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Doro/Sister Sin/7 Kingdoms Fri Tampa

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Creeps, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. Creeps

    Creeps Member

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    I was fighting the ProgPowerVirus and missed that.. held out for as long as I could with a 6 hour drive ahead of me in the morning.
     
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    I don't think that's Jason's point or my point for that matter. When covering Priest or Maiden for example, it's almost a cheap tactic to get the crowd involved as they are two of the most popular metal bands. Furthermore, for a band like Doro for instance who has such a long track of songs to choose from, it doesn't make sense to do a cover.
     
  3. DemonOfTheWoods

    DemonOfTheWoods Your option out of here

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    We've met her a few times over the years. She is the sweetest, most appreciative woman ever.
    She kinda does her own cover of it. Starts slow & acoustic then kicks in halfway through.
    There was a bigger crowd in Baltimore than I expected. Sister Sin was amazing as always and great people, and Doro...well she's Doro. Always a mesmerizing, amazing, high energy show!:headbang:
     
  4. Jasonic

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    That's cool if she does her own take.
    Still though I think it's cheesy to do such a commercial staple.

    Almost as lame as when HammerFall used to do a teaser of Enter Sandman.
     
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    Jasonic Doom On!

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    That's cool if she does her own take.
    Still though I think it's cheesy to do such a commercial staple.

    Almost as lame as when HammerFall used to do a teaser of Enter Sandman.
     
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    You dorks are sucking the fun out of it.
     
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    I agree with Jason... which is exactly why I listen to Savatage in the car and at home.

    :lol::p:tickled::D:devil::fu:
     
  8. Jasonic

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    LOL - I get your point, but I clarified already the difference between a well established band playing a cover as opposed to a tribute band.
    Hence your attempted dig is an epic fail... :)
     
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    You realize I'm fucking with you and thus "epic fail" is just a "funny" right? :)
     
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    I think Jaxx's capacity is 550-650. When I saw Stratovarius there in 2006, there was 450-550 in attendance.
     

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