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Old 11-11-2002, 03:33 PM   #16
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Counting Crows (This Desert Life Belfast)
Coldplay (Idlewild supporting - a Rush of Blood to the Head tour Belfast)

and a few others I wont care to mention

I'm severely jealous of anyone who's seen Neil Finn live.
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Asia
Bad Company
Loverboy
Foreigner
Bow Wow Wow
Mr. Mister
Styx
Chicago
Billy Joel
Herb Alpert

This is depressing - I haven't seen a live show in over 14 years.
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I really need to see more live shows!

PJ Harvey/U2 (2)
Garbage/U2
ELO
Queens of the Stone Age/Foo Fighters
Q101's Twisted 6: Moby, Fiona Apple, Run DMC, Blink 182, Foo Fighters, Filter, Oasis, Bush
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This is depressing - I haven't seen a live show in over 14 years.
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Old 11-11-2002, 06:24 PM   #20
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Bob Dylan
Counting Crows twice
Wallflowers
Barenaked Ladies
Vertical Horizon
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Tom Petty
Queens of the Stone Age
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The Beastie Boys
DID I MISS SOMETHING???? This year??? or is this old?

well from the beginning(1995 methinks)

Beastie boys
Primus
Rage against the machine
Tori amos
Bjork
U2x4
No doubt
garbage
Pete Yorn
Dovesx2
Elbowx2
The Who
Jay Z
I will see Sugur Ros tomorrow night
and I will see David Gray Feb 8th...as well as the trip to London I'm gonna win in December.

i dont know if they are in the right order...but i think thats all the goodones i've seen.
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distant, well not too distand but not too close of friends are seeing sigur ros in minneapolis too.

and in 2001, they flew to vancouver to see radiohead.

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have I mentioned who's coming to our house for christmas?
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Rage Against the Machine
PJ Harvey
No Doubt x 2
Third Eye Blind
DanceHall Crashers(opening band for TEB)
Nstink and their opening acts(I forget the names)


Hoping to see live:

Garbage
Coldplay
John Mayer
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Old 11-12-2002, 06:14 PM   #25
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Hootie & the Blowfish
The Wallflowers
Train x 2
OAR
Sheryl Crow
No Doubt x 2
Garbage x 2
Stereophonics x 4
U2 x 8
Elvis Costello
John Mayer (in 2 weeks)
Aerosmith
Kid Rock
PJ Harvey x 2
Matchbox 20
Guster
Bruce Springsteen

& a bunch of no names that came to my college.
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Old 11-12-2002, 11:59 PM   #26
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Modest Mouse (they SUCKED)
I caught that tour too. They were AWFUL. Very dissapointing.

I'm not going to list all my shows. There are just way too many. I try to hit a concert a week, if possible.

Last one....hmmmmm........well last big one was Bruce.

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U2SavestheWorld and She Is Raging were you familiar with Modest Mouse before the show? What specifically was so crappy about them? I absolutely love their last couple albums The Moon & Antarctica and Lonesome Crowded West. This was one band I was really hoping to see some time in the future.

Shows that I've been to:

U2 (3) - The best of the 3 by far was the one where i had GA
Bob Dylan - Not bad for a senior citizen
Weezer - I should get a refund for this one.
Death Cab for Cutie/The Dismemberment Plan - I went to this show after hearing some good things about the D-Plan, but came away thinking Death Cab was much better (check out their cover of Bjork's All is Full of Love).
Tool (3) - The first two of their shows were pretty damn good, but the last show was the best one I've ever seen. They not only hit you with intense music (think of tribal beats with fat riffs) but stunning visuals. Maynard, the vocalist, sung with his back towards us the whole time a-la Miles Davis. It felt like we were singing with him instead of him to us. This is an extremely talented band with a tight rhythm section and intelligent lyrics.
Ugly Casanova - I went to his one because their vocalist is Ian Brock, frontman of Modest Mouse. This band is decent, more mellow than the Mouse. The best parts were when Brock shouts into his guitar pickup and the last song Styrofoam Boots.
Superdrag/Guided by Voices - This was an enjoyable show, but quite long at about 3.5 hours. GBV played for over 2.5 hours, the longest I've seen any band play for. It felt like they played over 40 songs and by the end of the show the vocalist was wasted.
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