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Old 06-13-2005, 05:27 AM   #21
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Madness. Newcastle 1982

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I've been to tons of festivals so I'll mention the first prope stand-alone concert.

Polysics - July 22nd 2004.

Mind-blowing! Absolutely stunning stuff, the amount of energy those guys have is insane!!
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Old 06-13-2005, 07:27 AM   #26
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3rd row from the stage. It was awesome.
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The Police
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Oingo Boingo
Thompson Twins

One show - 1983
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weird al '99, if you don't consider his show a concert, then Everclear '99
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Remember the girl band, Expose???

Them, year late 80s early 90s in Panama City, Florida
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I can't believe I am telling this... I saw Hootie and the Blowfish right before the first album exploded. (It was a hole in the wall place and I was in 8th grade at the time) I guess that makes it about 1994.
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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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Originally posted by beli

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.

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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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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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The Coral, Birmingham academy

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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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Originally posted by The OOTS
The Police
The Fixx
Oingo Boingo
Thompson Twins

One show - 1983

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The Police
The Fixx
Oingo Boingo
Thompson Twins

One show - 1983
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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