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Old 04-30-2014, 06:45 PM
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Sums up my thoughts pretty well. Barely care at all that the situation has resolved (and basically nothing has changed anyway).
Nothing changed at all, Geoff will keep doing the weird stuff he's been doing and the rest of the band will turn out passable albums.
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Neither I nor anyone else on here has said or thought they would headline like they did back in the early 90's.
Yes, you did. You said you expect them to headline 4000-6000 capacity venues again. That's the level they were at in the '90s.
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Yes, you did. You said you expect them to headline 4000-6000 capacity venues again. That's the level they were at in the '90s.
Yep I read that too, then again I also read that Tate's rhythm section bailed(which they didn't)
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Yes, you did. You said you expect them to headline 4000-6000 capacity venues again. That's the level they were at in the '90s.
Well, I do know they were doing much better than that on the Empire tour and selling out 15,000+ seat arenas and on the Promised Land tour, I thought they were playing to crowds of at least 10,000 and after that, they started to slip. If I'm wrong about that, then please let me know.
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The the final Tate tour they are playing a bar here lol
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The the final Tate tour they are playing a bar here lol
Wow. He's one of rock's all-time greats, he should be headlining at least theaters, if not small arenas.
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Wow. He's one of rock's all-time greats, he should be headlining at least theaters, if not small arenas.
Seriously the best thing he could do next, given that Judas Priest aren't touring properly anymore, and Maiden will be done touring for a while and just be working on their album soon, is actually do The Three Tremors. That might actually regain some of his notoriety.
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That's because in the 2000's they started to release shit albums and Tate started to become a problem. That is no longer the case so I'm holding on to the possibility that they will increase in popularity by at least double at the very least.
No, you're missing the point. They could release the best album since Mindcrime and the crowds aren't going to get that much bigger. The pool where they are drawing from is a small pool. It's like Saxon. Released their best work in 20 years, and played in front of 500 people every night. Because, frankly, nobody cares about Saxon, no matter how good or bad the albums are, and Queensryche is in that same boat. No more than 2000 people are going to see them in almost every market even if they put out friggin Abbey Road.
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No, you're missing the point. They could release the best album since Mindcrime and the crowds aren't going to get that much bigger. The pool where they are drawing from is a small pool. It's like Saxon. Released their best work in 20 years, and played in front of 500 people every night. Because, frankly, nobody cares about Saxon, no matter how good or bad the albums are, and Queensryche is in that same boat. No more than 2000 people are going to see them in almost every market even if they put out friggin Abbey Road.
Actually, I care about Saxon.
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