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Old 07-02-2008, 10:42 PM   #16
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Zach's voice, for me, is nothing to shout from the rooftops, but man, it's just bloodpumping.

I was *this* close to getting the DJ to play Bulls on Parade on Sunday night... man I woulda gone off!
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Old 07-03-2008, 01:17 AM   #17
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Eh, don't go on this band much....bore me to be fair.
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I really enjoyed their headlining set at this year's Big Day Out,

They're a kind of band I have to be in a right mood to listen to in large doses, otherwise Zach's vocals feel like listening to a permanently pissed-off teenage boy. But they're really good at what they do; great gym music, as well. I usually start my workout with Killing in the Name,
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I really enjoyed their headlining set at this year's Big Day Out,

They're a kind of band I have to be in a right mood to listen to in large doses, otherwise Zach's vocals feel like listening to a permanently pissed-off teenage boy. But they're really good at what they do; great gym music, as well. I usually start my workout with Killing in the Name,
sums it up pretty well

does anyone know why they stopped playing at big day out this year??
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When did they stop playing?

I saw them at the Adelaide BDO and it was one of the highlights EVER in all the BDO's I've been to (and I've been to at least 10!) I even dragged my old butt down kinda towards the mosh, i had bruises for days afterwards, but it was SOOO worth it - Killing In The Name was one of my greatest concert moments ever!!
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I saw RATM opening for U2 on the Popmart Tour at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
They were one of the best bands of the 90's.
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Nah not when, why.

I'd heard they were playing and stopped mid-song for some reason.
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does anyone know why they stopped playing at big day out this year??
If you're talking about Melbourne, from what I gathered they stopped playing near the end because a few people climbed onto the construction roofs, and the security wanted them to get down before the show could be resumed.
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If you're talking about Melbourne, from what I gathered they stopped playing near the end because a few people climbed onto the construction roofs, and the security wanted them to get down before the show could be resumed.
And some people were climbing trees and stuff to....weird stupid drunks!
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Yeah, that's what I was talking about... but did Rage stop because they had to, or voluntarily? Cos I always thought Rage would be buoyed by that sort of action...
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Got the Los Angeles DVD today... is that Cypres Hill performing with them during How I Could Kill a Man?
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