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    the kinks when i was 14...LOL
    it was still one of the best gigs ive been to though!
    if you can call it a gig....
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    Radiohead at Glasgow Green in June 2008. Great day all round as it was the last of school before the summer holidays as well.
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    first gig was... I think the used when I was 14.
    Best - Dream Theater 'Black Clouds and Silver Lining Tour', 2009, national forest (belgium)
    Worst - The Mars Volta, 2009, Rock Werchter(belgium). they used totally wrong choice on the voice effect. Guitarist was still awesome tho... plus I love their studio album!
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    System of A Down when I was about 13.
    Got knocked out but totally worth it in my opinion,still remains one of the best gigs I have ever been to...
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    Sophie Ellis Bextor at Wolverhampton Civic Hall. I was 11.
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    Take That the first time around with Robbie in it! 1993 with my Sister, cousin and sister's favourite nurse it was fantastic they were playing at Birmingham. Saw them again at old wembley 1995 with a charity make a wish foundation with my sister and met all 5!!! I am still a take that fan saw them again last year!
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    First gig with mumsie: Blazin Squad at 15 **** I know.
    First small gig:Jesse James Ska gig at Underworld (I was 18)
    First proper gig: Muse at Wembley(07) I was 18 ...................epic :sexface:
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    Dizzee rascal, 2009, I was 17 n the lil mofo cancelled!

    I went to party in the park when I was 14 though...dno if it counts
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    the rakes

    bit ****.
    2007
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    Justin Timberlake, I think I was 11. Maybe 10. I just don't know.
    I never even liked him but my best friend was a massive fan and her dad bought the tickets so.. went along for the day out. :awesome:
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    Blink 182 December 2003 Nottingham Arena, amazing.
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    The White Stripes
    In Blackpool
    I was 13
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    the fratellis, i must have been about 15
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    Hilary Duff in 2006.

    Lmao.
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    I've never been to a gig

    Unless you count the X Factor live tour a couple of years ago D: That was dyer! :lol:
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    I'm a bit of a late developer; my first will be when I see Lamb of God in three weeks or so.
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    Good Shoes - Chinnerys' 2004, I think
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    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    I'm a bit of a late developer; my first will be when I see Lamb of God in three weeks or so.
    Will be a gig you will not forget.
    I saw them at Sonisphere last year and they were amazing.
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    Truthfully - Steps when I was about 9-ish. Went with my mum. LAME.

    First gig I went to on my own was Unholy Alliance in 2004. Little Goffick kid stood in a crowd of Slayer fans all shouting the C-word at everyone else. First time I saw Slipknot; only time I've seen Slayer, Mastodon and Hatebreed. Not something I'd do again - prefer going to smaller gigs now; the smaller the venue, the better.
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    AFI in 2006
 
 
 
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