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    Quote Originally Posted by Tha_Darn_Pope
    You are so lucky. Damn I so badly want to see them live! Was it this year?
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    LIVID 2003 (was cancelled in 04 because bands wern't touring and so on)

    LINKIN PARK Was the end act and they went off!
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    LIVE in Adelaide, it was fantastic!!

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    TENACIOUS D at the Enmore earlier tonight. They were fantastic, enjoyed every second of the show from the opening cover of Queen's "Flash" to the encore with the cover of The Who's "Tommy". In addition of course to all the wonderful D chestnuts of old (and a few new ones for good measure). I think the highlight was the rendition of the "Team America Theme" though.

    As an added bonus, wandered past Owen Wilson on the way out. Two big Hollywood stars in one night!

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    Pyramid Rock Festival last night

    Was absolutely awesome, with Regurgitator, Resin Dogs, Butterfly Effect, Bliss n Eso (which i missed ), and heas more.

    Was there from 9pm til 4 this morning

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    Cool

    I took my mum to see the waifs on Friday night at the Roxy in Parramatta. They are so great to see live, even if you're not a fan.
    Velvet Revolver this week.... only 3 more sleeps!

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    SCREAMING JETS/VELVET REVOLVER

    Good seats - front row, first tier, about *thinks* maybe 20-30 metres from the stage. A small-ish crowd - certainly not a sell-out.

    Screaming Jets came onstage at about 8.15 and played until 9pm. About 12 songs. The only 2 tracks I recognised were Sad Song and Better, but the whole set was quite impressive.

    Velvet Revolver alighted the stage at about 9.45, and opened with Sucker Train Blues. Duff and Slash pranced and prowled around the stage like they had stepped out of a time-machine from the mid 80s. And god-damn when Duff took his shirt off? Man that dude has been working out!

    Oh - and Mr Weiland has issues with his mother. Seriously. I have never heard the phrase "Mother-f***er" used so many times in the space of an hour

    A fairly short set - I'm sure there was at least one STP song in there, but not any that I knew. They played to approximately 10.45, when they went off and came back for an encore of the gunners track "Used To Love Her" and 2 more Velvet Revolver songs.

    The other Gunners song they played was It's So Easy. If there was a 3rd Gunners song I didn't recognise it.

    And that was that.

    Oh, and I should add that Slash's guitar playing was just MAGIC. And he brought one hell of a collection of guitars with him - it almost seemed like he used a different guitar for each song
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    I saw Scissor Sisters on Friday night who were really awesome. It was really theatrical - much more then just a gig and they really interacted with the audience. I'm not usually into this dancy kind of stuff but i had such a great time with all the crazy people in the front - except for the idiots in front of me who kept complaining that they got there at 8pm to be in the front row and everyone was pushing them - its a concert people what do you expect?

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    Last concert I went to was Big Day Out in January and it was bloody brilliant. Slipknot was disgustingly disappointing, but everyone else was fantastic.

    Highlight - The Hives. I wasn’t a HUGE fan before BDO. I had a few of their CDs and stuff but I didn’t expect too much from them live. I was so very wrong.

    And System of a Down rocked my socks off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy
    SCREAMING JETS/VELVET REVOLVER

    Good seats - front row, first tier, about *thinks* maybe 20-30 metres from the stage. A small-ish crowd - certainly not a sell-out.

    Screaming Jets came onstage at about 8.15 and played until 9pm. About 12 songs. The only 2 tracks I recognised were Sad Song and Better, but the whole set was quite impressive.

    Velvet Revolver alighted the stage at about 9.45, and opened with Sucker Train Blues. Duff and Slash pranced and prowled around the stage like they had stepped out of a time-machine from the mid 80s. And god-damn when Duff took his shirt off? Man that dude has been working out!

    Oh - and Mr Weiland has issues with his mother. Seriously. I have never heard the phrase "Mother-f***er" used so many times in the space of an hour

    A fairly short set - I'm sure there was at least one STP song in there, but not any that I knew. They played to approximately 10.45, when they went off and came back for an encore of the gunners track "Used To Love Her" and 2 more Velvet Revolver songs.

    The other Gunners song they played was It's So Easy. If there was a 3rd Gunners song I didn't recognise it.

    And that was that.

    Oh, and I should add that Slash's guitar playing was just MAGIC. And he brought one hell of a collection of guitars with him - it almost seemed like he used a different guitar for each song
    SWEEEEEET!!!! I can't wait now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy
    SCREAMING JETS/VELVET REVOLVER

    Good seats - front row, first tier, about *thinks* maybe 20-30 metres from the stage. A small-ish crowd - certainly not a sell-out.

    Screaming Jets came onstage at about 8.15 and played until 9pm. About 12 songs. The only 2 tracks I recognised were Sad Song and Better, but the whole set was quite impressive.

    Velvet Revolver alighted the stage at about 9.45, and opened with Sucker Train Blues. Duff and Slash pranced and prowled around the stage like they had stepped out of a time-machine from the mid 80s. And god-damn when Duff took his shirt off? Man that dude has been working out!

    Oh - and Mr Weiland has issues with his mother. Seriously. I have never heard the phrase "Mother-f***er" used so many times in the space of an hour

    A fairly short set - I'm sure there was at least one STP song in there, but not any that I knew. They played to approximately 10.45, when they went off and came back for an encore of the gunners track "Used To Love Her" and 2 more Velvet Revolver songs.

    The other Gunners song they played was It's So Easy. If there was a 3rd Gunners song I didn't recognise it.

    And that was that.

    Oh, and I should add that Slash's guitar playing was just MAGIC. And he brought one hell of a collection of guitars with him - it almost seemed like he used a different guitar for each song
    Oh Yeah, SWEET..

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    Yes - those of you attending the show will have a ball!

    One thing I forgot to mention, is that about 6 songs into the set, Scott wandered off backstage for about 5 minutes. It seemed 'unscripted' as the rest of the band just jammed for a while.

    Now, for some bands, that would be disappointing to have that happen.

    But to see DUFF and SLASH in an impromptu jam session? That was something money can't buy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy
    Yes - those of you attending the show will have a ball!

    One thing I forgot to mention, is that about 6 songs into the set, Scott wandered off backstage for about 5 minutes. It seemed 'unscripted' as the rest of the band just jammed for a while.

    Now, for some bands, that would be disappointing to have that happen.

    But to see DUFF and SLASH in an impromptu jam session? That was something money can't buy!!
    well it will be interesting to see if that 'unscripted' event happens at the sydney gig. will let you know.

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    The last concert I went to was Jet at the Melbourne Festival Hall on the 19th of October 2004. It was the best! And in four days I'm going to see Velvet Revolver!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kthemusicalkat
    well it will be interesting to see if that 'unscripted' event happens at the sydney gig. will let you know.
    sounds like we got a carbon copy of what you got with the addition of Mr Brownstone at the end which was amazing.

    For anyone out there who has the opportunity to see this show.... GO!!! You will be blown away.

    The only critisisms I could make - not directed at the band...
    1. My parents suck, they gave me short arse genes so I could hardly see anything.
    2. The 2 very tall idiot guys who shoved their way in front of me so I couldn't see then talked the whole way through the gig, you suck. Karma police are gonna getcha.

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    Talking

    Oh I forgot... the jets were great too.
    They said 'tell your ****ing friends, the screaming ****ing jets are back' and there were

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    SMALL MERCIES / SWITCHFOOT

    Saw these guys at the Tivoli last night and it was a great night!

    The support act Small Mercies were really excellent - energetic lead singer, good lead guitarist, and some good tunes. I hope they go a long way!

    Switchfoot came on and launched into straight into 4 tracks off The Beautiful Letdown, and suprised my by playing Dare You To Move third song in. I was sure that would have been a 'closer' or encore song. *shrugs* It was still brilliant

    By my count, they played every song off Beautiful Letdown (except Redemption), 2 old songs, and 2 brand new songs. The encores were an old song (Company Car) and an appropriate track off Beautiful Letdown, Gone.

    Highlights for me was the accoustic performance of 24 by the lead singer, On Fire (love that song), and the live version of Meant To Live sent shivers down my spine.

    Oh, and when the soap bubbles started falling from the ceiling, that was pretty cool too

    A fantastic concert, and a wonderfully energetic, friendly, and enthusiastic crowd.

    Those lucky enough to be seeing them tomorrow night in Sydney are in for a treat

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    SHANNON NOLL / BRYAN ADAMS

    Awesome concert last night!! Won't say much about Shannon, other than the crowd seemed to like him. I was just thankful he played a fairly short set (less than 40 minutes).

    Bryan was BRILLIANT THOUGH!! Wandered on stage with a minimum of fuss or fanfare, and launched into a couple of the better tracks off his new CD. Then he proceeded to play SO many old faves of mine - semi-acoustic rendition of Summer of 69, 18 til I die (my catch-cry!), Everything I Do, Heaven, Cuts Like A Knife, When You're Gone, Kids Wanna Rock. Fantastic.

    Played for about an hour and a half, then came back with the band for the encore. I was initially disappointed with the 3 encore-songs, but after the rest of the band left, Bryan stayed on stage and played 4 more songs - just him and the acoustic guitar. Spine-chilling stuff. It was amazing. To hear him do All For Love (the song he did with Sting and Rod Stewart) with just him and the guitar was a memory to treasure.

    If you ever get a chance, SEE THIS MAN LIVE! He's been doing it for 25 years this year, and you can tell. Absolute professional

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    The last concert I went to was Hoobstank at the Hi Fi Bar and Ballroom in Swanston St Melbourne when they were out last year. They were fantastic! So you can imagine my horror when I saw the ad for the MTV Music Awards where they sang 'The Reason' and sounded absolutely terrible!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy
    SHANNON NOLL / BRYAN ADAMS

    Awesome concert last night!! Won't say much about Shannon, other than the crowd seemed to like him. I was just thankful he played a fairly short set (less than 40 minutes).

    Bryan was BRILLIANT THOUGH!! Wandered on stage with a minimum of fuss or fanfare, and launched into a couple of the better tracks off his new CD. Then he proceeded to play SO many old faves of mine - semi-acoustic rendition of Summer of 69, 18 til I die (my catch-cry!), Everything I Do, Heaven, Cuts Like A Knife, When You're Gone, Kids Wanna Rock. Fantastic.

    Played for about an hour and a half, then came back with the band for the encore. I was initially disappointed with the 3 encore-songs, but after the rest of the band left, Bryan stayed on stage and played 4 more songs - just him and the acoustic guitar. Spine-chilling stuff. It was amazing. To hear him do All For Love (the song he did with Sting and Rod Stewart) with just him and the guitar was a memory to treasure.

    If you ever get a chance, SEE THIS MAN LIVE! He's been doing it for 25 years this year, and you can tell. Absolute professional
    I saw Bryan Adams in Sydney on Wednesday night and I agree, he was fantastic. The man is a born entertainer and I can see why he has been around so long. I agree with Cowboy, if he tours again make the effort to see him. Well worth it
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