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Old 07-15-2007, 07:20 AM
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Wow , the closest thing I've had was Robert Plan solo, you've had the real thing :up:


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Yes! My first concert ever way back in high school! What a way to break my concert cherry
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Old 07-15-2007, 01:43 PM
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Maylene and The Sons of Disaster
Haste the Day
Copeland
Cursive
These Arms Are Snakes
Five Horse Johnson
Dub Trio
Heavy Heavy Low Low(x2)
The Number 12 Looks Like You
Amon Amarth
Every Time I Die(x2)
Shadows Fall
The Receving End of Sirens
Weird Al
Mastodon(x2)
Killswitch Engage
Slayer
Wildhearts
The Darkness
The Cult
Rise Against
Silverstein
Comeback Kid
Bangkok Five
Megadeth(x2)
Dream Theater
Fear Factory(x2)
The Dillinger Escape Plan
Nevermore
Life Of Agony
Symphony X
Dry Kill Logic
Bobaflex(x2)
Lamb Of God
Opeth(x2)
Arch Enemy
Overkill
Into Eternity
Sanctity
The SmashUp
Hellogoodbye
Thursday
Helmet
Against Me!(x2)
Valient Thorr
Underoath(x2)
System of a Down
Disturbed
Lacuna Coil(x2)
DragonForce
Atreyu
Unearth(x2)
Bleeding Through
Norma Jean(x5)
Necro
Darkest Hour
The Acacia Strain
The Devil Wears Prada
A Life Once Lost(x2)
The Red Chord(x2)
Walls of Jericho(x2)
Strapping Young Lad(x3)
All That Remains(x2)
Full Blown Chaos(x2)
Between the Buried and Me(x2)
Bad Acid Trip
Fear Before the March of Flames
Misery Signals
Chris Isaak
Trivium(x3)
In Flames(x2)
Devildriver
Zao
Soilwork
Darkane
Chimaira(x2)
Throwdown
GWAR(x2)
High on Fire
Madball
Morbid Angel
Behemoth(x2)
Despised Icon
Krisiun
Clutch(x3)
Dashboard Confessional
Say Anything
Skindred(x4)
Korn
10,000 Years
Rob Zombie
Bullet For My Valletine
Judas Priest
Queensryche
Audioslave
Seether
Finch
30 Seconds to Mars
HIM
As I Lay Dying(x2)
Cannibal Corpse
Terror
The Black Dahlia Murder
The Chariot(x2)
Through The Eyes Of The Dead
Evergreen Terrace
HORSE the Band(x3)
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2005:

Sunday 2nd October
CKY & Clutch
support from Viking Skull
ABC, Glasgow

2006:

Wednesday 15th March
Avenged Sevenfold

with support from Bullets & Octane, Dear & Departed
ABC, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Friday 24th March
In Flames & Sepultura

with support from Dagoba
Barrowlands, Glasgow

Tuesday 18th April
Story Of The Year

with support from Strech Arm Strong, Bleed The Dream
ABC, Glasgow

Wednesday 31st May
Funeral For A Friend

with support from Fightstar, think:Fire
Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
SOLD OUT

Sunday 11th June
Tool

no support
Carling Academy, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Saturday and Sunday 8th-9th July
T in the Park festival

Headliners: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who
Also saw: Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs, Placebo, Maximo Park, Wolfmother, Bell X1, Humanzi, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, We Are Scientists, The Delays, Proclaimers, Fightstar, The Spinto Band, The Upper Room
Balado Park, Kinross
SOLD OUT

Thursday 24th August
Muse

with support from My Chemical Romance
Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh

Friday 25th August
Rolling Stones

with support from The Charlatans
Hampden Park, Glasgow

Saturday 30th September
Disturbed

with support from Nevermore, The Zico Chain
Barrowlands, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Thursday 2nd November
Unholy Alliance

Headliner: Slayer
Also saw: In Flames, Lamb Of God, Children Of Bodom, Thine Eyes Bleed
SECC Hall 5, Glasgow

Saturday 4th November
Motorhead

with support from Clutch, Crucify Barbara
Carling Academy, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Saturday 25th November
Tool

with support from Mastodon
SECC Hall 4, Glasgow

Friday 15th December
Iron Maiden

with support from Trivium, Lauren Harris
SECC Hall 4, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

2007:

Sunday 25th February
Bleeding Through

with support from Caliban, All Shall Perish, I Killed The Prom Queen
Garage, Glasgow

Thursday 1st March
Nine Inch Nails

with support from Ladytron
Carling Academy, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8th-10th June
Download Festival

Headliners: KoRn, Motley Crue, Iron Maiden
Also saw: Velvet Revolver, Wolfmother, Dragonforce, Megadeth, Turbonegro, Ill Nino, Anj, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, Machine Head, Bowling For Soup, Anathema, As I Lay Dying, Bring Me The Horizon, Shadows Fall, Hell Yeah!, Turisas, Dream Theater, Dimmu Borgir, Within Temptation, Stone Sour, Lamb Of God, Devildriver, Papa Roach, Chimaira, Reuben, Eyelash
Donington Park, Derby

Tuesday 12th June
Megadeth

with support from Priestess
Barrowlands, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Saturday & Sunday 8th & 9th July
T in the Park festival

Headliners: The Killers, Queens Of The Stone Age
Also saw: The Klaxons, Amy MacDonald, Arcade Fire, Dizee Rascal, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Editors, The Horrors, Kings Of Leon, Biffy Clyro, Wu Tang Clan, The Bravery, The Maccabess, Union Of Knives
Balado Park, Kinross
SOLD OUT

Tuesday 21st August
Foo Fighters

with support from Nine Inch Nails, Silversun Pickups
Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh

Thursday 23rd August
Red Hot Chili Peppers

with support from Biffy Clyro
Hampden Park, Glasgow
SOLD OUT

Sunday 23rd September
Incubus

with support from Puggy
SECC Hall 4, Glasgow

Saturday 6th October
Soilwork

with support from Dark Tranquility, Caliban and Sonic Syndicate
Garage, Glasgow

Tuesday 6th November
Heaven & Hell

with support from Lamb Of God, Iced Earth
SECC Hall 4, Glasgow

2008:


Saturday 2nd February
Dividing The Line

with local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Saturday 9th February
Queens Of The Stone Age

with support from In Case Of Fire
Corn Exchange, Edinburgh

Monday 11th February
Kiss Kiss Baby

with local support
The Ark, Edinburgh

Friday 15th February
Dillinger Escape Plan

with support from Between The Buried And Me and Stolen Babies
Cathouse, Glasgow

Friday 21st March
As I Lay Dying

with support from Glamour Of The Kill and My Minds Weapon
Moshulu, Aberdeen

Tuesday 1st April
Eternal Lord

with support from The Threat Remains and local support
Ivory Blacks, Glasgow

Wednesday 16th April
Dividing The Line

with support from All Forgotten, The Elijah and local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Thursday 24th April
Arch Enemy

with support from Opeth, Devildriver and 3 Inches Of Blood
Barrowlands, Glasgow

Friday 25th April
My Minds Weapon

with support from Fell Silent and local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Sunday 1st June
My Minds Weapon

with local support
The Hive, Edinburgh

Thursday 5th June
You And What Army

with local support
The Hive, Edinburgh

Wednesday 11th June
Warbringer

with support from Gama Bomb, Soundshok and local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Saturday 14th June
The Exploited

with support from Man Of The Hour and local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Saturday 28th June
Hard Rock Calling

Headliner: Eric Clapton
Also saw: Steve Boyce Band, Robert Randolf and the family band, Jason Mraz, John Mayer, Sheryl Crow
Hyde Park, London

Monday 30th June
Bleed From Within

with local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Saturday 5th July
Think:Fire

with local support
Studio 24, Edinburgh

Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11th-13th July
T in the Park festival

Headliners: Chemical Brothers, Rage Against The Machine, The Prodigy
Also Saw: Newton Faulkner, KT Tunstall, Feeder, Dubfire, The Stranglers, Will Young, Alabama 3, Biffy Clyro, The Kooks, The Fratellis, Mindless Self Indulgence, The Robbers, The Hoosiers, Goo Goo Dolls, DJ Hell, Justice, Hot Chip



Venue capacities:

Garage, Glasgow - 800
ABC, Glasgow - 1200
Barrowlands, Glasgow - 1900
Carling Academy, Glasgow - 2500
Corn Exchange, Edinburgh - 3000
SECC Hall 5, Glasgow - 6000
SECC Hall 4, Glasgow - 10000
Meadowbank, Edinburgh - 30000
T in the Park 2006 - 70000
T in the Park 2007 - 80000
Download Festival 2007 - 80000

Checked all the above out online, official figures, just to give you an approximation of what sort of size im of venues the bands i've seen are at.
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Old 07-16-2007, 12:51 AM
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Saturday and Sunday 8th-9th July
T in the Park festival

Headliners: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who
Also saw: Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs, Placebo, Maximo Park, Wolfmother, Bell X1, Humanzi, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, We Are Scientists, The Delays, Proclaimers, Fightstar, The Spinto Band, The Upper Room
Balado Park, Kinross
SOLD OUT

Saturday & Sunday 8th & 9th July
T in the Park festival

Headliners: The Killers, Queens Of The Stone Age
Also saw: The Klaxons, Amy MacDonald, Arcade Fire, Dizee Rascal, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Editors, The Horrors, Kings Of Leon, Biffy Clyro, Wu Tang Clan, The Bravery, The Maccabess, Union Of Knives
Balado Park, Kinross
SOLD OUT
Eeew! and Eeew!

I wouldn't wish either of those on anyone!
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Old 07-16-2007, 12:59 AM
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Eeew! and Eeew!

I wouldn't wish either of those on anyone!
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Old 07-16-2007, 02:20 AM
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Eeew! and Eeew!

I wouldn't wish either of those on anyone!
I paid to see Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Who for the first, and got free tickets to the second
It was good fun to both anyway
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I think fans should only have to pay 1/15th of the ticket price to an RHCP concert.

They only wrote one song and play it 15 times a night. It's only fair.
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Eeew! and Eeew!

I wouldn't wish either of those on anyone!
They're both better than everything on your upcoming shows list.
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Old 07-16-2007, 06:55 AM
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They're both better than everything on your upcoming shows list.
A load of indie and pop is better than Heaven And Hell, Candlemass, and two prog-metal bands who have both outclassed Dream Theater for several years running?

Are you on the right website?
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Van Halen
With Roth I'm assuming?
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