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daimonos
07-28-2010, 09:17 PM
Inspired by Treghet on the other thread.

If time machines are invented, I will be first in line to go back to 1990 and see Mayhem with Dead on vocals. There are many other bands I'd love to see in that time frame too, though.

What band in what period of time would you want to see?

I agree with Dead and Mayhem.

I'd also like to have seen:

Strapping Young Lad before they broke up.
Slayer during anytime 83-early 90's, specifically around the Hell Awaits tour.
SLEEP!!!
Ozzy with Black Sabbath, and Randy/Early Zakk years
Celtic Frost
Testament
Suffocation in the 90's
Death any time, ever.
Pantera in the 90's
Carcass and At the Gates in the 90's


These are a couple just off the top of my head.

larvtard
07-28-2010, 09:20 PM
Slayer between '85 and '91
Sepultura, Beneath/Arise era
Death, preferably Symbolic/Sound era

Travis The Dragon
07-28-2010, 09:33 PM
The following bands in the late 60's/early 70's:
Black Sabbath
Uriah Heep
MC5
The Stooges
Wishbone Ash
Woodstock
Deep Purple
The Frost
SRC

Iron Maiden on any tour between 1982-1989
Queensryche on any tour between 1983-1989
Slayer on any tour between 1984-1991
Megadeth on any tour between 1985-1991
Metallica on any tour between 1983-1989
Type O Negative on any tour except for the first album
AC/DC on any tour between 1984-1991

Wizzbang11
07-28-2010, 09:38 PM
GISM
Impetigo
Morbid Angel before they started to suck
80s Mercyful Fate
80s Dead Kennedys
Samhain
Witchfinder General
80s Slayer
Carnivore
Energetic Krusher
Siege

Dextrimental
07-28-2010, 09:53 PM
Pantera, anytime, ever.
Thin Lizzy with Phil Lynott
Death, anytime, ever.

daimonos
07-28-2010, 09:53 PM
Morbid Angel before they started to suck


:confused:

Another big one for me would be Metallica with Cliff. Dunno how I forgot that.

Wizzbang11
07-28-2010, 09:57 PM
:confused:

Another big one for me would be Metallica with Cliff. Dunno how I forgot that.

Listen to Chapel of Ghouls, then listen to something that came out after Domination. I don't even really like the albums after Altars, but after Domination it's really hard to enjoy for me.

daimonos
07-28-2010, 10:00 PM
Listen to Chapel of Ghouls, then listen to something that came out after Domination. I don't even really like the albums after Altars, but after Domination it's really hard to enjoy for me.

Altars is great, but really I think it's all quality music. They did change their sound and styles alot though, and I see why people wouldn't like that. But music can't be good if you always have to compare it to something you think is better, right?

Wizzbang11
07-28-2010, 10:18 PM
Altars is great, but really I think it's all quality music. They did change their sound and styles alot though, and I see why people wouldn't like that. But music can't be good if you always have to compare it to something you think is better, right?

Yeah, I suppose. I'm just not a fan of their new sound.

ChildrenofSodom
07-28-2010, 10:26 PM
If I had a time machine, I would go see the band "Kill Hitler Before He Does That Bad Stuff."

Wizzbang11
07-28-2010, 10:29 PM
If I had a time machine, I would go see the band "Kill Hitler Before He Does That Bad Stuff."

And potentially miss out on all the awesome NSBM our post-holocaust world has to offer?
No way!

idrinkwine732
07-28-2010, 10:36 PM
SLEEP!!!
SUCK IT ;)

Death (TSOP Tour is most ideal, but beggars can't be choosers)
Pantera (even though I ain't the hugest fan)
Iron Maiden Somewhere on Tour, Beast on the Road, etc.
Emperor
Kyuss
Hacksaw to the Throat

A bunch more.

If I had a time machine, I would go see the band "Kill Hitler Before He Does That Bad Stuff."

It's once you start doing really significant things this thread starts to get interesting. What if in the world where Hitler didn't carry out the final solution, everybody is much worse off?

Wizzbang11
07-28-2010, 10:38 PM
It's once you start doing really significant things this thread starts to get interesting. What if in the world where Hitler didn't carry out the final solution, everybody is much worse off?

Exactly, plus there are worse things in history than the holocaust. That one just happens to be in out recent memory.

BloodoftheKings
07-28-2010, 10:39 PM
Death-SOP tour
Metallica-MOP tour
Strapping Young Lad-right before breakup
System of a Down-right before breakup
Exodus-any time with zetro
Sepultura-Roots tour

JRA
07-28-2010, 10:48 PM
Listen to Chapel of Ghouls, then listen to something that came out after Domination. I don't even really like the albums after Altars, but after Domination it's really hard to enjoy for me.

Blessed Are The Sick called. It wants to stick an 18 foot alligator up your ass.


Anyways, my picks

Judas Priest in 1978
Iron Maiden in 1986
Slayer in 1986
Metallica in 1985
The Who in 1972
Rush in 1978
Morbid Angel in 1991
Children of Bodom in 1999
Gamma Ray in 1999
Dio in 1984
Megadeth in 1990
Death on the Symbolic tour
The Rolling Stones in the 70's before they dropped Sympathy for the Devil (and by association, their balls)
Van Halen in 1978 (or whichever tour they played I'm The One on so I could be the first person ever to start a violent mosh pit)
and Dissection on the Storm of the Light's Bane tour

Blitzkrieg Witchcraft
07-28-2010, 10:48 PM
Inspired by Treghet on the other thread.

Slayer during anytime 83-early 90's, specifically around the Hell Awaits tour.
Celtic Frost
Pantera in the 90's


Saw Slayer in '87, '88,' 91.
Saw CF in '87.
Saw Pantera in '86 with Terry on vocals.

rjturtle9
07-28-2010, 11:29 PM
Aw man, too many to list. I'd go see all my favorite bands in their prime and finest point in their careers, and try to hit up shows that would later be released on dvd.

xStructualDefect
07-29-2010, 12:35 AM
pretty much all bands i like when they were in their prime, but the main ones would be:

Korn on the Issues or Untouchables tour (99-03ish)
Metallica MOP tour
COB touring before they released AYDY
In Flames touring before they released RTR

idrinkwine732
07-29-2010, 12:54 AM
Aw man, too many to list. I'd go see all my favorite bands in their prime and finest point in their careers, and try to hit up shows that would later be released on dvd.

I would love to look 18 in every DVD in metal history.

rjturtle9
07-29-2010, 01:09 AM
I would love to look 18 in every DVD in metal history.

:lol:

TonyD
07-29-2010, 01:38 AM
AC/DC on any tour between 1984-1991

I can't even laugh at that.

AC/DC circa '79. Final answer.

System of a Down-right before breakup

IT'S NOT A BREAKUP IT'S A HIATUS

ravenheart
07-29-2010, 02:42 AM
The three that come to mind in the sense of ones I missed and should have found a way to go to are:

Alice Cooper/Dio in 2000 at the Forum (each touring my favourite albums)
Halford in 2000 at the Astoria 2
Slash's Snakepit in 2001 at the Astoria 2

Then in terms of historically:

Jimi Hendrix Experience
Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath first Ozzy period
Black Sabbath Headless Cross era
AC/DC with Bon Scott
Pantera
Pride & Glory

ravenheart
07-29-2010, 02:43 AM
IT'S NOT A BREAKUP IT'S A HIATUS

WHO CARES?

mastodon421
07-29-2010, 05:47 AM
Metallica with Cliff
Morbid Angel 91/92
Pantera at any point in time
In Flames Clayman Tour
Jimi Hendrix at any point in time
Led Zeppelin at any point in time
Death Symbolic Tour
System Of A Down Pre-hiatus

Derelict
07-29-2010, 06:15 AM
Carnivore in the 80s
The Morbid Angel/ At The Gates/ Dissection US Tour in 94...seriously, just wow.
Sepultura on Chaos AD Tour

DethMaiden
07-29-2010, 06:20 AM
I'd see Iron Maiden at the Ruskin Arms or Cart and Horses back in '79.

ravenheart
07-29-2010, 06:36 AM
I'd see Iron Maiden at the Ruskin Arms or Cart and Horses back in '79.

Yeah, yeah. Get back to work! ;)

DethMaiden
07-29-2010, 06:39 AM
Yeah, yeah. Get back to work! ;)

D'oh!

Do you realize that if you don't occasionally say that, I will completely forget that I'm supposed to be doing anything at all? I am that scatterbrained this summer. I need the routine of school back, and fast. :lol:

Derelict
07-29-2010, 06:42 AM
D'oh!

Do you realize that if you don't occasionally say that, I will completely forget that I'm supposed to be doing anything at all? I am that scatterbrained this summer. I need the routine of school back, and fast. :lol:

Um, enjoy it.

DethMaiden
07-29-2010, 06:43 AM
Um, enjoy it.

When four days pass and all I've done is make pizza for people and worked out, I start to feel really useless. :eyes:

Natrlhi
07-29-2010, 06:46 AM
Morbid Angel before they started to suck
CarnivoreYes, and hell fuck yes.

Metallica with CliffYes. I've seen them about four or five times now, but all were after Cliff died. :(

DeathThree MORE times...because, why the fuck not? ;)

Emperor
KyussYes, and yes.

Saw Slayer in '87, '88,' 91.Me too! :brofist:

Jimi Hendrix Experience
Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath first Ozzy periodObviously - yes, yes and yes. :bowdown:

Derelict
07-29-2010, 06:59 AM
When four days pass and all I've done is make pizza for people and worked out, I start to feel really useless. :eyes:

When 5 days pass and you've spent them thinking of ways to kill yourself at your desk, you'll yearn for your college summers

InPatient5100
07-29-2010, 07:13 AM
When 5 days pass and you've spent them thinking of ways to kill yourself at your desk, you'll yearn for your college summers

Amen to that bro

InPatient5100
07-29-2010, 07:39 AM
Pantera
Alice in Chains with Layne Staley


Me too

daimonos
07-29-2010, 07:59 AM
The Morbid Angel/ At The Gates/ Dissection US Tour in 94

Holy shit that happened?!?!

Yeah, I'd like to see that :lol:

InPatient5100
07-29-2010, 08:02 AM
Holy shit that happened?!?!

Yeah, I'd like to see that :lol:


Oh man I didn't know that happened either! Hell yeah I would want 2 see that!

Indestructible
07-29-2010, 08:02 AM
Pink floyd
Led Zeppelin

Natrlhi
07-29-2010, 08:44 AM
When four days pass and all I've done is make pizza for people and worked out, I start to feel really useless. :eyes:

I only wish my life were that simple again, even if only for a couple of weeks or so. You have no idea, dude. Enjoy the simplicity of your youth. Seriously.

powerslave_85
07-29-2010, 08:57 AM
The Clash
Nirvana
Minor Threat
Fugazi
Metallica with Cliff
Maiden on the SIT tour
Husker Du
Dead Kennedys

Derelict
07-29-2010, 09:21 AM
I only wish my life were that simple again, even if only for a couple of weeks or so. You have no idea, dude. Enjoy the simplicity of your youth. Seriously.

Not to sound like an oldhead, but yeah, exactly what he said (and I dont even have kids, just the mortgage)

ChildrenofSodom
07-29-2010, 09:39 AM
I only wish my life were that simple again, even if only for a couple of weeks or so. You have no idea, dude. Enjoy the simplicity of your youth. Seriously.

Youth is wasted on the young, as they say. It sucks, the idea of growing up....when you're younger there are few things you HAVE to do, but there are so many things you can't do yet. When you get older, you have more freedoms and opportunities, but also more responsibilities. Makes me want to be 7 again.

larvtard
07-29-2010, 10:15 AM
I'd go back in time to see this show, holy shit. Zurich, 1988.

South of Heaven
Raining Blood
Silent Scream
At Dawn They Sleep
Read Between the Lies
Fight Till Death
Mandatory Suicide
Kill Again
Behind the Crooked Cross
Postmortem
Reborn
Die by the Sword
Altar of Sacrifice
Jesus Saves
Chemical Warfare
Ghosts of War
Spill the Blood
Live Undead
Angel of Death

It's missing "Hell Awaits," for sure...but "Read Between The Lies" and "Kill Again??"

larvtard
07-29-2010, 10:18 AM
Also, this is the best 14-song Slayer set ever devised:

South of Heaven
Raining Blood
Silent Scream
Read Between the Lies
Black Magic
Postmortem
Necrophiliac
Behind the Crooked Cross
Kill Again
Mandatory Suicide
Chemical Warfare
Spill the Blood
Live Undead
Angel of Death

Philadelphia, 1988.

Crionics
07-29-2010, 01:54 PM
AC/DC with Bon
Megadeth with Gar
Celtic Frost
Mayhem with Dead
Darkthrone
Emperor
Death
Dark Angel
Slayer on the Hell Awaits tour
Morbid Saint
Morbid
Metallica with Dave and Cliff
Metallica on the MOP tour
Black Sabbath or Heaven & Hell

I'll think of more...

El Gordo
07-29-2010, 05:28 PM
Metallica 1987
Black Sabbath 1976
Kyuss anytime but preferably right after Circus
Soundgarden
Sepultura 1991

and!

Tragically Hip 1994

evildeadjedi
07-29-2010, 06:21 PM
This will be a long list:

Led Zeppelin (before Bonham's death)
The Beatles
Lynyrd Skynyrd (before the plane crash)
Iron Maiden when they first started playing clubs with Paul D and then a second time on the Somewhere in Time Tour.
The Doors
Pink Floyd (Dark Side of the Moon Tour and The Wall tour)
The Clash
Sex Pistols
Mercyful Fate
Venom
Celtic Frost
Alice Cooper in the 70's
Black Sabbath (Sometime before Ozzy left and The Black and Blue tour)
Ozzy before Rhodes died
The MC5 (sometime in the 60's or 70's KICK OUT THE JAMS MOTHERFUCKER!)
Iggy and The Stooges
GG Allin
The Ramones (The first time they played CBGBs and then another time)
Metallica (At two points at the beginning when Mustaine was still in the band and any show before Cliff died RIP)
The original Woodstock (so many amazing artists played)
ACDC in '77-80
The Misfits '82
Black Flag 80' and 82'
Minor Threat
Bad Brains 83'
The Damned 82'
Saint Vitus when Wino first joined the band
Sleep
Clutch's very first show at the 9:30 club in DC back '90
Pentagram back '71
Robert Johnson
Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison (and really any Cash shows during that time)
Hank Williams
Woody Guthrie
The Who Live at Leeds
Eric Clapton in The Byrds and Cream
Deep Purple '72
Captain Beyond '73
Kyuss
Rush '81
Slayer '85
Megadeath Rust in Pieces Tour
Mayhem with Dead
Death
Blue Cheer 67'
At The Gates just about Slaughter of the Soul
Pantera Vulgar Display Tour
Frank Zappa
Elvis Presley the early years
John Lee Hooker
Ted Nugent in the 70's
Kiss in the 70's
Howlin' Wolf
Anthrax 85'
Judas Priest around British Steel
Brocas Helm
Operation Ivy
The Germs
Crass
The Cro-mags 86'
Agnostic Front '84
I would have loved to attended many shows at CBGBs in NYC.

All I can think of for now...

PlaysWithKnives
07-29-2010, 06:23 PM
There would be so much to see and do.
Rush on the Hemispeheres tour
Led Zeppelin in 1975
The Rolling stones in the 70's
Black Sabbath in the 70's.
Pink Floyd
Iron Maiden on Somewhere In Time tour
Metallica before cliff Burton died

Indestructible
07-29-2010, 06:36 PM
Pink Floyd The Wall tour

idrinkwine732
07-29-2010, 06:42 PM
Three MORE times...because, why the fuck not? ;)

I WILL KILL YOU OLD MAN!








;)

Sanitarium78
07-29-2010, 07:02 PM
Rush: 1976-1994. That way I can see them on every major tour I didn't have the chance to:D

Iron Maiden: '83-'89
Metallica: 1984-1989
Black Sabbath: 1974 & 1981
Dio: 1985
Alice Cooper: 1975
King Diamond: 1987-1990
Mercyful Fate: 1985
Rainbow: 1978
Anthrax: 1990
Megadeth: 1990
Alice In Chains: 1992 saw them open for Ozzy that year but not on their own
Ozzy: 1981
The Rolling Stones: Sometime in the 70s and in 1989 because the setlist on that tour ruled.
Queensryche: 1990
Dream Theater: 1994 & 1999
Savatage: 1991

treghet
07-29-2010, 09:22 PM
Atheist - 1991
Celtic Frost - 1985
Coroner - 1991
Dark Angel - 1986
Death - 1993
Demilich - 1993
Entombed - 1990
Gorguts - 1993
Immolation - 1993
Incantation - 1994
Kreator - 1987
Marduk - 1992
Morbid Angel - 1993
Obituary - 1990
Ragnarok - 1995
Ripping Corpse - 1991
Satyricon - 1996


There are a few other popular bands I'd like to see but those are the ones I'd be most interested in.

The Green and Black
07-30-2010, 07:01 AM
Savatage: 1991

Nice! For me would be to go back in time and see Savatage on all their tours up until 1993. :(

Sanitarium78
07-30-2010, 12:21 PM
Nice! For me would be to go back in time and see Savatage on all their tours up until 1993. :(

Yes, but I was just trying to pick the year I think would've been the best to see them in terms of what setlist they would've done. Plus, with HOTMK, GB and Streets they were on the biggest wave of popularity in their career at that point so it would've been cool to see them when they had a lot of fans respect.

Of course the question reamins that if you went back and saw them then would you warn Criss of what was gonna happen to him two years later and alter the course of history? Or would you just leave it alone and let fate take it's course? I would try to warn him, he would probably think I was crazy though:D

JRA
12-06-2010, 08:20 PM
The Morbid Angel/ At The Gates/ Dissection US Tour in 94...seriously, just wow.


Holy
fucking necromancing
shit!!

Sign me up for that Doc brown!

Indestructible
12-06-2010, 08:53 PM
Black Sabbath(Never Say Die, Dehumanizer, Cross Purposes and Forbidden tours)

Guns N' Roses, Metallica, Faith No More(1992)

Pantera(The Great Southern Trendkill tour)

Alice in chains with Layne

Led Zeppelin

Mercyful Fate(Melissa, Dont break the oath, In the Shadows tour)

Pink Floyd(The Wall Tour)

Nevermore

Type O Negative(Seen them twice, but would see them again, with Peter Steele dead going back in time would be the only way to see Type O)

jd091
12-06-2010, 09:07 PM
I hear so much stuff about how people's lives were changed seeing Pantera in the 90's. That would just be incredible; I would love to have seen that.

I would've loved to see some of my favorite bands when they were young, and not as popular, playing in small venues:

Lamb of God, around 2003 with the release of ATPB
Mastodon, around 2002 or 2003 when they put out Remission
Opeth, right after the release of Blackwater Park and their first real US tour
Necrophagist, around 2000-2001 when they first came to the US and everyone then realized that there are gods amongst men :drool:

and Death, Carcass, yadda yadda yadda...

zgodt
12-06-2010, 09:58 PM
SUCK IT ;)

Iron Maiden Somewhere on Tour
suck it yourself. ;)

zgodt
12-06-2010, 09:59 PM
I'm gonna second Wizzbang on the early 80s DK, and throw in some late 70s Clash for good measure.

Blitzkrieg Witchcraft
12-06-2010, 10:27 PM
Damn, I'm old. I've seen a ton of you guys' time machine tours.

a few I'd like to have seen:

Led Zeppelin
AC/DC with Bon Scott
Black Sabbath: Mob Rules tour (Saw them on the Dehumanizer tour)
Rainbow: Rising tour
Van Halen: late 70's Early 80's
The Eagles in the 70's
The James Gang

DethMaiden
12-07-2010, 10:35 AM
Just remembered that Maiden and My Dying Bride toured together when the X-Factor and The Angel and the Dark River were new. That would have been an amazing, depressing night.

Derelict
12-07-2010, 10:42 AM
Just remembered that Maiden and My Dying Bride toured together when the X-Factor and The Angel and the Dark River were new. That would have been an amazing, depressing night.

MDB opened up for DIO at one point over here, too. 96ish, i think.

Also, like blitzkrieg said, I've seen quite a few of the "time machine" tours, you whippersnappers!

Sepultura69
12-08-2010, 06:05 AM
Damn, I'm old. I've seen a ton of you guys' time machine tours.

a few I'd like to have seen:

Led Zeppelin
AC/DC with Bon Scott
Black Sabbath: Mob Rules tour (Saw them on the Dehumanizer tour)
Rainbow: Rising tour
Van Halen: late 70's Early 80's
The Eagles in the 70's
The James Gang

Damn. Talk about old school :fist:

I feel young reading these.. :eyes:

ShatteredFlame
12-08-2010, 10:19 AM
Joy Division I think would be kinda interesting. I wish Peter Hook would just tour with New Order instead of trying to revive the JD days.

Pink Floyd
Black Sabbath
Led Zeppelin
The Clash
Nasum

Blitzkrieg Witchcraft
12-08-2010, 02:27 PM
Damn. Talk about old school :fist:

I feel young reading these.. :eyes:


I'm glad I'm old enough to have seen pretty much all the major metal bands in their prime. Most more than once.

HackedUpForBBQ
12-08-2010, 03:40 PM
Pink Floyd - every tour ever.... especially the Animals tour
Mercyful Fate - every tour ever
King Diamond - Abigail tour, Them tour, Conspiracy tour
Death - Leprosy tour, Spiritual Healing tour
Pungent Stench
Pantera
Metallica - And Justice tour
Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses tour, October Rust tour
Opeth - Still Life tour, Blackwater Park tour
Anthrax - any show with the Spreading the Disease lineup
Bloodbath
Gorgoroth
Immortal - At The Heart Of Winter tour
Iron Maiden w/ Paul Di'Anno
Alice Cooper - Trash tour
Accept w/ Udo
Down - NOLA tour
The Misfits w/ Danzig
Samhain
Celtic Frost

RampinUp46
06-28-2013, 02:10 AM
Led Zeppelin pre-1980
Jimi Hendrix
Black Sabbath (either as Earth or pre-Paranoid when they still played club shows)
AC/DC with Bon Scott
The Germs with Darby Crash
Iron Maiden in the early days or on the Powerslave/Seventh Son tours.
Metallica pre Master of Puppets
Dead Kennedys, right before the Frankenchrist trial
Black Flag with Henry Rollins
DRI in the 80's.
GG Allin and the Murder Junkies
Morbid Angel around the time Blessed are the Sick was released
GWAR in the 1990's.

And now for some very specific gigs:

5/18/1991 - Clash of the Titans. Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax, and Alice in Chains in a shitty little amphitheater. Just fucking saying.

10/21/1991 - Nirvana. This was immediately after Smells Like Teen Spirit was released, but right before Nirvana got fucking huge and everyone knew that song.

1/5/1996 - Korn. This would have been an offdate of the Retirement Sucks tour with Ozzy Osbourne, and honestly, Korn touring under their first two albums sounds like it would be a really fun show.

7/15/1996 - Pantera, White Zombie, Eyehategod. I would have loved to see Mike IX and Rob Zombie in their early days, along with Pantera when the crowds would apparently bring fireworks into the show and beat the shit out of each other.

12/5/1997 - KMFDM and Rammstein. This is a show I REALLY wish I could have attended. It has KMFDM in the En Esch days touring under my favorite album by KMFDM along with Rammstein's first touring US show while they supported my favorite album by them - all in a shitty little club that turned a blind eye to lead singers on fire and simulated sodomy.

10/7/2006 - KISS FM Fall Fest. Normally I hate Fall Fest, but Alice in Chains performing an insane setlist (I posted it here before) along with Avenged Sevenfold getting buttmad that their sound sucks and leaving halfway through their first song would be worth it.

5/7/2010 - Eyehategod. This was when they played the first two albums back to back; I talked to Mike about two years later about this show, and he told me he thought Emo's was a bit of a shithole. :lol:

4/11/2011 - Anal Cunt. Last tour ever. Two months to the DAY before Seth Putnam died. I missed it by not having the gas money to get there. :mad:

TheWildAndTheYoung
06-28-2013, 06:25 AM
Aerosmith - Rocks Tour
Bon Jovi - New Jersey Tour (Skid Row opened)
Journey - Escape Tour
Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime Tour
Van Halen - 1984 Tour
KISS - Unmasked Tour ( the video for their performance on Kissology 2 was incredible)
Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil Tour
Whitesnake - Slip Of The Tongue Tour
W.A.S.P. - Inside The Electric Circus Tour
Savatage - Gutter Ballet Tour
Iron Maiden - Somewhere On Tour
Europe - Wings Of Tomorrow Tour
Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid Tour
Queen - A Day At The Races Tour

OraclesofAgony
06-29-2013, 03:57 PM
THIS (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83hMPN-1oos)

PVH5150
06-29-2013, 08:02 PM
I'll do the specific gigs thing as well.

9/10/1967: Cream, Brandeis University (Waltham, MA)
8/25/1968: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Carousel Theater (Framingham, MA)
8/27/1969: Led Zeppelin, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom (Hampton Beach, NH)
9/6/1970: Aerosmith (first ever live show), Nipmuc Regional High School (Mendon, MA)
5/11/1975: Kiss & Rush, Orpheum Theater (Boston, MA)
9/4/1978: Black Sabbath & Van Halen, Cape Cod Coliseum (South Yarmouth, MA)
8/2/1980: Judas Priest, Scorpions & Def Leppard, Orpheum Theater
7/28/1981: Judas Priest & Iron Maiden, Orpheum Theater
7/30 & 7/31/1983: Metallica & Raven, The Rat (Boston, MA)
1/22/1984: Metallica & Anthrax, The Channel (South Boston, MA)
5/31/1984: Ozzy Osbourne, Motley Crue & Ratt, Orpheum Theater
6/23/1995: Death & Nevermore, Red Square (Saugus, MA)
7/14/1995: Motorhead, Black Sabbath & Tiamat, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

slapguitarer
06-29-2013, 08:30 PM
Gigs I could've gone to but didn't for whatever reason

Loss/Worm Ouroboros show last year
Enslaved/Alcest in 2011
Cormorant gig at Slim's last year.
BTBAM/Devin/Cynic/STS tour
Isis farewell tour (this was before I knew their material, but I knew it was happening)
Yob/Acid King show last year
Meshuggah/Baroness last year

Shows I couldn't have attended (wasn't born or was too young to know)

Dave Mustaine era Metallica
Black Sabbath/Gentle Giant tour in '72(?)
Peace Sells era Megadeth
Any and all era Death
Blood Brothers circa 2006
Dead Kennedys circa '82
Electric Wizard's last US tour
Screaming Headless Torsos circa '95
Miles Davis circa '59
Charles Mingus circa '59
John Coltrane circa '65
Herbie Hancock circa '62
A Tribe Called Quest circa' 93
Chuck Berry in the early/mid 70's

MPF
06-29-2013, 08:56 PM
Frank Zappa- any era

Ommie
06-29-2013, 09:47 PM
Black Flag in '81.
Kyuss when they played to four people. :tongue:
A bunch of others.

ImmortalEmperor
06-29-2013, 11:06 PM
Frank Zappa- any era

This.

Also, Gary Moore in the 80's, Warren Zevon (at any point) and of course, without question, at the top of the list is Thin Lizzy with Phil.

TonyD
06-30-2013, 12:05 AM
Gigs I could've gone to but didn't for whatever reason

Loss/Worm Ouroboros show last year
Enslaved/Alcest in 2011
Cormorant gig at Slim's last year.
BTBAM/Devin/Cynic/STS tour
Isis farewell tour (this was before I knew their material, but I knew it was happening)
Yob/Acid King show last year
Meshuggah/Baroness last year

Shows I couldn't have attended (wasn't born or was too young to know)

Dave Mustaine era Metallica
Black Sabbath/Gentle Giant tour in '72(?)
Peace Sells era Megadeth
Any and all era Death
Blood Brothers circa 2006
Dead Kennedys circa '82
Electric Wizard's last US tour
Screaming Headless Torsos circa '95
Miles Davis circa '59
Charles Mingus circa '59
John Coltrane circa '65
Herbie Hancock circa '62
A Tribe Called Quest circa' 93
Chuck Berry in the early/mid 70's

Gentle fucking Giant