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Old 12-08-2011, 07:45 PM
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What boggles my mind is your disdain for Warbringer, but that you dig Bryan Adams. Just shows how metalheads have the most unique taste in music!!
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Old 12-09-2011, 12:47 AM
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What boggles my mind is your disdain for Warbringer, but that you dig Bryan Adams. Just shows how metalheads have the most unique taste in music!!
What's odd about that? They're completely different. What should confuse you is that I like Exodus, Death Angel, and all the other bands Warbringer rip off.

Although, Warbringer are bad performers with awful songs and an irritating moron for a frontman. At least Exodus are only guilty of the last one
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Old 12-09-2011, 01:20 AM
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Can't say Bryan Adams is my favorite artist. but damn, he knows how to write damn good songs.

Quite the setlist as well.
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Old 12-09-2011, 03:43 AM
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I was there too Andy. Mother-in-law is a big fan so we took her for her Birthday.

I liked Reckless when I was younger but never got along with Waking Up The Neighbours and anything after. Same with show last night for me, though I appreciate those that do like that era got a great show. I have to say his voice was fantastic throughout, particularly impressive given how little he pauses during the set.

Glad to have ticked off seing Run To You live.

Oh and the guy who made the donation to do guest vocals during When You're Gone was hysterical! You could see Bryan wasn't expecting the falsetto, though he dropped him in it when he asked him what he did for a living and he told us he was an investment banker drawing boo's, hehe!
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I liked Reckless when I was younger but never got along with Waking Up The Neighbours and anything after. Same with show last night for me, though I appreciate those that do like that era got a great show. I have to say his voice was fantastic throughout, particularly impressive given how little he pauses during the set.
I like Reckless too, but I'm not a massive fan of the stuff before it. I basically really enjoy Reckless through On A Day Like Today, but not really before and after that period. 'Waking Up The Neighbours' best tracks aren't the singles, that's for sure. 'Don't Drop That Bomb On Me' will always be my favourite BA song, and probably one of my favourite songs period. Still a bit disappointed he left that one out. 'Not Guilty' is another great one off that disc he didn't do.

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Oh and the guy who made the donation to do guest vocals during When You're Gone was hysterical! You could see Bryan wasn't expecting the falsetto, though he dropped him in it when he asked him what he did for a living and he told us he was an investment banker drawing boo's, hehe!
That was great, but much better than I've seen it before. On the two occasions I've seen Bryan before, one time he actually got Melanie Chisholm to do it, like the recorded version, and another time they used a spotlight to pick a random girl from the audience. Inevitable disaster followed.
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I saw Bryan Adams open for Def Leppard and I went in thinking it would suck and it was actually very enjoyable. I must say his guitar player is quite good live!
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Old 12-09-2011, 06:54 AM
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I saw Bryan Adams open for Def Leppard and I went in thinking it would suck and it was actually very enjoyable. I must say his guitar player is quite good live!
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My girlfriend went to this and said he was amazing lol
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At least Exodus are only guilty of the last one
You may not like Rob, but he is not a moron.

I saw Bryan Adams 9/15/1985 at MSG, a night after seeing AC/DC and Yngwie at the Meadowlands Arena. He was awesome.
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What's odd about that? They're completely different. What should confuse you is that I like Exodus, Death Angel, and all the other bands Warbringer rip off.

Although, Warbringer are bad performers with awful songs and an irritating moron for a frontman. At least Exodus are only guilty of the last one
I fucking hate Warbringer
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