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    Quote Originally Posted by londonpride View Post
    to continue the thread who are the bands/musicians you've seen live personally?

    myself i'm not really a big festival/concert type person but i've seen Oasis twice, Prodigy (although as mentioned in earlier post didn't get close and ended up watching big screen), Greenday, Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters, Tiesto. a few others i wouldn't normally care about like kaiser chiefs etc at the half a dozen festivals i've been to but i'd like to be able to name a few more big bands i've seen.
    Way too many to remember them all. I will have a go as I'm just chilling watching TV at the moment. Totally random order and I don't necessarily like all of these...

    Metallica (x3),
    Black Sabbath (x4),
    Tool (x7),
    A Perfect Circle,
    Deftones,
    Sepultura (x2),
    Soulfly (x2),
    John Mayer,
    Kanye West,
    Common,
    One Minute Silence (x2),
    Pulkas,
    Crowbar (x2),
    Soilent Green,
    Hatebreed,
    Pantera,
    Machine Head (x2),
    Queens Of The Stoneage (x3),
    Disturbed,
    Marilyn Manson,
    Cradle of Filth,
    Black Label Society,
    Antiproduct - urgh,
    Lostprophets,
    Funeral For A Friend,
    Wishbone Ash,
    Rick Wakeman,
    Monster Magnet,
    Pitchshifter,
    Down,
    Alice In Chains,
    Comes With The Fall,
    Lamb Of God,
    Unearth,
    Trivium (x2),
    Knuckledust,
    Unite,
    Stampin' Ground (x4),
    Drain (x2),
    Auf der Maur,
    Rachel Stamp (x2 unfortunately),
    Satyricon,
    Cortizone,
    Limp Bizkit (x2),
    Korn,
    Slipknot (x2),
    Entombed,
    Skinlab (x3),
    Linkin Park,
    Pennywise,
    Him,
    The Blueprint,
    Earthtone9,
    Caliban,
    Clutch,
    Dinosaur Jr.,
    Madball,
    Fear Factory,
    Human Waste Project,
    Coal Chamber (sadly),
    Killswitch Engage,
    Mastodon,
    Mudvayne,
    Orange Goblin,
    Slayer (x2),
    Shadows Fall,
    Red Hot Chili Peppers,
    James Brown (when he was old and totally shit),
    36 Crazyfists,
    Will Haven,
    Mad capsule markets,
    Drowning Pool,
    SOAD,
    Ozzy,
    Breed77,
    Damageplan,
    Sum 41,
    Good Charlotte (lol, turned up to Reading just in time to see them getting bottled),
    Goatsnake,
    H2O,
    Velvet Revolver.


    ...there are probably as many again including festival bands and support acts which I can't remember.
    Last edited by Rob T; 21-06-2010 at 11:15 PM. Reason: Added more bands.
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    Fair do's Rob T, looks like some awesome gigs there. What are tool like live?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorstorm View Post
    Fair do's Rob T, looks like some awesome gigs there. What are tool like live?
    Tool are quality. Saw them in 2002 at Download (or was it 2003?) Dunno although they werent as good at 2001 but I was further back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke View Post
    Tool are quality. Saw them in 2002 at Download (or was it 2003?) Dunno although they werent as good at 2001 but I was further back.
    They are defo on my list of bands to see!
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    I think I've seen every bad I want to see, other than AC/DC and Turisas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke View Post
    I think I've seen every bad I want to see, other than AC/DC and Turisas.
    I seen ACDC at manchester , must have been last year now? - either way it was pretty awesome. There was a 30 ft blow up dancing rosie riding a train that "crashed" into the stage. Seriously good effects and effort had gone into the show
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorstorm View Post
    Fair do's Rob T, looks like some awesome gigs there. What are tool like live?
    Awesome.

    I spent one gig just watching Danny Carey. The guy is unbelievable. I thought some of the stuff on the albums must be double tracked, but nope cos he plays it all live.

    Maynard does some funky stuff. On one tour he put a guitar around his neck but never actually played it... I read one review which mentioned him playing, lol

    They have video screens which are always awesome, some bizarre stuff shown on them.

    I think the best gig I saw them was Manchester when I was right at the front.
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    slipknot where freaking awsome too
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    Rob T it looks like you and I have been to alot of the same gigs and festivals, wasn't that crap Antiproduct set the start of ozzfest 02 rather than download?

    BLS, Mad capsule markets, Drowning Pool, Slayer, Tool SOAD and Ozzy? Epic festival line up

    Your band list has inspired me to write a list of my own, I hope you don't mind but i'm going to pilfer yours as a starting block and edit accordingly
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    I'll have a go at a list, bound to forget some tho as they were pretty much all mid- to late-90s...

    Ugly Kid Joe
    Thunder
    Def Leppard
    My Dying Bride
    Iron Maiden
    Corrosion of Conformity
    Metallica
    Paradise Lost
    Fear Factory
    Type O Negative
    Korn
    Biohazard
    Sepultura x2
    Kiss
    Pitchshifter
    Human Waste Project
    Coal Chamber
    Soulfly
    Foo Fighters
    Therapy?
    Black Sabbath
    Deftones x2
    Will Haven
    Mogwai x2
    Terrorvision
    Slayer
    System of a Down x2
    Spineshank
    Static X
    Slipknot x2
    Kitty
    Pulkas x3
    One Minute Silence x2
    4ft Fingers
    Rancid
    REM
    Dress To Kill
    Page & Plant
    Dog Eat Dog
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