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    red hot chilli peppers in blood sugar *** magic back in 91 i think it was

    but it was quality
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy
    red hot chilli peppers in blood sugar *** magic back in 91 i think it was

    but it was quality

    I saw them on their Californication tour & I have to say they were very ordinary.
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    No need to be sorry mate - it's your choice. Simon is the one who should be apologising for actually going to a MB20 & Savage Garden concert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    No need to be sorry mate - it's your choice. Simon is the one who should be apologising for actually going to a MB20 & Savage Garden concert.
    Fight it simon (well the first band), second one are outrageous
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    I went and saw the Tea Party at a club near here and they were awesome. Only $25 and a two hour + show. Very good musicians. I just wish I'd done the same when Jeff Buckley was there. Pearl Jam in Brisbane in '95 and '98 were good too. As an earlier poster said - The Mavis's rock live too, saw them at Livid in '98 I think it was. Oh, The John Butler Trio and the Waifs are also great live.............and I'm spent.

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    Only bonafide concert I have been to is Neil Finn in Dunedin in 1999 - great, great night. Mixture of his Split Enz/Crowded House stuff and his solo career, which had just started.

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    I saw The Living End, Dallas Crane & Vanlustbader for $25 at Alexandra Hills Hotel. Now, I know they're not big names, but for someone who likes all three bands, it was a bargain. I would pay more that $25 to see The Living End alone, it was a great concert too!

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    Seeing The Libertines and Morrissey back-to-back at Leeds/Reading this year was fantastic, despite Mozza's set tailing off into some relatively mediocre solo stuff.

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    Actually I saw You Am I twice in 10 days in Glasgow, they kick **** live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    I saw The Living End, Dallas Crane & Vanlustbader for $25 at Alexandra Hills Hotel. Now, I know they're not big names, but for someone who likes all three bands, it was a bargain. I would pay more that $25 to see The Living End alone, it was a great concert too!
    yeah! the living end are my favourite band, im dying to see them live. except.. im in china.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Love™
    Ha! Tull were great. They must be a shadow of their former selves these days though. Would have loved to have seen them at the height of their powers around the "Thick as a Brick" days though. Do they still do the old classics like "Aqualung" and "Minstrel in the Gallery"?
    Im too young to have an appreciation of what they were like at their high powers.. I remember a powerful performance of Aqualung though, and Locomotive Breath was awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Love™
    Ha! Tull were great. They must be a shadow of their former selves these days though. Would have loved to have seen them at the height of their powers around the "Thick as a Brick" days though. Do they still do the old classics like "Aqualung" and "Minstrel in the Gallery"?

    jethro Tull...their old fan club was run in our drinking hole in Blackpool (well the room above it apparently) in the 60's...and I think it was run by my best mates auntie.
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    best gigs...been to tons of brilliant ones..and been to some **** poor ones.

    Brilliant: janes Addiction in 91,Swervedriver throughout the 90's,Bauhaus a few years ago,Boo radleys(a couple of times),Prodigy(5 times),Charlatans(leeds a couple of years ago),radiohead(the week the Bends came out),Super Furry Animals (3 times all brilliant)..and loads more I think...oh Miles Hunt (ex Wonderstuff) doing his stuff acoustically in Leeds was great as well.(I got a kick out of that when he asked for requests, it all went quiet,and then i shouted 'Bohemian Rhapsody', much to the amusement of about 200 people in the venue )

    Crap: oasis (twice, and both times bored the hell out of me..and that was whenthey were good as well), The Hives...erm thats it for now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swervy
    jethro Tull...their old fan club was run in our drinking hole in Blackpool (well the room above it apparently) in the 60's...and I think it was run by my best mates auntie.
    Brilliant.. Suspect my dad was part of that then!

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