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Old 11-15-2009, 04:20 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Adam ruined a Zeppelin classic.....

I can't stand that @$$hole
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Old 11-15-2009, 05:50 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Sonic Youth ca. 1985

The band was trying desperately to break into the European market and had their very first show with a bunch of promotional head fucks in attendance. Midway through the show Thurston's mike & amp shat out on him. He finished the performance by knocking over the kick drum and shouting about how shitty British culture was.

Needless to say the press loved them.
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:00 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm only 15, but the greatest live performance I saw in person was this:



It was incredible...
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Old 11-15-2009, 11:33 PM   #14 (permalink)
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As a kid I remembered Whitney Houston's national anthem singing. The only disappointing part was when my Bills lost their first of 4 consecutive Super Bowls. The other performances?? eh

Here are some I like

Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer - SNL - 1975

Not the first SNL musical guest (Janis Ian), but the second. They premiered their first original song in 5 years. Pretty good performance



Elvis Presley comeback special - 1968

Surprised this wasn't on the list



Elton John, Axel Rose, Queen - Freddy Mercury Tribute Concert - 1992

Great pairing of vocalist backed by an awesome band. RIP Freddie

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I'm only 15, but the greatest live performance I saw in person was this:



It was incredible...
Is that your ONLY concert? Trust me you'll hopefully be to many more that are a lot better than Adam Lambert.
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Is that your ONLY concert? Trust me you'll hopefully be to many more that are a lot better than Adam Lambert.
I've been to Bruce Springsteen, DMB Concert, and some others, but this was definitely the most exciting. Voice, visuals, dancing...that's what I'm into. I'm just bringing a younger perspective to this thread...
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I've been to Bruce Springsteen, DMB Concert, and some others, but this was definitely the most exciting. Voice, visuals, dancing...that's what I'm into. I'm just bringing a younger perspective to this thread...

hopefully you'll grow out of that...
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I've been to Bruce Springsteen, DMB Concert, and some others, but this was definitely the most exciting. Voice, visuals, dancing...that's what I'm into. I'm just bringing a younger perspective to this thread...
How old are you, then? I'm fourteen and I wouldn't see an Adam Lambert concert if I got paid to, and I'm not even the youngest guy here.
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How old are you, then? I'm fourteen and I wouldn't see an Adam Lambert concert if I got paid to, and I'm not even the youngest guy here.
We're in a recession so depending on how much I got paid, I may think about it...jk
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How old are you, then? I'm fourteen and I wouldn't see an Adam Lambert concert if I got paid to, and I'm not even the youngest guy here.
A younger *female perspective...
I see why there aren't many...
You're not the most welcoming bunch. I'll let you get back to your ~cool music.
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