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PPUSA III Schedule posted

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by MetalAges, Apr 29, 2002.

  1. MetalAges

    MetalAges Metal Is As Metal Does.
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    Check out the Events section for the schedule of events!
     
  2. maestro_al

    maestro_al Who Dares Wins

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    That's brilliant! Friday night is going to be power heaven.

    Also, interesting how Angra are headlining on Saturday, and not Gamma Ray? They're on for the same amount of time so it doesn't matter either way....

    Can't wait!
     
  3. Harvester

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    Gamma Ray and Angra are being billed as co-headliners on Saturday.
     
  4. MadeInNewJersey

    MadeInNewJersey nursing my wounds

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    MAN, I'M SO DAMN EXCITED!!!

    Sorry to 'yell' but I just booked my room at the Granada Best Western...(pssst, Glenn was right, they're goin' fast!) and this is going to be my FIRST ProgPower! Oh glorious day!
     
  5. chazzyf

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    2 cool things

    Friday Night I get to rest between Edguy and PoS! I will give BG a chance - but the chances of me lasting the entire set are minimal.

    Sat Night: Great to have Angra as headliners (incidently I saw them play as headliners on a festival bill in 1999 above Dimmu Borgir and Gamma Ray, so this is not a first). I'll probably take a break during Gamma Ray too.

    I'm getting old. I have to pace myself these days.
     
  6. satanistical

    satanistical Screaming Gargoyle

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    Well BG, GR, and Edguy are all worth having to listen to Angra for awhile. Never liked Angra....tho maybe they are better live. ;)

    -Satan
     
  7. maestro_al

    maestro_al Who Dares Wins

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    I have to agree a little there about Angra - I think Holy Land is a little overrated. At times it gets downright boring. However, Rebirth is sooooo much better and I would say it's one of my fave albums right now.
     

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