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Old 06-13-2005, 08:45 AM   #31
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It was Styx, the "Mr Roboto" tour. The show opened with a flood of colored smoke and they all rose up out of the stage inside big robot costumes and broke out of them, then started the song. It was....something. I went with my friend and we kept asking her parents over and over what that weird sweet smell was coming from those people's "cigarettes".
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Old 06-13-2005, 09:53 AM   #32
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If you are truely Morten Harket incognito then I'm guessing you must have been to a Duran concert at some point in your life, yes?
Ofcourse Being Morten Harket its my duty to support other 80´s bands. Thats why i visit this forum.

This is me imitating Mr.Bono



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Old 06-13-2005, 11:48 AM   #34
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im young but i was able to get to tinley park and see the who(or whats left of them) augost 24th 2002
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Journey, Santana, Thin Lizzy and Eddie Money ... August 5, 1979.

The concert was called "A Day In The Park" ... it was at Chicago's Comiskey Park ...
I went with my older brother and sister who were babysitting me since my parents were out of town ... They always remind me of how I seemed to enjoy the music that day ...
although I was so-ooo young I don't remember it ...

The first concert I remembered surprisingly enough was again Journey ... I grew up listening to them at a very young age and became quite a fan ... still enjoy their 70's and 80's music ... but I wouldn't go see them in concert anymore now, since they replaced their original lead singer, Steve Perry ...
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Old 06-13-2005, 03:33 PM   #36
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My very first was Mud! (Only the Brits will know that name) Then it was Floyd (Animals tour), Ramones w/Talking Heads, Boomtown Rats, The Jam, The Clash, The Stranglers and all that good stuff.
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radiohead 3/95 freeshow, the middle of the day, somewhere in the middle of the city's financial district... [sigh] still one of my fav shows
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One show - 1983




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Damn this lineup would have sent me into a coma! Just goes to show there were some bloody awful bands in the 80's.
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Ofcourse Being Morten Harket its my duty to support other 80´s bands. Thats why i visit this forum.

This is me imitating Mr.Bono



Look out for our new record
Very good impersonation too, Mr Harket.

New record? Please describe the sound of the new record as accurately as our hero Bono describes U2 records.
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Very good impersonation too, Mr Harket.

New record? Please describe the sound of the new record as accurately as our hero Bono describes U2 records.
I think its our best album to date, and yet it feels like its our first.
We feel like its time to talk about the human body again, so you can expect titles similar to "Take on me" and "Touch me".

Right now some working titles are

Closer please - A very modern track that sounds like Nik Kershaw.
Put your hand on my thigh - Naturally this will be a tear jerker.
My hands are made for you - Another tear jerker.
Embrace me - Up-tempo song with lots of drums.
Lets only book seat on the plane baby - My favorite
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My first was Pink Floyd in 1988. It was post-Roger Waters but still pretty cool for a first concert. I don't remember a whole lot about it though. I guess that's probably not atypical for a Floyd concert, but I wasn't even partaking in any substances except a couple of beers. Must have been all that second-hand marijuana smoke around me.

It didn't exactly make up for not being able to see U2 when they came to my state the previous year (it's a long story - and no, I'm not bitter at all, dammit! )
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