live.


Well, I saw them on the "Tormato"(sic) tour. It was a long time ago... My one complaint with that show was that they put the stage in the centre of the arena with the speakers overhead. Nice idea. Bad acoustics!
 
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Just saw The Fall of Troy / The Dear Hunter / Foxy Shazam / Tera Melos. The vocalist of Foxy Shazam was hanging off the ceiling and shit. Then later he lit a cigarette and ate it. Pretty crazy.
 
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Well recently i went to the showcase to see Saosin the were other bands but i didn't catch their names. And pretty soon i am going to the warped tour.
 
Apr 30, 2008 7:56 AM

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um..well (including [big band] support acts):

Muse (x3)
Velvet Revolver
Foo Fighters
Angels + Airwaves
Q.O.T.S.A.
Motorhead
Lost Prophets
My Chemical Romance
Biffy Clyro
The Zutons
Enter Shikari
Linkin Park
The Automatic
The Noisettes
(I'm sure there might be one or two more but I can't fink of 'em)
+ a few classical concerts with the LSSO at the Barbican, London
 
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saw opeth and boris live last week. My ears are still ringing.
 
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