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The WHO @ SuperBowl XLIV watch

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    For those who are interested;





    And an acoustic performance! :drool:




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    I saw it live, and to be honest, was disappointed.

    It was good to see them but Roger simply cannot sing anymore.
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    Lovin' that harmonica part

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    that's a hint Roger
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    It was alright, didn't seem very loud.

    Everything will forever be compared to Michael Jackason's 1993 SuperBowl performance which set the benchmark and will never be beaten thanks to legendary status and more production value than the entire SuperBowl itself.


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    I think it totally sucked, at one point they were out of time and the sound quality and atmosphere were rubbish too.
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    (Original post by Trouser Snake)
    Everything will forever be compared to Michael Jackason's 1993 SuperBowl performance which set the benchmark and will never be beaten thanks to legendary status and more production value than the entire SuperBowl itself.
    It's true, that was a pretty awesome show by any standards, let alone a half time show.

    The Who did ok I guess, but certainly aren't in top form any more. Having said that, the crowd didn't seem too bothered by that fact and enjoyed it all the same.
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    Bruce Springsteen performance > All





    ...but I enjoyed the Who aswell
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    They nailed it.

    The best I have seen had to be Prince then Springsteen.
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    Now they shall forever make me think of
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    (Original post by Seanisonfire)
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    Brilliant!
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    nothing on tom petty. he lead the giants to victory. that was a real superbowl.
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    (Original post by JAKstriked)
    nothing on tom petty. he lead the giants to victory. that was a real superbowl.
    I thought the Who were really good, especially Baby O'Riley and Wont Get Fooled Again, I expected My Generation too but they didnt play it.

    To say it was only a quick 12 minute set I think they sounded fine.

    Tom Petty was really good a couple of years ago, but I thought the Who were better than Springsteen last year.

    The half time show is pretty much the only reason I watch the Superbowl, American Football seems to be lots of men running around in different directions, I just dont know where to look.
 
 
 
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