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What Bands Do You Wish You Could Have Seen Live

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by opeth8, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. Powers

    Powers Good Morning USA!

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    Heard their live album? "March of the Bulls" is believe, i bought my mate it for his birthday. It's good, baring in mind i don'e even rate them. Well to tell the truth i rate Tim Commenford as a bassist and the rest i always though were pretty average.

    Morello is an effects wizard but his guitar playing never amazed me. And DelaRocha's vocals i thought were good until i heard how much better the band sounded with Chris Cornell, as for their drummer i never paid much attention.

    Definetly preffered Audioslve though. Respect to Rage however, as they did get me and a lot of my mates into music properly.
     
  2. Sickman

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    Alice in Chains
    Faith No More
    Soundgarden
    At the Gates
     
  3. the_coming_storm

    the_coming_storm New Metal Member

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    Pink floyd
    Opeth,
    Iced earth
    Into Eternity
    Dream Theater
    Arch Enemy
    Children of bodom
    Dark Tranquility
    Cage
    :headbang:
     
  4. Stimuli

    Stimuli Crazy Bastard

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    Phish
    Frank Zappa
    Pantera
    Pink Floyd
    Led Zeppelin
    Jimi Hendrix Experience
    The Band of Gypsys
    The Grateful Dead
    The Doors


    and probably a hundred others
     
  5. soundave

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    Beatles
    Led Zep
    Hendrix
    Nick Drake
    The Who w/ Keith Moon
    Deep Purple
    Van Halen w/ DLR
    Genesis w/ Peter Gabriel
    Ozzy w/ Randy Rhoads
    SRV
    Frank Zappa
    Iron Maiden w/ DiAnno
    Iced Earth w/ Barlow
    At the Gates
    Carcass

    I'm sure there are plenty more.
     
  6. Powers

    Powers Good Morning USA!

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    And w/ John "Bass God" Entwistle.
     
  7. soundave

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    Right on.
     
  8. Powers

    Powers Good Morning USA!

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    Best band of all time mate.

    IMO.
     
  9. A Fair Judgment

    A Fair Judgment Year Three

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    Biohazard
    Chimaira
    The Doors
    Led Zeppelin
    Metallica (Burton)
    Nile
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Queen
    Soulfly
    Strapping Young Lad
    Tool
    Neil Young

    What do you think?
     
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    ^^^If u ever, EVER get the chance to see SYL live, do!!!!
     
  11. CAIRATH

    CAIRATH Astral Disaster

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    I never go to concerts at all, but I would have liked a chance to see Coil live at some point.
     
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    Why not?
     
  13. A Fair Judgment

    A Fair Judgment Year Three

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    I saw Strapping Young Lad at the SOTU show in Atlanta (Chimaira also) but I included them because I want to see a whole show.
     
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    ^^^ Saw them supporting Arch Enemy. Blew my mind. And blew Arch Enemy off the face of the planet.
     
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    NickFBM Demon of The Fall

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    I got to play one of his basses the other day. My mate is a lawyer who's firm were in charge of his estate. There was one bass ledt brand new they needed to sell on, a Warwick Buzzard. It was amazing, best instrument I have ever played. It was signed on the headstock etc. Just beautiful.
     
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    A Darkness Coming i am nothing

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    katatonia
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    bloodbath with mike
    pain of salvation
     
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    Gugnir Spear of Odin

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    Death
    Atheist
    Pantera
     
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    Braighs twelve strings of darknes

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    Orphaned Land :yell:
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    Katatonia
    Arcturus
    Ulver :err:
    Porcupine Tree

    no chance
    Clann Zu
    Gentle Giant
    In the Woods
    Vintersorg :D
    Jethro Tull

    add Therion / maybe Agalloch (are they a live band?)
     
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    Sheepish New Metal Member

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    Earthtone9
    Mr Bungle
    Sepultura (with Max...nearly saw them, but they pulled out of the festival I had tickets for...then they broke up)
    Black Sabbath in the old days
    Led Zep
    Pink Floyd (in the early 70s)
    The Doors
    Coil (RIP Balance)
    Beecher
    Metallica (with Cliff)
    AC/DC with Bon Scott
    Dead Kennedys (with Jello, of course)
    Lard
    White Zombie
    Death
    Y.O.B.

    The bands that still exist that I really want to see, but will have to go to extraordinary lengths to see:

    Meshuggah
    Nile (I'm aware they were in Oz a while ago, I didn't have enough to fly over *sniff)
    Acid Mothers Temple (& The Melting Paraiso/& The Cosmic Inferno)
    Neurosis
    Isis
    Cult of Luna
    Mithras
    Pig Destroyer
    Old Man Gloom
    Zimmers Hole
    SYL/Devin Townsend Band
    Lamb of God
    The Berzerker
    Godspeed You Black Emperor!
    Pelican
    Mono
    Origin
    Cephalic Carnage
    Between the Buried And Me
    Dying Fetus
    Torture Wheel
    Khanate
    Unearthly Trance
    Agalloch


    There's tonnes more that come to mind. Basically most bands that go to Australia and not here :(
     
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    Bloodbath
    Metallica (pre-1990's)
    Beatles.
     

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