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Old 03-07-2003, 04:39 PM   #31
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I think it should be obvious that Lollapalooza isnt coming to Utah...
Well, they should be coming SOMEWHERE near you. Hitch a ride or something. It'd be worth it just to see Jane's.
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I dont have much interest in Jane's Addiction.

I'd castrate myself to be able to see Audioslave, Queens of the Stone Age, and Jurassic 5 though.

Well, I wouldnt castrate myself, but I'd castrate someone else to be able to go see it.
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I dont have much interest in Jane's Addiction.

I'd castrate myself to be able to see Audioslave, Queens of the Stone Age, and Jurassic 5 though.

Well, I wouldnt castrate myself, but I'd castrate someone else to be able to go see it.
Good point. J5 are awesome live, never seen QOTSA or Audio.
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Old 03-09-2003, 08:54 PM   #34
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I officially like how Chris Cornell sings now. Used to not like it much. Now I do.

Ch, ch, ch, changes...
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I am addicted to Like A Stone now.

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I was a bit distressed today to find out that before this tour Chris went to rehab for drugs and alcohol, but as long as he is sober and rocking, kudos to him.

I cannot wait for Lollapalooza.

Aside from Incubus and the Donnas (I have never really heard either) I am psyched to see the rest of the bands.

I love Audioslave
I love QOTSA

but most of all

I am

and

always have been the biggest Jane's Addiction fan ever.

I went to the first Lolla tour and remember being so tired I was sitting in a puddle of mud in the rain watching some girl breastfeed her baby at the show.

Those were the days...
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I got Audioslave tickets for Mesa, Arizona last night. Big road trip starting tomorrow night. WOO HOO!

Anybody who's seen them live, how was it? How long was the set?
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I am addicted to Like A Stone now.

yeah, it pretty much kicks keister.
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Anybody who's seen them live, how was it? How long was the set?
They were quite good when they played Beantown last week. Set was 75 minutes, about what you'd expect from a band with on album of material.
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THE SHOW WAS GREAT.

very loud, and very dynamic.

I think they played every song they had but one when I saw them.

obviously Cochise was the highlight...

I think they played about 75 minutes for mine too in NYC, but it is non-stop so it is great.

the appreciation they feel when they walk onstage is pretty amazing...
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Was that really an Edge guitar solo (the harmonica bit)? Hah that Edge is a cleve one. I thought it was Morello who was the clever lil guitarist with his solo on Guerilla Radio but it seems maybe the Edge had something before...
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Ok, Audioslave is fantastic live. Great show. It seriously completely rocked. I dont think anyone who's a fan of rock could go to one of their shows with out walking away completely satisfied. Great stuff.

Show highlights:

Opening song - Set It Off
Like A Stone
What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding -Chris Cornell covered this solo on acoustic guitar (an Elvis Costello song)
I Am the Highway
Closing Song - Cochise
They played every song off the album but 2, and also played 2 songs that didnt make the album and 2 covers.

Actually, every song was great. The ones I mentioned are just ones where people really seemed into it. The opening band, Burning Brides, was really good too.

You can all quote me on this: when it comes to guitars, Tom Morello is a god. I was about 10 feet away from him for the first 3 or 4 songs.
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So I was listening to the Audioslave album while reading the lyrics last night. I came to the conclusion that I think that the song "Exploder" was influenced by, or is about the movie Fight Club. This is the last verse:

There was a man who had a face
That looked a lot like me
I saw him in the mirror and
I fought him in the street
And when he turned away
I shot him in the head
Then I came to realize
I had killed myself

Maybe it's just me, but that sure reminds me of Fight Club.
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I think it is you.

Chris Cornell has the ability to write some deep shit...
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I think I Am The Highway is my favorite song off that album......fucking great.......I think I like the slower songs better, I was also a big soundgarden and solo chris cornell fan.....always liked rage musically but I couldn't stand zak de la rocha's rap metal singing
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