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Big Bands you've seen live watch

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    Bands You have seen live:

    The Offspring: 2004/2009
    Green Day: 2005
    Neil Young: 2008/2009 - Favourite Artist
    Seasick Steve: 2009
    Alabama 3: 2008
    The Levellers: 2004/2008/2008
    Status Quo: 2010
    Super Furry Animals: 2009
    I am Kloot: 2009
    Stevie Winwood: 2009
    James: 2010
    The Pigeon Detectives: 2010
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    The beatles 2011
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    Oasis, Kasabian, Stone Roses, Joy Division, 808 State, and erm Eminem
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    I've only been to one proper live concert, Bon Jovi last summer at the O2.
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    Placebo, Rammstein, Slipknot, MSI, Machine Head, Children of Bodom, Muse, Serj Tankian, Bon Jovi, Elbow... and many more I can't remember right now. I love a good gig.
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    Seriously? Neil Young? He's my dad's favourite artist but I just don't get it. He can't sing.

    I guess if by big, you mean popular (although I've never heard of like half your list) then here's my list:

    SlipKnot
    Paramore
    Def Leppard
    ZZ Top
    Whitesnake
    Faith No More
    Motley Crue
    Pendulum (x2)
    The Prodigy
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    Saw REM in Hyde Park a few years ago which was epic. Seen Oasis as well and Michael Jackson on his History tour. I reckon he's probably the most famous I've seen live.
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    (Original post by 69Crazyfists)
    Seriously? Neil Young? He's my dad's favourite artist but I just don't get it. He can't sing.
    Are you KIDDING???? He has one of the most amazing voices I have ever heard in my life!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVC2cszdTao He sounds better NOW than he did here, 40 years ago!

    His electric stuff is insane too, after all he was the one who came up with "its better to burn out than fade away"
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    Coheed and Cambria x5 (I used to love them, not so much now)
    Sparta
    ... Trail of Dead x2
    Hell is for Heroes x3
    The Music
    Rival Schools
    Jimmy Eat World
    The Offspring
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC4Xl...el_video_title I was there for this one!
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    (Original post by Landie_Man)
    Are you KIDDING???? He has one of the most amazing voices I have ever heard in my life!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVC2cszdTao He sounds better NOW than he did here, 40 years ago!

    His electric stuff is insane too, after all he was the one who came up with "its better to burn out than fade away"
    You've basically reinforced my opinion. Not that I heard anything new in that video. My dad has all his live stuff so I know exactly what he sounds like.

    Also his voice is so high that any 'grunge' he did just sounds hilarious.
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    Oasis, Kasabian, The Enemy, Echo & The Bunnymen, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, The Who, The Charlatans and lots of smaller bands hardly anyone would have heard of.
 
 
 
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