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Old 01-26-2002, 11:25 PM   #16
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heh thnx popgirlie!

and yeah to anyone who doesn't care!
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Yay, Angie!!

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I love the Stones. I can't wait for them to tour again. I don't care how old they are, what are you bashers gonna do when U2 get that old? I hope U2 will still be out there prancing at that age. I would also love to see Led Zeppelin but I don't think they will reunite. They had their chance in the 80s when they were in high demand, after the Live Aid and Atlantic records reunions (I have both on tape!) but decided not to, maybe afraid of spoiling the legend.
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I love the Stones. I can't wait for them to tour again. I don't care how old they are, what are you bashers gonna do when U2 get that old? I hope U2 will still be out there prancing at that age. I would also love to see Led Zeppelin but I don't think they will reunite. They had their chance in the 80s when they were in high demand, after the Live Aid and Atlantic records reunions (I have both on tape!) but decided not to, maybe afraid of spoiling the legend.
I doubt "Led Zeppelin" will reunite, but I did see Page and Plant a few years ago, and I thought that was pretty awesome. A VERY high energy show--about as good as it could get, I think.

I don't really have anything against the Stones, I know how important they are to rock music--they just don't do much for me personally.



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Check out the "Gimme Shelter" DVD. Awesome. But the one Stones show I saw at Shea Stadium circa 1990 was completely unmemorable except for the rain and Keith's hair--lol.

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saw a doco last night novia, about Jagger and recording his album(Bono was on it;()
Jagger sure puts in a lot of effort to keep fit and supple (gym/yoga/ god knows what treatments he didn't show, acid peels, sandpaper, the rack?)
He was looking great for a man who will be 60 next year, amazing actually. Naturally energetic man it seems. High on life.
You'll be in for a treat.
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I prefer Zeppelin because I think they had far more mystique. A sense of mystery. I don't find that in the Stones. Zep also had much more than just hard rock bombast. Listen to Zep III--it has EVERYTHING. And John Bonham was almost certainly the greatest drummer ever.
and because they quit while they were ahead?

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